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J 1 Extensions Dependent Spouses
Do you have a J-1 exchange visitor visa to the US? Are you the dependent spouse of a J-1 exchange visitor? You may be interested in extending your stay in the US. The US Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, provides information on its web site about extensions. You must pay close attention ... Read more

J Visa Waiver FAQ
Do you have a J-1 exchange visitor visa to the US? You may be subject to a foreign residence requirement once your exchange visitor program is over. The US Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, provides information on its website about the residence requirement. You may be able to get this ... Read more

B 1 and B 2 Visa FAQ
Are you a citizen of a foreign country? Do you want to visit the US temporarily for business or pleasure? You'll need a visitor visa. The US Department of State provides information on its website about acquiring a visa. You must pay close attention to all the various requirements. Here are answers to ... Read more

Employment Based Visa FAQ
Are you a citizen of a foreign country? Do you want to come to the US for employment reasons? You'll need a visa. The US Department of State provides information on its website about acquiring employment-based immigrant visas. You must pay close attention to all the various requirements. Here are answers ... Read more

J and Q Visa FAQ
Are you a citizen of a foreign country? Would you like to visit the US in an exchange program? You'll need a visa. The US Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, provides information on its website about acquiring an exchange visa. You must pay close attention to all the various requirements. ... Read more

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It will depend upon the exact circumstances. If the alien can establish he/she did not intend to marry at the time of entry, the application for adjustment of status should be approved assuming he/she ...Read more

Since your wife did not complete the required service under the Conrad 30 program she is again subject to the two-year home residency requirement. I have handled many home residency requirement waiver ...Read more

There is no maximum wait time. The time you will wait is dictated by visa availability. You will wait approximately 18-24 months for a visa to be available in the F2A category. You can read more about ...Read more

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Our Articles on Recent BIA Precedent Decisions

The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) is the highest administrative body for interpreting immigration laws. Although most of the Board’s decisions are not for precedent, the Board periodically ... Read more

DHS publishes final STEM OPT rules

INTRODUCTION: NEW STEM OPT RULES On March 10, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a new final rule for STEM optional practical training (OPT) extensions [see rule: 81 FR 130 ... Read more

The Executive Ex Pat Agreement: A Checklist of Ex-Pat Specific Possible Terms

Expatriate (Ex Pat) agreements vary from company to company and from location to location, and are often tailored to the circumstances and specific needs of the executive. Below is a checklist of poss ... Read more

New Rules Regarding Teacher Category of Exchange Visitor Program

The Department of State (DOS) finalized a new rule amending existing regulations governing the Teacher category of the Exchange Visitor Program (J visas). The rule was proposed on May 2, 2013 and fina ... Read more

USCIS Receipt Numbers

When the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) receives an application or petition, it assigns it a 13-character USCIS receipt number on the Form I-797C, Notice of Action. The USC ... Read more

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