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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

Haitians in US Illegally Can Stay Temporarily
It didn't take long for relief efforts to begin after an earthquake nearly destroyed Haiti in early 2010. Countries around the globe answered the calls for help. In the US, citizens set records for money donations; US businesses sent food and medicine; and the federal government sent military and ... READ MORE

Temporary Trainee H-3 Visas
The H-3 visa is a temporary trainee visa that allows individuals to come to the United States for on-the-job training provided by a US company. The training must be of a type that isn't available in the applicant's home country. The training must be at a company, and not a school. Also, the H-3 visa ... READ MORE

Transit C Visa
Hundreds if not thousands of citizens from other countries come to the US every day. Some of them enter the country illegally. Some come in the hopes of starting a new life and raising a family in America as naturalized citizens. Others come to study at a university or college for a few years. Many foreign ... READ MORE

Treaty Investor (E-2) Visas - Process to Obtain
The United States has various treaties of commerce and navigation with other countries. When nationals of these countries visit the US to invest a substantial amount of capital in an enterprise that they will develop and direct, they are given an E-2 treaty investor visa. Applying for E-2 Visa To obtain ... READ MORE

Treaty Trader (E-1) Visas - Eligibility
Nationals of countries that have treaties designed to promote trade and investment between the US and the other country can obtain visas to work in the US. These visas are called E-visas. There are two types of E visas, E-1 Treaty Trader and E-2 Treaty Investor. This article discusses the E-1 visa. E-1 ... READ MORE

 

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Exchange of Letters Between California Chief Justice and DOJ/DHS…

INTRODUCTION In this post, we will examine an exchange of letters between the Chief Justice of California (State courts), the Attorney General. and the Secretary of Homeland Security. The exchange reg ... Read more

DOS Withdraws Proposed Rule From September 2016 on Hague Convention…

On September 8, 2016, the Department of State (DOS) published in the Federal Register a notice of proposed rulemaking regarding amendments to DOS regulations implementing the 1993 Hague Convention on ... Read more

Potomac Service Center to Begin Handling Corrections to EADs Issued…

In a post dated April 3, 2017, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that beginning on April 17, 2017, the Potomac Service Center will begin handling corrections to ... Read more

Secretary Kelly Reports Sharp Decline in Apprehensions at the Southwest…

INTRODUCTION On April 5, 2017, the Secretary of Homeland Security, John F. Kelly, issued written testimony for a Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental affairs hearing titled “Im ... Read more

CSPAN to Air Oral Arguments in Hawaii v.Trump on May 15 (Travel Order Case)

On April 24, 2017, Olivia Beavers of The Hill reported that the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit granted C-SPAN permission to broadcast live coverage of arguments in Hawaii v. Trum ... Read more

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