I have graduated from college in the US years ago and am a UK resident
CPT is only available while still in school and OPT must be requested during the last 90 days of your F-1 status.See question
I am applying for N-400 and has two trips outside the country in 2012 and 2013 lasted more than 6 months and less than a year, within the last 5 years I have met more than the 50% residency requirements approximately 1000 days present and 820 day...
The absences of more than 6 months/ less than a year create a presumption that you have failed to meet the continuous residence requirement, even if you meet the 50% plus requirement. Meet with a lawyer.See question
"Have You Ever Been Refused a U.S. Visa, been refused admission to the United States, or withdrawn your application for admission at the point of entry?" Does a rejection of the H1B in the lottery count as refused a US Visa?
No. That is not a visa refusal, but merely bad luck.See question
I have been granted a visa with B1 stamped and an annotation of the company and state I will be visiting. My business trip will last 10 days. But I intend to travel interstate by land to visit a friend for a few days after that.I made arrangements...
If only for a few days and in addition to the stated purpose of the business trip being accomplished, that should not be a problem, as long as within your period of admission. Any lengthier stay would require an application for a change and extension of status.See question
Im Japanese citizen . I have passport and I-20& I-94 & travel endoecement sigh from dos of my current school .
You should not depart the territorial US without a VISA in your passport to allow you to return safely.See question
I only have < 11 months left on my 6th year on H1B visa. I do not have my I-140. My company had filed for my labor, but let me go before I got my I-140. Currently, I am on B2. Now, I was always thinking of getting a MBA degree (I already have a MS...
There are many problems with the set of facts presented. Consult with an attorney.See question
I came to the US on an F-1 visa and have been studying here for three semesters. I was supposed to continue taking classes this Fall but I never did. Does this mean I'm currently out of status? What should I put for "Current USCIS status" and what...
Yes, this means that you are currently out of status. However, since you are applying for adjustment of status, you are now an "Applicant for adjustment of status."See question
Hi, If I move from H1B visa to F1 visa, can I move back to the H1B without being subject to annual cap after one year?
Possibly. This depends on whether you would be eligible for six-uninterrupted years of H-1B status at this point and other factors.See question
I applied for an immigrant visa for my brother in 2006 and was approved but am afraid that by the time his green card becomes available his daughter might be over 21. Is there any way that she can accompny her family after she is 21.
Only if she is saved by application of the Child Status Protection Act.See question
can we take some legal action against that vendor as he tried fake Immigration documents and also because of this we lost a client, please let me know how can I move further legally on this, I have email from his recruiter with fake H-1B copy atta...
You could notify the USCIS of the wrongful activity and the vendor could be debarred from filing H-1B petitions in the future, among other penalties.See question