Legal Advice for Visa Waiver — 17 results
Written by attorney Alexander Segal, over 1 year ago.
There are circumstances when the applicant is not interested in pursuing immigration purposes and needs to visit the United States for business related purposes; to attend a conference or... more
Written by attorney C. C. Abbott, about 3 years ago.
In 1986 the US Cogress passed legislation creating the Visa Waiver Program to enable citizens from specific countries to be able to travel to the United States as a nonimmigrant to remain... more
Written by attorney Gregory Sheehan, about 3 years ago.
The Visa Waiver Program removes the requirement of Consular processing in some situations to promote United States tourism. The procedure is replaced with an online application system.... more
Written by attorney JohnPaul Callan, 7 months ago.
A J exchange visitor who is subject to the Section 212(e) home residency requirement may request a waiver of this requirement. The U.S. Department of State or U.S. Citizenship and... more
Written by attorney Catherine Brown, over 2 years ago.
What Is ESTA and How Does it Work?
ESTA - the Electronic System for Travel Authorization - is a security enhancement system for those coming from Visa Waiver countries to determine... more
Written by attorney Gary Chodorow, about 1 year ago.
Taiwanese will be eligible to visit the U.S. visa-free for up to 90 days for business or tourism beginning November 1, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced.... more
Written by attorney Moses Apsan, over 3 years ago.
If you have
violated the US immigration laws and want to enter the US with a non-immigrant
visa there may be a waiver available. The section of the Immigration and Nationality Act (I.N.A.)... more
Written by attorney Christopher Ariano, almost 4 years ago.
If you are found inadmissible a visa waiver will be necessary in order for you to enter the United States. A visa applicant can be determined to be inadmissible for a number of reasons. The... more
Written by attorney Thomas Esparza, about 4 years ago.
Visa Waiver Program
Travelers coming to the U.S. for tourism or business for 90 days or less from qualified countries may be eligible to visit the U.S. without a visa if they meet the visa... more
Written by attorney Ruby Powers, about 2 years ago.
As of June 4, 2012, the filing processing and adjudication of Forms I-601 and Forms I-212 will be centralized domestically. These forms must be filed by mail to the USCIS Phoenix Lockbox in... more