A person begins to accrue unlawful presence in the US if a person remains in the US after his or her I-94 card expires.
A person is out of status because they haven't maintained the terms of their... more
Investor Visas for people from qualifying countries through the "E-1" or "E-2" Visa Process..
For a List of E-1 & E-2 Visa Qualifying Countries See: http://france.usembassy.gov/e-countries.html.... more
What is a B Visa and Who Qualifies?.
The B1 and B2 nonimmigrant category is classified as B-1 for business visitors and B-2 for tourism visitors.
To be eligible for a visitor visa, you would need... more
Immigrants assume that if their employer is sponsoring their application, there is no need for another immigration attorney. Often they are afraid of having to pay high fees to get their questions... more
The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) enables nationals of 36 participating countries to travel to the United States for tourism or business (visitor visa purposes only) for stays of 90 days or less without... more
The H-1B visa is designed to attract highly skilled professionals
in a specialty occupation to work in the U.S. on a temporary basis. In an
H-1B application process, the employer is the petitioner,... more
Lately, I have had an increased number of inquiries on this very issue.So I figured, now is as good as time as ever to briefly re-visit this issue for the benefit of my readership. Certain kinds of "... more
Visas: Everywhere You Want to Be?
A visa is a legal document that a foreign national gets at a U.S. embassy or consulate overseas. The visa is printed onto the foreign nationals passport or travel... more
Ifyou need to come to the U.S. do some type of missionary work and
you are not going to work for a US based religious organization, the B-1
business visitor's Visa is usually the proper visa. This... more