The visa will be available to the soon-to-be-spouse when it is placed in the passport. Some consulates ask for the passport and return it asap while others delay a few days in issuance of the visa.See question
New Job starts 2nd week of January. Have to give notice to current Job on Christmas weeks so that its 2 weeks notice. I am a Canadian and getting a new TN for new Job. Can I get the TN now or should I wait until the last week to get the TN
You need to meet all of the set requirements under the NAFTA/TN regulations to secure the TN visa. The officers at the border are very particular on the required documentation and usually they have a designated officer who has knowledge of all requirements that will examine the TN applications as it is done without an interview at the border.See question
I successfully completed the ARD program ( this is NOT) for a DUI) back in 2010, and my record was expunged. I have not been in any trouble since. I just want to be sure I can legally say no when asked if I have a criminal record when entering Can...
You need to start the process by reviewing the process of Canadian entry with a criminal charge history: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/guides/5312ETOC.aspSee question
I am on supervised misdemeanor probation in ga. I live in tennessee. I was recently arrested in tn for simple possession.
Are you a Canadian national? If not, you will likely denied entry as the police in both countries share information. Also, most US States and Canadian Provinces have means to secure arrests for absconding. A lot goes to whether the State wants to spend the cost but rest assured the name will be placed in the systemSee question
I am planning on going to Canada for a vacation this month. I have 2 misdemeanors on my record. One for driving with a suspended license the other for not cooperating with a police officer. Nothing related to drinking while driving. They both happ...
Start by reviewing the below website http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/guides/5312ETOC.asp
You may need a Entry Permit if you cannot get a Rehabilitation Waiver.See question
I have a negligent driving on my record and it's been two years. Can I go into Canada with that on my record?
You will likely need to secure an Entry Permit as it likely is not long enough for Rehabilitation Waiver.
Canada and US share all criminal records through a Bilateral agreement.
Hello, I have applied for U-Visa in feb 2015 and gave biometrics in march, form then I didn't receive any update or information regarding the case. Generally how much time does it takes after biometrics and what will be the status? Can anyone plea...
Your only option is to contact the Unit at the Vermont Center and leave a message. They will get back to you within 3 days and likely the agent who has your case will reply. The T/U/VAWA unit is one of the best USCIS groups out there and they will assist.See question
I am H1-B Candidate with I-140 approved. I have my wife on H4 EAD working as well. I am planning to join Army which would offer expedited US Citizenship. I learned that I have to file for my wife's Greencard which I am OK with. What happens to my ...
You should start by examining the MAVNI rules and the process of securing US Citizenship based on 1 day of active duty during wartime. Good luck.See question
I submit my N400 under 319b and check got cash a week ago.is that means my application is approved?what is next step I have wait for and when will, be my biometric.
It means that the package was received and the N400 appears to have the basic requirements as set in the Instructions. It means nothing in relation to the success of the application.See question
I-539 COS H1-H4, My wife has applied for COS and the application(I-539) has reached lockbox facility on Dec 23rd. Didn't include G-1145 form while sending I-539 form to get email notifications. She wants to resign job but not sure about the timin...
I agree that she should wait for the receipt as there are many reasons why a lock box center could deny the package and return.See question