I am a PhD student studying at a university in Illinois. I have Canadian citizenship. Although it will be good to found my company in US, that is not necessary. I can found my company in Canada or in any country. What is necessary is marke...
Even if the company is founded in Canada, if you do any work, albeit only management, you will be violating your F-1 visa.
Talk to an attorney in private via Skype to learn more about the dos and don'ts of the F.See question
Hi I am waiting for my asylum interview in California. The interview will occur in 2 years approx. While waiting for the interview I am working for a US company with my work permit (asylum based). The employer wants to apply to EB2 for me. Can I ...
Here's the problem ... you appear to have violated, or have expired, whatever 'underlying' non-immigrant visa you had.
This makes it super difficult, if not impossible, for you to 'adjust status' to an EB-2 greencard.
Meet with the employer and an immigration attorney to clarify/confirm.See question
Two partners intend to invest in a U.S. company on a fifty fifty basis. They are both from the same country which has an agreement for investor visas with the U.S. Can they both get E-2 investor visas through the same company?
This is very difficult to do ... but not impossible.
Talk to an attorney via Skype to explore things further.See question
I am planning on doing a 9 month certificate program in UCLA Extension, it qualifys for a F-1 visa and for OPT. I have already graduated from SMC with AA degree few years ago and done OPT then. Does this mean I can't get OPT anymore after finishin...
My guess is that the answer will be no.
Talk to the DSO .. .he/she is in control of your SEVIS.See question
i am on J2 with EAD currently employed. My EAD expires 08/28. My employer filed COS to H1B Under premium processing (I612 already approved). While pending can i continue working from 08/29 or do i need to leave US?
Yes, you can stay.
No, you can not work after 8/28 ... you need to wait for the actual approval.
No, you don't have to leave the US .. you just can't work.
Thus, you'll probably be taking a few days off at the beginning of next week.
Keep in touch with the company lawyer, he/she usually gets an e-mail approval before anyone else.See question
Im h4 visa holder from India. I have demat ac and trading ac in india. Can i do trading/invest in indian stock market?
You can do whatever you want back home ... as long as you're not using a US-based computer or telephone to make the buy/sell orders ... that activity would be forbidden under the H-4 rules.See question
its been more than 3 months that i am in USA on b1b2 visa... i am a doctor and applying for residency in USA and application starts from september 15th and interviews are conducted from october to january.. and i have applied for extension for 3 m...
1. If you leave by November 3rd, you will be fine and the extension application will be abandoned.
2. Yes, but it will be a big mess
3. Yes, they can cancel the B-1/B-2 that is stamped in your passport by the US Consul.
Why not have a professional consultation with an attorney via Skype ... I'm sure that you would recommend that I see a doctor if I'm having problems/issues.See question
For the last 7 moths I am receiving cash assistance, and my husband was just arrested by ICE, Im wondering how this will affect his case since I've heard that based on the fact that he has a US citizen daughter, he could apply for a work permit an...
No, having a US Citizen daughter will be of no assistance ... until she turns 21.
What is your immigration status in the US?See question
Hello my parents overstay in USA and they left the country voluntarily, I am closed to be a USC, they are ill back in Colombia, what is the process for me to bring them back??
Talk to an attorney, they probably have a 10 year bar ... and you aren't a 'qualifying relative' for the required waiver.See question
Applied for K-1 visa as a fiance of a U.S citizen. How long will it take for the approval of the visa?
I have one where the lady arrived in the US 2 weeks ago ... exactly 12 months after filing.
I usually predict 9-12 months before someone steps off a plane in the US ... with many steps in between.See question