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Are you looking to come to the U.S. and have an interesting native culture to share with the American world? If so, you could apply for a Q1 visa and take part in a cultural exchange program.  To find out more about the Q1 visa and what it offers, take a look below.  What is […]

On July 6, 2020, there was an announcement made regarding the Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). They announced new regulations for students who wanted to start their studies this fall in the States. What is this program and what are the regulations they announced? More than that, what should …

No matter if you know what public charge is or not, you know it won’t look very good on your file. For example, if you want to get a work visa in the United States, the public charge might affect your success. But does public charge apply to green card holders? You already proved you […]

Some people might have done something that made them inadmissible to the United States. As such, entering the U.S. seems impossible under those circumstances. But are there exceptions when an inadmissible nonimmigrant can enter the U.S. temporarily? It is possible, and it’s something that can be don…

At a Glance Work permit, or Employment Authorization Document (EAD), issued by USCIS. Allows foreign nationals to work legally in the U.S. Beneficial for those waiting for a green card or dependent visa holders. Are you in the U.S. and wondering whether you are allowed to work? Perhaps you are in th…

The P-2 visa is reserved for a certain group of artists and entertainers who come into the United States as part of reciprocal exchange programs. But not all artists are eligible for it. If you want to know whether or not the P-2 visa is right for you, then you’ve come to the right place. […]

At a Glance The total cost to become a U.S. citizen through naturalization is $725. This includes a $640 application fee (N-400 fee) and an $85 biometrics services fee. Fee reductions and waivers are available for certain individuals, such as those aged 75 or older, active-duty military or veterans,…

COVID-19 is still a thing, causing lots of delays and cancellations, even though it seems that the number of cases has decreased in different places around the world. It’s still a danger, and it seems it is also affecting USCIS because only recently, they declared they are planning to furlough some …

On July 1, the European Union started allowing travelers from certain countries to enter the EU. However, there are some countries whose residents will not be able to travel to EU countries. The restricted ones are Russia, India, Brazil, and the United States. But why are U.S. travelers banned from …

At a Glance Form I-129S is used for classifying a non-immigrant worker as an L-1 intracompany transferee. It is distinct from Form I-129, which is used for extending stay or changing status for non-immigrant workers. Employers file Form I-129S after receiving blanket L petition approval and meeting …

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