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There are tough times for everyone in the world right now. COVID-19 is putting a stop to everything, and because of that, many people are left without jobs. Luckily, financial aid is offered in the form of stimulus checks, and even F1 visa holders can get one. However, what are the eligibility criteria for a […]

The good news is you don’t have to worry about overstaying your welcome. You can extend your B2 visitor’s visa by following the steps on this page.  As for what happens if you get sick, the answer will depend on whether you have travel insurance and, if you do, who your insurance provider is.   Can […]

The F-1 visa is a popular visa allowing students from all over the world to study in the great U.S. It provides a chance for students to discover a world beyond their local borders. It offers an opportunity for many to build a better life. 2020 has, however, been an unusual year for F-1 students […]

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more people on a working visa in the United States have no way of maintaining their status. With so many people being laid off, and so many jobs being closed down, people have found themselves out of work – which means they can no longer maintain their H1B status. […]

COVID-19 is affecting everyone in one way or another. Whether we’re talking about workers or students, they all have to face different situations, caused by the virus. You may be wondering if you’ll still be able to apply for a CPT and attend one since the pandemic is still going strong. Well, if you’re in […]

The H4 visa is issued to dependents of H1 visa holders who are employed in the US by US-based organizations. While applicants put all of their focus on paperwork and attending interviews, the insurance segment is left behind. But with the current Coronavirus pandemic hitting the world, all of this may change. In this article, […]

The USCIS offices have remained closed for quite some time now and applicants are getting anxious with their pending processes. But USCIS has announced that it is going to reopen its offices and resume its services soon. Here is everything you need to know. Why Were USCIS Offices Closed? After the deadly coronavirus (also known […]

Form I-20 is a highly important document used for studying in the United States. It essentially guides your educational journey. But the majority of students don’t have proper knowledge of what it actually is and how they can get one for themselves. In this article, we will address all these points and more. What Is […]

If you’re looking forward to studying in the United States, you must have heard about the terms “SEVIS”, “SEVIS I-901” and “SEVIS fee”. Being a foreign student, you need to have clear clarity of these concepts and what they mean. In this article, we will provide a detailed explanation of SEVIS I-901 and the fee […]

As a visa sponsor, you have many responsibilities. Keeping the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) up to date on your physical address is one of them. If you’ve recently moved, you can use Form I-865 to notify the USCIS about your change of address. We provide more details on the Form I-865 and […]