The Wider Scope of B-1/B-2 Visitor Visa Explained The B-1 and B-2 visa has mistakenly been limited and labeled as the ‘Tourist visa’. However, it is better referred to as the Visitor visa, which extends way beyond the purpose of touring the United States. Rather, the purpose for which a Foreign National can visit theContinue reading “The Purpose Driven Visa”
No…. F-1 students, if you run out of money before finishing your program your only option is not to “depart the United States”. Well-meaning university and college Designated Student Officers (“DSO”) fail to inform international students of their immigration “rights”. This short article post outlines your U.S. Immigration rights in the event your student visaContinue reading “Know Your F-1 Student ‘Immigrants Rights’”
Hiring a Nanny for Your Family on a Temporary or Permanent Visa Balancing quality childcare and a career has become a real dilemma in the United States. Juggling activities, sports and taking care of our kids’ intermittent medical needs, has become unsustainable for even 2 parent homes. In this article, we discuss how proper planningContinue reading “The Au Pair Alternative”
A popular held belief that once a foreign national is granted a visa to the United States…it’s all-smooth sailing, is unfortunately not true. This short blog will explain the “behind scenes” screenings and audits with U.S. Customs Border & Patrol (CBP) or United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) that can cause exclusion or removalContinue reading “Understanding 3 Hurdles to Successfully Secure A Visa to the United States”
Eligibility When the E-2 Visa Is Not an Option The E-1 Treaty visa is a fantastic work visa option that is often overlooked and not discussed as a viable work visa option! We recently had a client who was disappointed that their country, Bolivia, was not E-2 treaty eligible. They had a unique service theyContinue reading “Don’t Sit on the E-1 Work Visa!”
In this episode we take you back to our classroom and talk about Business Visas! To schedule a consultation, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call / text (703)966-0907. B&E Capital – Vassell Law Group,PC | http://www.vasselllaw.com | http://www.becapitallaw.com | Members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for over 20 years.
Today we will discuss the H-3 Training Visa and how it can help you!! To schedule a consultation, you may email us at email@example.com or call / text (703)966-0907. B&E Capital – Vassell Law Group,PC | http://www.vasselllaw.com | http://www.becapitallaw.com | Members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association for over 20 years.
Best Practices for H-2B Visa Success The race is on! The next available start date for H-2B workers to begin work in the United States is April 1, 2023. U.S. employers who seek to have foreign nationals begin work in spring should begin the H-2B process as soon as possible but no later than NovemberContinue reading “The November Deadline to Begin is Here!”
Sorting through PERM Confusion – Prevailing Wage vs. PERM 9089 Registration/Application The PERM Labor Certification is the first step for most employment based sponsored Green Cards in the Employment Based Category 3, (EB-3) where a U.S. employer permanently sponsors a foreign national. PERM is basically a market test to determine if there are any U.S.Continue reading “Seeking an Employment Based Green Card?“
As a rule, if you or someone you know is applying for adjustment of status (“AS”) to a U.S. Permanent Resident based on an Employment Based Petition (I-140), or a Family petition (I-130), your application will be denied if you leave the United States. The Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) will consider the application abandoned. Continue reading “When Tragedy Strikes Back Home & Your In the Middle of Adjusting Status to a U.S. Permanent Resident…What can You do?”