The current climate of Work and Employment visa applications (temporary or permanent) in the United States is “RFE heavy”. RFE stands for a “Request for Additional Evidence”. The Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) initial review of a foreign national’s application for a work, investment or employment visa, usually results in an RFE being issued byContinue reading “Without These 3 Key RFE principles Your U.S. Work Visa Application Process May Be Doomed to Fail”
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Ready to Apply for U.S. Citizenship but Unsure if Travel Outside the U.S. Disqualifies You?
Often travel outside of the United States is viewed as a simple matter when applying to naturalize to a United States Citizen. However, travel has the potential to undermine an entire N-400 Naturalization application. In contrast, a U.S. Permanent Resident should treat the travel factor as the exact ‘science’ it is before filing to becomeContinue reading “Ready to Apply for U.S. Citizenship but Unsure if Travel Outside the U.S. Disqualifies You?”