Renewing your U.S. visa domestically is now a reality for certain visa categories. This comprehensive guide provides you with all the necessary information to navigate the process smoothly, including eligibility criteria, required documentation, and application tips.
Revoking an approved I-140 petition is a pivotal process in the realm of U.S. immigration, demanding careful consideration from employers and foreign workers alike. This comprehensive guide unravels the intricacies of I-140 revocation, from understanding the petition’s significance to exploring the reasons for its revocation. Discover the formal procedures, deadlines, and potential implications, including the impact on priority dates crucial for future green card applications. In your immigration journey, knowledge and professional guidance play key roles in ensuring a seamless transition.
Understanding the criteria and process for obtaining a waiver from the COVID-19 vaccination requirement in U.S. immigration. Discover eligibility, necessary documentation, and the role of an immigration attorney in this intricate process.
Are you a Canadian-born Native American considering moving to the United States? We provide an overview detailing your entry and residency options, as well as the documentation you will need.
The U.S. government’s NIE (National Interest Exemption or Exception) and EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) may both use the term “national interest,” but they serve entirely different purposes. Learn the differences between the two and why an NIE annotation doesn’t influence your eligibility for an EB-2 NIW.
Domicile is a key concept in U.S. immigration, determining one’s primary residence and its relevance in visa applications. Learn its importance in the immigration process.
Are you an internationally recognized professor or researcher? You might qualify for the EB-1B Visa classification. This guide covers eligibility criteria, requirements, and the pathway to permanent residence in the U.S.
While the TN Visa doesn’t have a strict salary requirement, the amount paid should reflect professional qualifications and employment. Accepting only equity complicates the application. Here’s why.
Transitioning from a TN visa to U.S. permanent residency can be a complex process. We’re proud to share our recent success story of helping a management consultant move from a TN visa, to an H1B visa, and finally secure a green card via PERM. Learn about this triumphant 5-year journey to U.S. permanent residency here.
In the globalized world we live in today, mobility and flexibility have become more prevalent than ever before. One such example is U.S. green card holders – also known as lawful permanent residents (LPR) – choosing to live in Canada while still retaining their U.S. immigration status. If you’re asking, “Can I maintain my U.S. green card while living in Canada and making short, periodic trips to the United States?” then this article is for you. We’ll outline key factors, important considerations, and practical tips on this matter.