In the world of immigration, circumstances can change, sometimes leading individuals to want to withdraw their pending case from either the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or the National Visa Center (NVC). Whether your situation has changed or you’ve decided to explore a different immigration pathway, understanding how to effectively withdraw your case can save you time, stress, and unnecessary expenses. Below, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of withdrawing your immigration case from USCIS or NVC.
The R-1 Religious Workers Visa provides a crucial pathway for religious organizations in the United States to sponsor foreign religious workers temporarily. To make the most of this opportunity, it’s essential to meet specific eligibility criteria and navigate the application process, including petition filing and the consular interview. This comprehensive guide sheds light on these important aspects, enabling religious organizations to enrich their communities and fulfill their missions with the assistance of foreign religious workers.
Delve into the complexities of a TN Visa application for Data Scientists, including the essential criteria and closely-related professions under the USMCA, to successfully navigate the U.S. immigration system.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announces an alternative to the physical examination of Form I-9 documents. E-Verify employers have the option to choose between the new procedure and the in-person examination by August 30, 2023, under certain conditions.
Learn about the H1B visa lottery and its potential influence on future TN visa eligibility. This blog post answers the question of whether H1B lottery entry could signal immigration intent, thereby impacting your chances of obtaining a TN visa later on.