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US Visas

Staying Beyond the Authorized Period and Being Out of Status

Non-immigrants traveling to the U.S. on temporary visas must carefully consider the dates of their authorized stay. The date on which the authorized period of stay will end can be found on the arrival/departure record or it will be stamped on their passports. Staying in the U.S. beyond that date will cause the non-immigrants to …

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What are L-1 Visas?

L-1 non-immigrant visas allow international companies to transfer qualified foreign workers to their parent, branch, affiliate, or subsidiary companies in the U.S. These visas are for intra-company executive transferees seeking to work in the U.S. This visa category also allows foreign companies that do not have an affiliated office in the U.S. to send their …

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F-4 Visas for the Brothers and Sisters of US Citizens

There are several reasons to immigrate to the U.S., one of the most common reason being to reunite with family members. The U.S. permits U.S. citizens and green card holders to help their family members get permanent resident cards (green cards) in order to promote family unity. U.S. citizens can help their parents, children, husband …

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