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One entry is allowed per person. Spouses and unmarried alien children under 21 must be named. Each entrant must have a high school education or its equivalent or within the past 5 years had two years of work experience in an occupation requiring at least two years training or experience. If an applicant wins the...
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When a permanent resident becomes a U.S. citizen, and wishes to expedite the visa processing for a spouse together with the children, a new alien relative petition (I-130) should be filed for the spouse. This would enable the K-3 spouse to come simultaneously with the children. On arriving in the U.S. the alien spouse parent...
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An officer of the Immigration Service has the power to arrest an individual if there is a reasonable suspicion to believe that the individual is an alien and without the lawful right to be or remain in the United States and is likely to escape before a warrant could be obtained. If an alien is...
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To obtain a Labor Certification it must be proved that there are no qualified or available U.S. citizens or residents for the job requested. A Labor Certification qualifies an applicant for permanent residence. Over the past few months our office has received a good number of approvals: several have been approved by the Department of...
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Exchange Visitors may participate in various activities as teaching, studying, medicine, observing, research, and training. An important criteria is that the training may be of use in the exchange J visitor’s own country. J visa holders often have a home residency requirement, when they complete their U.S. training, for a 2 year period before they...
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