Getting an EB-5 project a targeted employment area (TEA) designation can be incredibly important for EB-5 investors. The required EB-5 investment amount is lowered from $1 million to $500,000 dollars […]
Special immigrant visas (which lead to lawful permanent resident status and green cards upon arrival in the U.S.) are available to the following, under Section 101(a)(27) of the Immigration and Nationality Act […]
Exemption from the labor certification requirement can be obtained by aliens with exceptional ability in the sciences or the arts (not business or sports) who satisfy the requirements stated in the Schedule […]
USCIS can make an exception (or “waiver”) from the requirement that applicants in the EB-2 category must obtain approval of a labor certification. USCIS grants such an exception if the […]
Provisional status given by the government to aliens, allowing them to work legally in this country. It certifies that they have gained entry to the country legally and are allowed […]
Withholding of removal is similar to asylum in that an individual must prove that there is some type of threat to his or her life or freedom. In addition, like […]
There is number of grounds of admissibility which can be waived under certain circumstances. At the same time the waivers can not obtain a visa or status.
It means that you agree to leave the United States, without attempting to assert any rights to stay.
The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) allows citizens of certain countries to travel to the U.S. for up to 90 days without obtaining a visa. Not all countries participate in the VWP, […]
A stamp placed in a passport that allows their holders to enter the United States according to the conditions for that visa type. The validity period on the visa is […]