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Visa denial--immigrant intent, Section 214(b) Transcript.docx
Updated 20th August 2012 at 04:40 PM by Rajiv S. Khanna
Business on H-1- Transcription.docx
Updated 5th September 2012 at 02:33 PM by monica1
In a leaked draft of policy options being considered by USCIS, the following are noteworthy for employment-based immigration:
1. Include E, F, O, P and TN visas in the group that can travel without AP when their I-1485/AOS is pending. Currently this group includes only H-1 and L-1 holders and their derivative beneficiaries.
2. Allow H-4 holders employment authorization under certain circumstances. This appears to be very likely to be approved soon. This has, of course, long
What kind of problems can employment-based nonimmigrants (H-1, L-1, E-1, E-2, E-3, TN) face during reentry?
I think this question is most relevant for H-1 holders, but other employment-based nonimmigrants may also note the general principles here.
For the last two weeks I had been hearing rumors of H-1B employees being “deported” from the airport when they tried to enter (or reenter) USA. I did not believe there was much to these rumors until, during the employers
Updated 27th January 2010 at 04:57 AM by Rajiv S. Khanna
(Minor correction in the language regarding entry on AP being safer)
One of the questions I am asked quite frequently is whether or not an E-1/E-2 visa holder can apply for a green card and not jeopardize his or her E status. The answer is PROBABLY yes he can.
In the E visa context, this is what the govt says:
9 FAM 41.51 N15 INTENT TO DEPART UPON TERMINATION OF STATUS
An applicant for an E visa need not establish intent to proceed to the United States for a specific temporary period of time. Nor does
Updated 12th August 2009 at 07:45 AM by Rajiv S. Khanna