Typically, immigration medical exams include a blood test and a urine test to screen for certain medical conditions. The purpose of the tests is to ensure that applicants do not have any medical conditions that would make them inadmissible to the United States.
You can check the status of your PERM form 9089 by using the iCERT Visa Portal System. The iCERT system provides information on the processing of labor certification applications filed on behalf of prospective employees. You can use the iCERT system to find out the status of your application,...View More
Hi, I currently work as an economist under an H-1B immigrant visa. Economists fall under the O-net code 19-3011.00 on the department of labor's O-net code index. My H-1B, however, expires in June, and for the renewal application, I am changing the O-net code to 19-3099.00 which is for social... View More
If you are changing the O-Net code on your H-1B renewal application, it is not necessary to change your job title with your employer or on your company's website. The O-Net code is used by the Department of Labor to classify occupations and does not determine your job title. Your job title can...View More
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I have a brother who holds American citizenship and lives in America. I applied for a b1/b2 visa and was rejected. It can be said that I was not ready for the interview. Can I apply again? I'm currently studying at a university... View More
Yes, you can reapply for a B1/B2 visa after being rejected. The U.S. Embassy or Consulate will consider each visa application on a case-by-case basis, and there is no guarantee that a subsequent application will be approved.
To increase your chances of being approved for a B1/B2 visa, it is...View More
Hi. I am on F-1 visa. I was investing in stocks and crypto last year and had noticed that I had more than 4 trades per week (around 15) on one or two occasions. However, for the rest of the year I maintained less than 4 trades per week. Does this mean my F-1 status is in danger?
As a student on an F-1 visa, you are generally allowed to engage in certain employment activities, including on-campus work, Curricular Practical Training (CPT), and Optional Practical Training (OPT). However, there are restrictions on the types of employment that you can engage in while on an F-1...View More
I am a UK citizen, and I have known my boyfriend for more than a year, and we have discussed getting married so that we can live together in the USA after I graduate from university. I am in a situation where I told my parents about my relationship, and well, things didn't turn... View More
It is not possible to obtain a green card through the ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) program. The ESTA is a travel authorization for individuals who are seeking to enter the United States for tourism, business, or transit purposes, and it does not provide a path to permanent...View More
It is not possible to obtain a green card through a process of working for a government organization or by moving to another state for work for a duration of one year and paying $15,000. This information is likely a scam and should not be trusted.
The process for obtaining a green card...View More
If you are unable to obtain your F1 visa until July or August and will be attending your 1-year STEM Masters program remotely, it is possible that your eligibility for Optional Practical Training (OPT) may be impacted.
According to the regulations, you must be physically present in the...View More
Yes, a school can refuse to recommend a student for Optional Practical Training (OPT). Although the school is not required to provide a reason for their decision, there are a number of reasons why a school might refuse to recommend a student for OPT. Some possible reasons include a low grade point...View More
My fiancée, who lives in Australia, is going to be coming to America on a K1 visa. Would we be able to get a I-131 approved for her to travel back to Australia so we can do a reception with all of her family? She will be applying while under adjustment of status. I have read... View More
if you get married to your US citizen fiancé as soon as possible after entering the US on a K-1 visa, and then concurrently file for the I-485, I-130, and I-131 applications, it is possible to be approved for Advance Parole. This will allow your fiancé to travel outside the US and back to...View More
Divorce was done earlier this month (and judgment has been filed). Will I be out of status immediately or is there a grace period ? If there is no grace period, is there a way I can appeal for extension of legal status ? Kindly let me know. I have a minor child (US citizen) that I have joint... View More
As a holder of an H-4 visa, your immigration status in the United States is tied to your spouse's H-1B visa status. Upon divorce, you may lose your immigration status and become out of status in the United States.
Marriage to a U.S. citizen is one option that could potentially lead to...View More
The "immigration proceedings" referred to in the I-130 form typically includes formal legal proceedings initiated by the government to remove a non-citizen from the United States, such as removal proceedings, exclusion proceedings, deportation proceedings, rescission proceedings, and...View More
As a holder of an approved green card, you have the right to live and work in the United States as a lawful permanent resident. However, it is important to have a physical green card in your possession, as it serves as proof of your status and can be required for various purposes, including...View More
As an illegal immigrant - I was allowed to work at a company in which they paid me $4,000 as a check. I went to the bank and they said it was fake. I contacted my employer and he's given me death threats and threats on calling immigration on me. He denied giving me a fake check and has done... View More
If you have received a fake check and have evidence of the work you performed, it is important to take legal action to protect your rights. However, as an illegal immigrant, you may face additional challenges in seeking legal remedies.
You should contact the Department of Labor to report...View More
We wanted to know if there is anyway he can stay in the US while this is pending. He travels back and forth for 3 months at a time but it’s becoming costly at this point. We are also planning our big family wedding in June since when we got married in jan of 2022 it was during Covid.
Filing only the I-130 petition for your husband will not be enough for him to remain in the United States while the petition is pending. To allow him to stay, you must also file an I-485 application for adjustment of status.
If you are a U.S. citizen, filing the I-485 application for...View More
If you are trying to renew your Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and have encountered a question about the expiration date of your authorized stay, it is highly recommended that you seek the assistance of a legal professional. The correct answer to this question can have a significant impact on...View More
My country Has different date they Have Hijri shamsi Muslims date but United States of America has Different. when i changed my date of birth into American date i made mistake in years. I don’t have my country ID but i do have the picture of my ID is it Possible to correct my date of birth.... View More
it is possible to correct a mistake in your date of birth. However, the process may vary depending on the circumstances and the agency involved. In your case, since you made a mistake in converting your date of birth from the Hijri Shamsi (Islamic) calendar to the Gregorian calendar used in the...View More
Humanitarian parole is a discretionary form of immigration relief that is granted on a case-by-case basis to individuals who are otherwise ineligible for a visa or other forms of admission to the United States. To be eligible for humanitarian parole, an individual must demonstrate that there is a...View More
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