Q: · Is it legal for me to work with a B1/B2 visa?
· Is it legal for me to work with a B1/B2 visa?
· I hold a Jordanian passport with B1/B2 visa; am I eligible to file Adjustment of Status?
· If yes, how much will it cost me to craft and structure the file for the legal status change formalities from B1/B2 visa to green card?
· Is it a single transaction or multiple?
· Advice required documents in detail.
· How long might the legal procedures to change the visa status take?
· Are all legal formalities in the United States (States) the same? Is New Jersey the same as Chicago or another state?
· What forms are required to change the visa status?
· How much the official costs associated with USCIS with official receipts
· What is the normal lawyer fee?
· Can you provide me with a sample of a visa adjustment agreement between a lawyer and an applicant?
· Is there a time frame we could agree on with the appointed lawyer?
In general, no. You can only temporarily solicit orders for a foreign company at trade shows, among other actions that do not result in remuneration in the U.S. for work done after entry.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before there are any other complications.
Avoid fee sensitivity and pay for an in depth evaluation where you discuss lawful immigration options.
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