State Department Wants Social Media, Email Addresses and Phone Numbers Recently, the state department announced that it wants to require some new types of information from those who seek visas to enter the United States. Included in that information is: Social Media Usernames Previous Email Addresses Previous Phone Numbers The time period for which the.
Answers to Common Questions from Foreign Athletes Seeking a Visa In order for foreign athletes to enter the United States, they need to obtain a P-1 or O-1 visa. In our experience, when athletes are seeking assistance, they have three, basic questions: How long will it take to get my P-1 or O-1 visa How.
Picking the Right U.S. Visa for Athletes: B-1, P-1, O-1 and EB-1 The U.S. is a Nation of adoring sports fans in areas such as Football, Baseball, Hockey, and now the very popular areas of MMA, Kickboxing, Judo and Brazilian Jui-Jitsu. Superstar athletes may qualify for different types of Visa. The following “star guide” discusses.
E2 Visas create jobs locally by definition. With a slow economic recovery, the Obama Administration needs to eye foreign investment to accelerate economic growth and for job creation.
Answers to FAQs regarding E-2 and L-1 Visas including: Can I continue to work during my pending E-2 Extension of status? When the primary applicant gets the E-2 or L-1 visa, what kind of visa will his spouse receive? How long will it take to get either an L-1A or E-2 visa?
Starting a Business as a F-1 Student under Optional Practical Training F-1 students may engage in a period of Optional Practical Training (OPT) after completing a degree program in the U.S. OPT is temporary employment that is directly related to an F-1 student’s major area of study. In a recent USCIS engagement concerning the Entrepreneurs.