If you’re a Canadian citizen looking to come work or live in the U.S., we can help with the ins and outs of securing a visa or green card. Here’s a quick break down of different options for Canadian citizens seeking to work and live in America: The TN Visa: WHAT IT IS: The TN visa is a work visa for Canadian citizens that can last up to three years. There is currently no quota or cap on TN visas and they can in theory be … [Read more...] about Canada to U.S. Immigration, Explained
Due to delays in the processing of the I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, the USCIS has changed the duration of the extension period associated with the receipt notice issued in connection with these filings from 12 months to 18 months. As a result, when a conditional permanent resident files an I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, their conditional residence status is now extended for 18 months from the … [Read more...] about I-751 Petition: 18-Month Extension Change
If you are an Australian citizen looking to work or live in the U.S., we can help with the ins and outs of securing a work visa or green card. Here's a quick breakdown of the most common work visa and green card options for Australian citizens seeking to work and live in America: E-3 Visa WHAT IT IS: The E-3 visa is a specialty occupation work visa for Australian citizens that was established in 2005. The E-3 lasts two years and … [Read more...] about Australia to U.S. Immigration, Explained
First, let's discuss what an I-751 is... A I-751 is a petition that is filed to remove the conditions on US residency. If a couple is married for less than two years when their initial marriage-based green card case is adjudicated, the non-US citizen spouse is given conditional residency. This residency lasts two years. 90 days prior to the expiration of that conditional status, the conditional resident is required to file an I-751, … [Read more...] about Our I-751 has been denied, now what?
Reversing a long standing policy, the USCIS now denies advance parole applications when a green card applicant travels outside of the US while their advance parole application is pending. Prior to the reversal, the USCIS did not deny pending advance parole applications when an applicant traveled during its pendency. In many scenarios the new policy of denial when travel occurs during pendency is a moot point, as the green card applicant … [Read more...] about Denial of Pending Advance Parole Applications