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December 2016 Archives

Spouses of deceased U.S. citizen military members and citizenship

It is a sad reality that some of the brave members of the U.S. armed forces end up losing their lives during their military service. The time following such a loss can be very hard on a deceased military member's family, such as their spouse. When the deceased’s spouse is from another country, the spouse may have additional worries/concerns on top of those normally associated with losing a loved one. Among these are worries about their U.S. immigration situation.

New regulations on work visa programs to soon come into force

Occasionally, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announces a final rule changing or adding immigration regulations. Sometimes, such new rules target one specific issue. Other times, they cover a wide range of different issues and changes. Recently, a final rule of the latter variety was published by USCIS.

What are the most common nonimmigrant I-94 admissions to the U.S.?

The reasons a person from a foreign country could be coming to the U.S. temporarily can vary greatly. Some examples include reasons related to employment, business, pleasure, travel, school or family. So, there are many different types of nonimmigrant (temporary) admissions here in America.