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October 2017 Archives

Special concerns for DACA recipients who are parents

There are many concerns a foreign national living here in America could have when there is the possibility of a major change in the immigration benefits and options available to them. This includes concerns over what impacts the change could have for their children.

The Brexit and international student interest in the U.S.

Each U.S. visa has its own set of rules and issues connected to it. This includes the F-1 visa, the main student visa in the United States. When a person from a foreign country is pursuing an F-1 visa and its corresponding immigration status in connection to a desire to go to school in America, how they address the legal concerns particular to this pursuit can heavily impact their education and life goals. International students who have an interest in studying in the U.S can go to skilled immigration lawyers for guidance on such student visa issues.

The limitations of H-4 visas for children of H-1B workers

When a foreign national comes to the U.S. to work in a specialty occupation on an H-1B work visa, they may bring certain family members with them. Under U.S. immigration law, certain relatives of such workers can qualify for legal immigration status through a special kind of visa. This visa is called an H-4 visa. Among the individuals that can qualify for such a visa are children of H-1B workers, if they are under the age of 21.

Pursuing the documents one needs to work in the U.S.

When one of the big goals of a foreign national who has come to the U.S. is to work in the U.S., there are many things it is critical for them to be aware of. One is what the immigration status that they are in the U.S. on means for their work eligibility.