AILA's Department of State Liaison Committee provides monthly "check-ins" with Charlie Oppenheim, designed to keep members informed of Visa Bulletin progress and to obtain his analysis of current trends and future projections, beyond the basic visa availability updates provided in the monthly Visa Bulletin.
Enterline and Partners Consulting Managing Partner David Enterline spoke at an EB-5 seminar in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 25, 2019. David was invited to attend by one of the oldest and most successful EB-5 regional centers. The event was sponsored by one of the largest immigration consulting companies in South East Asia.
U.S. visa applicants will now be required to provide their social media identities on social media platforms during the five years preceding the date of application - with an option to voluntarily list other handles not explicitly required.
The new requirement follows the Trump administration's promise of "extreme vetting" of foreigners entering the U.S. for national security.
Enterline and Partners Co-Founder, Ryan Barshop sat down with Philippines cable news GMA 7 to discuss the new social media handle disclosure when applying for U.S. visas and its implications to applicants.
Even if you are not a citizen of a particular country but you reside in that country, it is still possible to apply for a U.S. visa in your country of residence. Likewise, if you are a citizen of a country but you don't live in that country, you may still be able to apply for a U.S. visa in that country. Suppose for example you are a Vietnamese citizen who is living and working in Singapore.
In the latest attempt to overall the U.S. immigration system, U.S. President Donald Trump has launched a new proposal aimed at forging a compromise between Congressional Democrats and Republicans in Washington. The proposal, which was drafted by the senior advisor and presidential son-in-law. Jared Kushner contains two major ideas: ...
Earlier this month, a U.S. Federal Court judge issued an injunction against the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) blocking an August 9, 2018 policy memorandum on accrual of unlawful presence of F, M and J nonimmigrant visa holders. You can read more about the policy memorandum at: Final Guidelines on Unlawful Presence for Students and Exchange Visitors
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