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Can I Get An H-1B Visa?

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If you are seeking to come to the United States to work, you may be wondering if you are eligible to obtain an H-1B visa, which is one of the most common types of nonimmigrant visas for workers in Houston and throughout the United States. However, in order to qualify for an H-1B visa,… Read More »

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What Is The Difference Between F-1 And J-1 Status For Students?

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Students who are not U.S. citizens and are current citizens of foreign countries often come to the United States to live and to study, and in many cases to conduct research. Generally speaking, visitors to institutions of higher education, including colleges and universities in the United States, will seek F-1 or J-1 visas. Yet… Read More »

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Can You Receive An O-1 Extraordinary Ability Visa?

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Individuals with extraordinary abilities can come to the United States to work and live. To accomplish this, those individuals must apply for an O-1 Extraordinary Ability visa. For their application to be successful, they must be able to demonstrate their extraordinary ability and apply for their visa in the proper manner.  Are You Eligible… Read More »

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Overview Of The F-1 Student Visa

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The F-1 Student Visa is a visa that allows international students to enter, and study in, the United States. With an F-1 visa, students can study in the United States, allowing them to reside in the country for the entirety of their studies. What Are The Requirements For An F-1 Student Visa? To receive… Read More »

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What To Expect During An Immigrant Visa Interview

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To receive any one of the visas that the United States offer, an applicant will, more often than not, need to conduct an interview at their nearest U.S. embassy or consulate. A successful interview allows the applicant to receive their intended visa. But, an unsuccessful interview can make acquiring this visa far more difficult…. Read More »

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Can You Receive An E-1 Treaty Trader Visa?

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The E-1 Treaty Trader visa allows treaty traders who wish to conduct business between the United States and their home country to enter and live within the United States. With the E-1 visa, a trader can enter the United States and then live within the United States. This allows that individual to conduct substantial… Read More »

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Learning More About The E-2 Treaty Investor Visa

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The E-2 Treaty Investor is a visa that enables the recipient, and their family, to live in the United States for up to 5 years. Visas are given in two year increments. Right after those two years come to an end, an individual can extend their visa for another two years. But, this is… Read More »

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All About The TN NAFTA Visa

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The TN NAFTA visa is a visa that allows citizens of either Mexico or Canada to live and work in the United States. To receive a TN visa, an applicant must meet the eligibility requirements and apply in the proper manner. What Are The Requirements For Receiving A TN NAFTA Visa?  To receive a… Read More »

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Primer On The H-1B Visa

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The H-1B visa is a non immigrant visa that allows those who work in specialty occupations, possess extraordinary abilities relating to a Department of Defense position, or work as a distinguished fashion model to live in the United States. Many people apply for the H-1B visa every year. Many are denied, as the number… Read More »

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H-1B Visa: Work Visa for Professionals – What you need to know

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The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 and its reform (Immigration Act of 1990) impose limits of 65,000 foreign nationals who can be granted the H-1B Visa or Work Visa for Professionals during each fiscal year. Some exceptions have made it possible for the number of H-1B Visas issued annually to exceed the 65,000… Read More »

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