A Third Country Visa is a process whereby an alien, who is already in the US, can apply for a non-immigrant visa with a US Consulate located in Mexico or Canada.
AILA comments on the Department of Labor's proposed regulation for converting the labor certification process to a PERM system.
The INS issued an interim rule on July 1, 2002, implementing the first phase of the certification process for access to the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS).
The House of Representatives, on June 25, passed legislation that would renew and extend for another two years the Conrad State 20 program.
The Department is proposing to amend its existing regulations governing participation in the Exchange Visitor Program as a professor and research scholar
The USCIS will carefully consider the economic impact the proposed B visa rule might have on United States businesses that depend on international tourism for their livelihood.
The House Judiciary Committee passed a bill, H.R.4858, while Senator Brownback (R-KS) is supporting a bill (S. 1259), both of which would increase the number of physicians who can be sponsored for J waivers.
ZBG is very proud that since its establishment, our experienced attoneys have provided quality services to our Third Country Visa clients across the United States.
The DOJ has sent to the Federal Register a proposed rule to require certain nonimmigrants to undergo various registration processes, and to impose certain sanctions on those who do not register.
The Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA) created a new nonimmigrant visa category (T) to protect people who are victims of human trafficking.
I-797 document, if accompanied by picture ID, meets the current identification requirements for Texas drivers license issuance.
ZBG is very proud that since its establishment, our experienced attoneys have provided quality services to our EB-1(A) and EB-1(B) clients across the United States.
Executive Office for Immigration Review interim rule authorizes immigration judges to issue protective orders and seal records relating to law enforcement or national security information. Comments are due by July 29.
A J holder may file an immigration petition, file J-1 waiver, and apply for F, O, or E visa.
The Justice Department has issued a proposed rule governing the retention and reporting of information regarding F, J, and M nonimmigrants. The rule is published in the Federal Register.
ZBG is very proud that since its establishment, our experienced attoneys have provided quality services to our NIW clients across the United States.