• My USA visa got denied, what should I do?

    I’m originally from France and I’ve been planning to visit my friends in California for a long time. I had to go to an interview at the US embassy in Paris and gave all the required information and answered every question correctly and yet my visa still gets denied, and my flight is in 20 days, what shall I do?
    I’m originally from France and I’ve been planning to visit my friends in California for a long time. I had to go to an interview at the US embassy in Paris and gave all the required information and answered every question correctly and yet my visa still gets denied, and my flight is in 20 days, what shall I do?
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  • Is it legal to kill illegal immigrants?

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  • How would a Canadian go about moving to the USA?

    Best answer: Who's your immediate relative who is a US citizen & who earns enough support self, all dependents plus you, and has a home for you in US? Just over 90% of immigrants to US are sponsored by immediate relatives. Depending on your relationship to your sponsor, it can take up to 15 years for your Priority Date to... show more
    Best answer: Who's your immediate relative who is a US citizen & who earns enough support self, all dependents plus you, and has a home for you in US? Just over 90% of immigrants to US are sponsored by immediate relatives. Depending on your relationship to your sponsor, it can take up to 15 years for your Priority Date to become current & get an interview, etc, for an immigration visa.

    What degrees do you hold from which universities where, and what post-master's degree experience do you have? Is this a STEM occupation eligible for H1-b temporary employment visa? Or do you want to go to university/grad school in US, & have enough money to pay all school + living expenses + return transportation to Canada? Of course, you do not "move" (i.e. immigrate) with any temporary visa - prove you are returning home.

    Depending on your qualifications, you might qualify for TN visa, but again, this is NOT immigration & won't get you legal permanent residency in US.

    So what are your qualifications to come to US in any capacity for any length of time? Other than TN visa under NAFTA treaty, requirements for Canadian citizens are the same as for any other nationality.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • My dad has dual citizenship, will that help me in applying?

    He was born in the US, but his mom was born in England, and thus he obtained dual citizenship. Does this mean I could get dual citizenship? I know he wasn't born there, but he is a citizen...
    He was born in the US, but his mom was born in England, and thus he obtained dual citizenship. Does this mean I could get dual citizenship? I know he wasn't born there, but he is a citizen...
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What are your thoughts on H1-B visas?

    I work in an immigration law office that handles H1-B on behalf of companies. I feel they should be more stringent. I get the impression companies prefer H1-B workers over american workers because the foreigners have more experience, cannot change employers, smarter, and only paid the average prevailing wage for... show more
    I work in an immigration law office that handles H1-B on behalf of companies. I feel they should be more stringent. I get the impression companies prefer H1-B workers over american workers because the foreigners have more experience, cannot change employers, smarter, and only paid the average prevailing wage for the position. I have college classmates that are underemployed that studied in the same fields as my H1-B clients, but cannot get positions. I tell them to apply to my clients; companies, but still they cannot even get an interview. These H1-B have internship and work experience in their home countries prior to obtain their masters in USA, but exclude them on their resume to make it appear that they are entry level. The companies then only have to pay average entry level salaries for an experienced professional. I think this leads to companies becoming H1-B dependent, and not want to hire Americans and college interns (to find and train future employees). Also, it is the company that holds the work visa so the H1-B cannot leave the company, and if fired, will have to return to home country. This leads to the H1-B enduring heavy demanding work loads and poor company treatment. The real kicker is, some of these H1b, esp Chinese ones, don't plan to apply for green card after the maximum 6 years of H1-B, and will return home and take all their new skills with them, enriching China. They work in America as a resume builder to enhance their careers in China.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Crossing from Canada to the US and back as a dual Citizen?

    I m a born American with Canadian Citizenship. Crossing the border makes me nervous, I always feel that neither side is delighted to hear I hold dual citizenship. I m always afraid that for some reason, they ll deny me entry, and that the experience is unnecessarily stressful. I hate being looked at with suspicion,... show more
    I m a born American with Canadian Citizenship. Crossing the border makes me nervous, I always feel that neither side is delighted to hear I hold dual citizenship. I m always afraid that for some reason, they ll deny me entry, and that the experience is unnecessarily stressful. I hate being looked at with suspicion, though I ve never been in trouble with the police. Is this even possible if I have a valid passport for both countries and no criminal history? Just trying to get through border crossings with more confidence and feelings of ease. thanks
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  • What immigration laws Trump have passed so far ?

    Is it H1B visa room all Got rid of DACA
    Is it H1B visa room all Got rid of DACA
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Traveling to America from england?

    Best answer: There's no clear cut answer to this. Immigration authorities don't just look for actual legal violations. They can also deny entry if they have a good suspicion you would break the law. If you do this once, it probably won't be an issue. But if they see a pattern developing, it could indicate to... show more
    Best answer: There's no clear cut answer to this. Immigration authorities don't just look for actual legal violations. They can also deny entry if they have a good suspicion you would break the law. If you do this once, it probably won't be an issue.

    But if they see a pattern developing, it could indicate to authorities that you are engaged in illegal behavior (smuggling) or are laying the ground work to overstay a visa, or engage in work, at some point in the future.

    I'd expect to get more and more scrutiny the more frequently you do this.

    I'd recommend you call or email US Customs and Border Protection (www.cbp.gov). They are happy to help travelers avoid mistakes when trying to enter the US for legitimate purposes.
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do leftists ever stop to think that importing the third world into our countries will turn them third world?

    Best answer: That's the plan the globalists want us poor and willing to do as they say.
    Best answer: That's the plan the globalists want us poor and willing to do as they say.
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do I need a visa if I buy a vacation home in the US?

    I'm a Canadian who wants to buy a place in the US to spend a few months in each winter. I don't want to be a permanent resident, I want to go back and forth. Do I need a visa to do this
    I'm a Canadian who wants to buy a place in the US to spend a few months in each winter. I don't want to be a permanent resident, I want to go back and forth. Do I need a visa to do this
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why Trump is ruining my future ? WTF!?

    He just made an order to stop the protection status for political asylum from some countries... I'm from a different country and still have pending case. Is he gonna get rid of us all?
    He just made an order to stop the protection status for political asylum from some countries... I'm from a different country and still have pending case. Is he gonna get rid of us all?
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  • I have a 5 year US visa and I don't know what to do ?

    We went on a special ed trip from my home country to Atlanta,Georgia but I realized my visa allows me to legally stay in the US for five more years,if I stay that long will I be able to apply for a green card ?
    We went on a special ed trip from my home country to Atlanta,Georgia but I realized my visa allows me to legally stay in the US for five more years,if I stay that long will I be able to apply for a green card ?
    8 answers · 2 days ago