H-4 Time Does Not Count Toward Maximum Period on H-2 or H-3 Status

A foreign nationalA person owing permanent allegiance to a state may be admitted to the United States in H-2A or H-2B status for a maximum period of three years. A foreign nationalA person owing permanent allegiance to a state may be admitted to the United States in H-3 trainee status for a period of up to two years, and an H-3 participant in a special education program may be admitted to the...
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USCIS Emphasizes Rule Relaxations for Typhoon Victims

Natural catastrophes can affect your USCIS application, petition or immigration status, as they cannot be anticipated. USCIS recently emphasized the immigration relief assistance available to those affected by Typhoon Haiyan last week in the Philippines. The following options may be available to affected Filipono nationals: Change or extension of nonimmigrantAn alien who seeks temporary entry to...
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DHS Extends TPS for Somalia

The Department of Homeland SecurityThe mission of the DHSThe mission of the Department of Homeland Security -The many men and women who daily protect our borders and secure our country are committed to the safety of our homeland. DHS is now responsible for immigration and naturalizationThe conferring, by any means, of citizenship upon a person after birth.. Visit the DHS web site for more...
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