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Many law firms remain open during this time because they provide essential services to people who find themselves in urgent situations. While the world focuses
On March 27, 2020, the United States Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS) announced a 60 day extension to the response date set forth on Requests
What can I do if my nonimmigrant status is about to expire or if it has already expired during the coronavirus pandemic?
If your nonimmigrant status is about to expire, we highly advise that you seek a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney as soon as possible.
As of the time of writing, the United States has not issued travel restrictions on international departures. However, countries around the world are closing their
What options does a visitor on the Visa Waiver Program (ESTA/VWP) have to stay in the United States beyond ninety (90) days?
ESTA is strictly restricted to only ninety (90) days of admission. However, the United States government can grant Satisfactory Departure in times of emergency, which
Every nonimmigrant admitted into the United States is issued an I-94 Form reflecting their period of authorized admission. It is the date of authorized admission
If the CBP officer grants the person admission into the U.S., the officer will use the classification listed on the visa to determine the period of authorized admission.
The worldwide pandemic has particularly significant implications for this classification of people.