Approximately 43.3 million foreign-born people currently live in the United States. And in today’s complicated political climate, many immigrants and refugees are looking for definitive — and permanent — legal status. If you are seeking an immigration status change, then … more
By : admin. | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on From Tourist to Student: Mother of Three Obtains Approval to Pursue Studies in the United States
27th Nov 2018
After submitting multiple applications with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and living in a state of great uncertainty for several months, Priscilla was overjoyed when she finally received approval of her F-1 student status application and was allowed to begin her studies in the United States. more
By : admin. | Category : Success Stories | Comments Off on From Tourist to Student: Mother of Three Obtains Approval to Pursue Studies in the United States
Changing your status from “tourist” to “student” has always been challenging. It was made even more difficult recently with a change in government policy, which requires a person to maintain valid tourist status while the request for student status is pending. Add in bad advice from an attorney and it becomes nearly impossible . . . but not completely impossible. Here is the story of one of our clients who was able to overcome all of the above and is now lawfully studying in the U.S. more
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