My visa was canceled because I arrived to the US more than 30 days before my class starts. Honestly I didn't know they had this policy (even my university advisor told me it's okay to travel back to the US with my F-1 visa).
Does this mean I can't participate in CPT/OPT anymore? Does this mean my SEVIS record is also terminated?
Hello! My husband (Sweden) just got approval for his immigration visa and will be receiving it soon. When he is ready to travel here (MI, USA) does it matter which airport he comes to? Typically he will land in JFK and then take a connecting flight to DTW, but if it's possible to come directly to DTW that would be preferable. Any information is appreciated, thanks!
Hello I am interested in officially stop being a green card holder before the end of the year. Current processes time is longer then two months which I guess mean sending i-407 by mail wont do it. Therefore I am considering submitting the form at a port of entry while entering the US. My question is if this is possible and if I will he allow in the US after submitting it? Also, if I submit it personally at the border, is there a process time or do I stop being a resident officially?
Thanks for any help
Is it allowed? Anyone here did it successfully?
Introduced: Sponsor: Sen. John Cornyn [R-TX]
This bill was referred to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs which will consider it before sending it to the Senate floor for consideration.
In the recent case of Taylor v. Newfoundland and Labrador the court held that the province can ban non-residents from entering from other provinces. But what about non-residents of Canada entering from a foreign nation?
Suppose that an individual is a citizen of Canada and of France. The individual lives in St Pierre and Miquelon, and is a non-resident of Canada. The individual travels by boat to Newfoundland and presents herself to the CBSA.
Can NL deny entry to the individual and send them back to Miquelon? Can NL admit the individual but deport them to another province? Or is the province compelled to admit the individual and allow them free movement in NL after the 14 day isolation?
Can I (Canadian) renew a TN visa at any US port of entry (POE)? For example, if I'm in Vegas and there's apparently a POE at the airport here. Can I just do there to handle my renewal? Before, I was under the impression that I'd have to fly back to Canada with everything and re-enter the US to get it. Thanks!
Say your sponsor lives in calgary and they applied from there while you’re in another country. Your PR is then approved. Are you required to land in Calgary or can you land in say, Toronto for example or any other port of entry?
I'm about to apply for a work permit via port of entry to Canada from the US. Never done anything remotely like this before. I was wondering if anyone with experience doing this could provide some advice. First, what documents do I need to get on the plane given travel restrictions? Second, when I get to the airport, is there a physical office I go to in order to apply for the work permit? Or do I tell the airport staff receiving me I need to apply for a work permit and they'll direct me? Thanks for any advice!
Hopefully they filled the quota and won’t be doing that shit for a while.
All right you truckers...
I've had about enough of being stopped at the Evanston Wyoming Port of entry for no reason. It seems like every time I go in there I waste about 35 minutes of my time, before I'm allowed to go on my way.
What's the best route to take to bypass the scale if you're headed eastbound coming from Utah?
I see that there are a couple of options that involve dirt roads, but I'm wondering if there's something better out there that I'm not seeing?
Any help / advice is appreciated
I've seen info on immigration websites that US Passport holders with a job offer (and employment number) and coming from the US can just go to a port of entry and be issued their work permit because of the NAFTA trade agreement. But none of these sites have been updated since COVID-19. Does anyone know if this is still valid at the moment with the border restrictions?
I'm a US citizen living in Europe, expecting a job offer very soon. I'm trying to figure out if it's best to try to go back to the US so I can enter Canada from there.
I’m headed to Tijuana on Saturday for a brief consultation for a medical procedure and I’ll be coming home (on foot) around mid afternoon. Any idea what the times have been like for pedestrians on Saturday afternoons? I’ll probably be using the old border crossing, not the new one as that’s the one I’m most familiar with. I’m open to either one though. Thanks in advance!