4 Non-Immigrant Visa Facts
Do you have questions about immigration and visas? Check out these 4 non-immigrant visa facts, then call our New Jersey lawyer to get started.
Studying Abroad Having a Green Card
- USCIS created the I-131 form which allows you to obtain a reentry permit, which gives you the option to stay outside of the U.S. for two years.
- You are required to submit fingerprints when applying for reentry, and proof of why you want to stay abroad.
Eligibility for the U Visa After Being Abused By My Former Spouse
- A U Visa is used for victims of serious crimes and domestic violence.
- You must be willing to help law enforcement by signing a I-918.
- Once a U Visa is completed you will receive a work Visa good for 3 years.
Options for a Green Card if Abused
- There is a program called VAWA (Violence Against Women act) which she could apply for. This program is also available for men.
- You must be cohabitating with the individual and actively married, along with showing proof that the marriage was legitimate.
- You will be able to sponsor yourself at this point with the I-360 petition, while providing proof of the marriage and the abuse.
How the 3-10 Year Bar Effects a Visa Holding Relative
- A 3 year bar affects people who have been in the U.S. for six months to a year but have left and come back in that time frame.
- A 10 year bar affects people who have an unlawful status for over 1 year.
Do you have questions about these 4 non-immigrant visa facts? If so, contact our experienced New Jersey Non-Immigrant Visa Lawyer to guide you and schedule your legal consultation.
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