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HE ALREADY HAS A TEMP stamp in his Passport, however, it specifically states he cannot travel WITHOUT her... which means that HIS COMPANY pays his ticket to come up as per usual to work...IT IS/WAS legal as he was not WORKING for a US company here, he was here using facilities at a training centre training employees....
but now because of said stamp in passport he now has to buy ticket for her to come with him to enter US...they were seen/admitted July 2, and still no green card
Can he actually DO that?? Get a stamp to say that??
1. If so, why did the original one say that in the first place
2. Does that process usually take as long as waiting for the dam green card?? (lol)
OK.. so he and she will travel again to US September 2nd. Currently
they are back in their original country.... I clicked on the info pass for that country and
here were my choices...
when I clicked on info or other servies... was immediately shown there are NO appointments available in that area...
NOW comes my other question.
If they are both re-entering US via MIAMI on September 2 or 3,
CAN THEY THEN ASK FOR AN OFFICER TO REVIEW THAT STAMP HE HAS IN HIS PASSPORT RESTRICTING HIM TO ENTERING US TERRITORY WITH ONLY HER at that time???
OR, they are continuing on to ORLANDO area, try to get an info pass appointment in ORLANDO????
HELLO!!!! I submitted, above.....but it seems like it is taking longer than usual to reply...
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