I am an Australian singer songwriter as well as a missionary
Hi. I am an Australian singer songwriter as well as a missionary worker for my church as well as own a company in the USA. I have had several visas over the last decade including P and O and B1/2. Right now I am on a B1 and I am thinking to change back to O because I need to tour the USA to promote a new album but at the same time I will continue my missionary work (which I receive money for) as well as run my company in the USA. Which visa do you recommend?
! I maintained membership in "A" denomination immediate
Hi!I maintained membership in "A" denomination for the immediate 24 months before filing R petition with USCIS.They approved it after 6 months. Now I am applying for R Visa in my home country but I stopped going to a church under "A" but I intend to go back to a church under "A". Will this be an issue ?In short, I maintained 2 yr membership when filing R but did not maintain it when applying for R visa.Please advise.
R-1 Petition valid 08/2011 ~ 01/2014.
Dear GuillermoR-1 Petition valid 08/2011 ~ 01/2014.When R-1 came to USA with R-1 Visa (valid till 01/31/2014), they gave I-94 valid till 02/01/2015, When I-2 came to USA on 06/04/2013, they give I-94 valid till 06/02/2016. As you can see, I-94 is way longer than the exp. date of the R visa.1 week ago, R-2 left USA without knowing need for another R-2 Visa to return.Now R-2 is overseas but R-1 still valid till 02/01/2015. Is there a way for R-2 to receive R-2 visa NOW without Petition?
I am a national of E.U. country. Today had an appointment
Hello Sir:I am a national of E.U. country. Today had an appointment with local US counselor and left US embassy with "Cancelled Visa" in black letters. It was R visa Type/Class B1/B2. Travelled to US many times, never overstaying. Last time last fall. No explanations on why, no reasons provided...Was told it;s a decision of State Department. Counselor suggested to apply again. Visa's expiration was 2018.Would appreciate your advise.
We hire temporary employees for short term (1 week or so) projects.
We hire temporary employees for short term (1 week or so) projects. Recently an applicant presented a foreign passport and a visa to us. The Visa did not have an I-551 stamp on it, and was an "R" type visa with an employer listed on it. Would we be in violation of USCIS if we hired the employee based on these documents? It appears an "R" visa is for religious orginizations and we ourselves are NOT a religious organization. Is there any other documentation we could request from the employee?
Hi, I have three questions:
1- I was approved to R1 on October
Hi, I have three questions:1- I was approved to R1 on October 30, 2013 and the church received the I-797 attached with a letter that they need to sent the I-824 to Kentucky for consular processing because I'm out of US. They already sent out this form with the supporting documentation and fee yesterday. How long do we need to wait for this process so I can request the visa interview?2- we applied before for I-360 due to the fact that I was working in US with H1B for 6 years but they denied this application on May 16, 2013. The fact is that they approved the R1 visa on October 30,3013 and I just find out that the 1-360 case went back to initial review on October 31,2013 stating that my alien registration number was changed.3- also my US citizen brother sent the form 1-130 in 2010 on my behalf but We decided to withdrawal this application due to the long waiting time. USCIS cancel the process on September 16,2013 and I just find out too that the record went back to initial review on November 7,2013 and says that my alien registration number was changed....I wanna know what's going on......Please advise
R-1 visa holder from Serbia has an approval notice valid from
R-1 visa holder from Serbia has an approval notice valid from 12/27/11 to 6/27/14. Visa itself is valid until 2/14/13. He entered on 4/18/12, with I-94 valid until 4/17/15. He then travelled outside of U.S. and was admitted again on 2/26/13 (12 days after visa stamp expired), with I-94 valid until 6/26/14. He travelled out of U.S. again and attempted to return to U.S. on 9/26/13 from Jamaica. He wasn't allowed to leave Jamaica for the U.S. Appears U.S.Embassy in Kingston, Jamaica doesn't process R visas for Serbian nationals. Does this person need a new I-129 or does he just have to renew his visa? Appears that the only countries that will do either are Mexico, Canada and his own country, Serbia. What is the fastest way for him to return to the U.S. legally ?
Our church is interviewing a candidate with C03B (or CO3B)
Our church is interviewing a candidate with C03B (or CO3B) visa as a religious worker. Does the visa allow us to employ this person? If we want to proceed to apply for 'permanent' status for this person, what is the best estimate on the amount of time it will take? Thank you.