Archive - October 2016

How to Renew a U.S. Passport

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A passport is an important travel documentation, as well as an evidence of identification for a citizen of the U.S. A Miami immigration lawyer advises individuals to renew the passport with minimum nine months prior to its expiration.

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How the Immigration Legislation in the U.S. Changed through the Years

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The U.S. started regulating immigration ever since 1790, with laws which tended to impose limits to favoring Europeans in the early stages. In 1965 an entirely new legislation enabled immigrants from other parts of the world to come and live in the U.S.

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Activities with the B2 Status in the U.S.

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The B2 nonimmigrant visa in the U.S. is issued to visitors who come in the country on a temporary basis and for pleasure purposes. The activities with the B2 status in the U.S. are limited, having certain permissions and prohibitions, depending on the various executive branch agencies.

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What does the Waiver of Inadmissibility Mean?

What does the Waiver of Inadmissibility Mean? image October 14, 2016

The waiver of inadmissibility in the U.S. means the allowance for legal entry inside the country of a person who otherwise would not be allowed to enter in the U.S. because of one or more grounds.

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