Category Archives: Nonimmigrant VISA

Nonimmigrant VISA related posts from JCS Immigration

Immigrant Intent and the Dual Intent Doctrine

Immigrant Intent and the Dual Intent Doctrine

 

What is a nonimmigrant visa?

 

A nonimmigrant visa is a visa that is issued to a foreign national who intends to be present in the U.S. for a temporary period.  This period varies for different nonimmigrant categories. There are more...

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J-2 Visas for Spouses and Child(ren) of J-1 Visa Holders

J-2 Visas for Spouses and Child(ren) of J-1 Visa Holders

Many J-1 exchange visitors may obtain J-2 visas for spouses and unmarried children under the age of 21 to accompany them to the United States.  Eligibility for a J-2 visa depends on the specific exchange program being offered to the J-1 non-immigrant...

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J-1 to U.S. Green Card

J-1 to Green Card

The J-1 visa is a dual intent visa, which means that you are able to apply for adjustment of status to a lawful permanent resident in the United States without invalidating your J visa status.  Individuals present in the United States on J-1 visas are eligible to apply for a Green...
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