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What are Health Problems?

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You can be refused admission to the United States if you have HIV, tuberculosis, a sexual transmitted disease, or if you

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What are Immigrant Visas – Green Cards?

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Most people who get immigrant visas, or green cards, do so because they are related to either a

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What are Visas?

What are K Visas – For Fiancé or Spouse?

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U.S. Citizens can also bring their fiancés or spouses to the United States under a K

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An Overview of Visas

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United States Consuls are charged with issuing different types of visas, allowing a person to work, attend school, or

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What is Labor Certification?

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Again, someone applying for an employment-based visa as either a professional with an advanced degree or bachelors degree must generally get

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What are B-1 Visas – Visas for Business?

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B-1 Visas are for people coming into the United States for business reasons, but are not employees

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What are Nonimmigrant Visas?

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A nonimmigrant visa is a stamp put on your passport that allows you to come into the United States for a

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What are B-2 Visas – Visas for Tourist or Pleasure?

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B-2 Visas are for visitors coming into the United States for reasons other than work

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What are Post 9-11 Inadmissibility Grounds?

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The enactment of the U.S.A. Patriot Act, following the September 11, 2001 attacks, provides several new grounds for inadmissibility.

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