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01Sep2022

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15Jul2022

Preparing for the J-1 Exchange Visa Interview

How to successfully navigate your J-1 visa interview What to Expect in the J-1 Interview One important step of every J-1 visa application is the visa interview which occurs at the U.S. Embassy or consulate in the applicant’s home country. The visa interview is the last step before the U.S. government is able to determine […]

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15Jul2022

5 Tips for Getting Your J-1 Visa Approved

Helpful tips to prepare a strong J-1 visa application Exchange programs can provide an enriching educational and cultural experience for people looking to explore a new country. If you’re interested in attending a U.S. exchange program, you’ll likely need to apply for a J-1 (exchange visitor) visa before entering the U.S. and starting your program. […]

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12Jul2022

Supreme Court Tosses Trump-Era Public Charge Case

Thirteen Republican-led states tried to intervene to revive the dead lawsuit The U.S. Supreme Court today threw out an attempt by Arizona and 12 other states to defend a controversial Trump-era policy that made it harder for legal immigrants to live in the country if they used or relied on certain public benefits. The policy, […]

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12Jul2022

Safest U.S. States for LGBTQ Immigrants

A list of U.S. states that rank high for LGBTQ rights Deciding which state to live and where to start your life in the U.S. is an important question for every new immigrant. For LGBTQ immigrants, this question may feel even more complex. Navigating safety concerns, gaining access to comprehensive healthcare, and ensuring a welcoming […]

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12Jul2022

11 Must-Watch Immigration Shows and Movies for Summer

Boundless' roundup of immigrant-themed shows and movies to watch this summer Summer is the perfect time to cozy up with loved ones and watch a new movie or binge a new television series. If you’re looking for an immigrant-themed watch, Boundless rounded up some of our recent favorites for you to check out: Aisha Letitia […]

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02Nov2021

White House Lifts Travel Restrictions on Fully Vaccinated Travelers

The Biden administration recently announced that international travelers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be allowed to enter the U.S. after months of travel restrictions. Starting on Nov. 8, foreigners flying into the U.S. will need to provide proof of full vaccination as well as a negative COVID-19 test taken within 3 days of […]

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14Oct2021

U.S. to Reopen Canada and Mexico Land Borders For Vaccinated Travelers

White House says it will lift ban in early November The U.S. government will lift travel restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico starting in November for fully vaccinated travelers, reuniting families who have been separated since March 2020. All travelers hoping to enter the United States at a land border crossing will […]

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20Sep2019

Case Returned to USCIS – What Now?

"My CR1 visa was sent back to the USCIS on February 26th, no feedback yet. What can be the issue? Everything was legitimate, my husband is a citizen and we've been married since December 2016." Unfortunately, we're hearing this all too often from many of our applicants and more so probably in the last 6 […]

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09Aug2019

Old I-693 Medical Exam Forms Soon to be Rejected

The USCIS has updated to a new version of form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record. However, up until the time of this post, they are still accepting the old version of the form. Starting September 23, 2019, the USCIS will only accept the 07/15/19 edition. Until then, you can use the old version of the I-693 which is the 10/19/17 edition.

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