U.S.A. immigration guide: including the new rules for the Immigration Act of 1990 with new opportunities for investor permanent residency and non-immigrant visas
Written and edited by attorneys, this new edition presents up-to-date information on all employment categories and visas. Includes a new chapter discussing rights to own real estate and rights to start a business, plus a new glossary, complete index, and easy-to-use, blank forms.
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PERMANENT IMMIGRANT VISAS
TEMPORARY NONIMMIGRANT VISAS
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admission and/or Attorney baccalaureate degree Canadian citizen change of status classification corporation Department of Labor designated school official District documentation domestic workers duration of stay E-2 visa eligible employment authorization enter the United enterprise entry establish evidence exclusion extension of stay Federal Building Florida foreign person Form Guam H-1B visa he/she his/her home country IMMACT90 immigrant visa Immigration and Naturalization income individual intended employment intention investment investor issued L-1 visa labor certification labor condition application least license manager marriage minister of religion Naturalization Service non-immigrant visa nurse obtain organization perform period permanent visa preference priority date professional qualified real estate real property refugee registered nurse regulations religious denomination request specialized knowledge specialty occupation spouse student Suboffice substantial temporary visa treaty U.S. citizen U.S. Consulate abroad U.S. employer U.S. workers United States citizen visa application visa category visa petition waiver