Impormasyon para sa mga bisita iniisip Tungkol sa pagpapalawak ng kanilang Bisitahin o Pagbabago sa Student Katayuan
Nai-publish: Marso 1, 2012
Dayuhan na pagpasok ng U.S.. sa isang B-1/B-2 visa ay karaniwang ipinagkaloob 6 buwan sa kanilang mga port ng entry upang makamit ang layunin ng kanilang biyahe, maging ito para sa kasiyahan o negosyo. Karamihan sa mga bisita para sa negosyo o kasiyahan ay hindi mananatili sa US. para sa buong 6 buwan, since they have work and/or residences to return to overseas. For those seeking to remain in the U.S. para sa buong 6 buwang tagal ng panahon, or possibly extend or even convert their stay to another status, such as F-1 student, a variety of current trends and rules must be kept in mind. Featured below are some of the most up to date trends, policies and conditions impacting individuals entering on B-1/B-2 visas:
Applications (Form I-539) to extend visits beyond a grant of 6 months continue to be heavily scrutinized and granted only in the rarest of circumstances, such as where unexpected health problems or business conditions have arisen.
Applications to change from visitor, B-1/B-2 to student F-1 status continue to be viable, but applicants should be aware of the vast minefield at play, kasama:
* prohibition, karaniwan, against applying to school, or filing the change of status application (I-539) sa loob 90 days of entering the U.S.,
* prohibition against enrolling in school or commencing studies prior to the approval of a change of status application, at
* requirement that the applicant document his/her intent to return to their home country – e.g. property ownership, employment or educational program to return to, atbp.
An applicant for a change of status who commences studies prior to approval will end of up having their application denied. Bilang karagdagan, foreign nationals seeking to extend their visitor status will also be denied in the event they enroll in school during the term of their visit, since CIS considers such enrollment to constitute a status violation.
Publish Marso 1, 2012 - "Immigration BATAS forum"
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