Category Archives: US VISA NEWS

Obama Ends ‘Wet Foot, Dry Foot’ Policy for Cubans

Favored Immigration Policy for Cubans Ends Today On Thursday, January 12, president Barack Obama had announced that he will be ending the longstanding “wet foot, dry foot” policy that allows Cubans who arrive on American soil without a visa to become permanent residents. Obama wrote “By taking this step, we are treating Cuban migrants the […]

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Cuban Immigration to U.S. Continues to Spike in 2016

The complex geopolitical relationship between the United States and Cuba has frozen the island nation for more than half a century. In 2014, President Barack Obama decided to melt the remaining animosity from the cold war, restoring diplomacy with a country that’s only 90 miles away. Prior to this change, the United States considered Cuba […]

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Why a Lebanese-Nigerian Billionaire/ Clinton Supporter Was Denied entry to the US

The rise of terrorism has resulted in numerous nations tightening their borders, including the United States. To protect the U.S. against external terror groups, detailed background checks are often conducted to shed light on those who support known terrorist groups. When government security organizations believe that a traveler has ties to extremists, entry will be […]

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Are You a US Truck Driver Who Wants to Work in Canada?

Land the driver’s job you want, where you want. Your experience, training, and knowledge of the industry can all help you move north. Here’s what you’ll need to know in order to get started. United States Versus Canadian Qualifications The basic requirement for being a truck driver is essentially the same in the United States and […]

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Teens Detained After Crossing U.S. Border Playing Pokémon Go

The official motto of Pokémon Go – “gotta catch ‘em all!” – also happens to be the mandate of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection team. While Pokémon refers to the collection of cute little anime monsters, United States border officers strive to catch anyone who attempts to enter the U.S. illegally, whether on purpose […]

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Deadlock Halts Obama’s Immigration Plan

“Seldom have the hopes of so many been crushed by so few words,” stated Walter Dellinger, Solicitor General for the Clinton administration. This was his response to the latest news from the United States Supreme Court, which voted on a case that challenged the legal legitimacy of President Barack Obama’s immigration plan. Up to five […]

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Donald Trump Dares His Critics to Move to Canada

“I’ll be doing a great service to our country,” states Republican candidate Donald Trump, responding to celebrity comments that an exodus to Canada will result if the current leader of the GOP nomination takes the Oval Office. Of course, there have been many occasions in which an existential threat appears to spur citizens of the […]

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L-1 Visas Vs. H-1B Visas: Which Do I Need?

Determining the right kind of visa for you can be challenging. While the variety of visas available makes it so that a diverse range of applicants have the opportunity to apply for U.S. visas, this variety is also somewhat confusing. And applying for the right visa is crucial to maximizing your chances to come to […]

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How To Sponsor a Caregiver In the USA

Many people find themselves in need of a caregiver, whether for themselves, their children, a parent, or a disabled relative. Meanwhile, in addition to the challenges of managing childcare when many families have both parents working, AARP reports an impending shortage of family caregivers, in a country where a large portion of the population is approaching old […]

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When Is The Next Green Card Lottery?

For many, the Green Card Lottery represents the chance for a new life in a new country. The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, commonly known as the Green Card Lottery, makes available up to 50,000 immigrant visas each year. The lottery randomly selects eligible applicants from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. As the U.S. […]

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