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What Happens when you Overstay a United States visa?

May 1, 2013 /

Many foreign nationals require visas in order to enter the United States, even just for visiting. In most cases, they will also require a permit in order to work there. These visas or permits are all temporary and they have expiry dates. A condition of these visas is that you leave the United States before […]

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B-1 Visa for Business Trip in the United States

April 28, 2013 / /

A lot of foreign nationals don’t realize that even if they have a business trip in the United States, they may still require a visa. There are different types of visitor visas available for the United States, and one of those visas is the B-1 business visitor visa. If you are a Canadian citizen, you […]

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Do I need a visa to attend a business conference in the United States

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Many people do not realize that even an individual who must go to the United States for a short period of time to attend a business conference could be required to obtain a visa. They would need a special type of visitor visa, called a business visitor visa. This is different than a regular visitor […]

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Can I Enter the US if I have a Criminal Record for DUI?

April 26, 2013 / /

Unfortunately, no matter what shape your life is in now, having a criminal record for a DUI no matter how long ago this conviction occurred, can make it difficult to travel to different countries. For example, Canada will not let you enter normally if you have a conviction for a DUI, while the United States […]

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Can I enter the United States with a DUI?

April 25, 2013 / /

It is not always clear what kind of criminal convictions will result in your being denied entry to the United States. A DUI, in particular, can result in your inadmissibility to the United States, especially if there are additional criminal convictions or multiple DUI offenses on your record. Entering the United States with a DUI […]

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Can I Enter the US with a DUI?

April 24, 2013 / /

Entering the US with a DUI is difficult. A DUI (Driving under the influence, or DWI – driving while intoxicated) is a very serious offense in both the United States and Canada, although at the border they may be treated a little differently. Canada, as a general rule, will not allow people into the country […]

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Do I need a visa for a business meeting in the United States

April 23, 2013 /

Are you a foreign national who wishes to travel to the United States in order to attend a business meeting? You are not alone! The United States is a very important global hub of international business, with many visitors every year attending meetings, conferences and conventions. However, not everyone can just head to the United […]

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TN Visa Refusal – Case Study

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Client’s Issue or Problem Client applied for a TN Visa application and was denied. The Client previously did not have representation but the prospective US Petitioning company, advised the Client that an attorney’s representation was not needed. Our Solution (Type of Visa/Action Recommended, What We Did) Upon taking an in-depth look at the application, as […]

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Do I need a visa to attend a business convention in the US

April 22, 2013 / /

The United States is home to hundreds – if not more – of business conventions and conferences every single year. These conventions attract many people from all over the world, and they can be vital networking and business opportunities for foreign nationals who deal with the United States in business. Many of these foreign nationals, […]

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Is there a Retirement Visa for the United States?

April 21, 2013 /

Every year, many Canadian citizens flock to the United States in search of a warmer climate. Whether they only wish to spend their winters in the United States or they want to live in the United States permanently after they retire, they will have to do so through the proper channels and in the proper […]

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