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What if you overstay your visa?

On Behalf of Empire Immigration Law, PLLC | Jun 25, 2023 | Visas One common misstep that people make when they come to the United States is that they overstay their visa. A visa gives them permission to enter the country legally, but it does have an expiration date. Staying past this date will cause

Visa Waivers And Admissibility

Who Is Eligible For A Visa Waiver? The Visa Waiver Program allows people from certain countries to travel to the United States without a visa and remain here for up to 90 days. They’re available for business or tourism. Currently, 40 countries participate in the program. Strict passport requirements do

Nonimmigrant Visas

Getting A Temporary (Nonimmigrant) Visa If you want to come to the United States on a temporary basis, whether that is for work, to visit or for medical reasons, you will want to get a nonimmigrant visa. While they are very helpful for a temporary stay in the country, you

Investor Visas

Considering Pursuing An Investor Visa? Getting a green card (lawful permanent residence) in the United States can be a challenging process. Many visa categories are subject to strict eligibility requirements and quotas, which not many people qualify for, and those who do may face lengthy wait times. Finding an employer

Fiancé Visa

Guidance On The Many Intricacies Of Fiancé Visas Are you hoping to come to the United States and marry your fiancé? Are you a U.S. citizen or a green card holder skiing to bring your fiancé to the U.S.? Immigration lawyer Ramon Irizarry at Empire Immigration Law, PLLC in Buffalo,