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It doesn’t matter what immigration needs might be, the immigration process can be extremely complex. If you don’t have an experienced and dedicated Houston immigration attorney to provide immigration help and a legal advice, understanding different parts of the immigration law may seem difficult. That’s the reason US Immigration Houston Attorney Gasana from Law Office of Claudine U. Gasana has taken the time to prepare the list of frequently asked questions and to write informative immigration news and blog posts. By getting a better understanding of your own immigration case, you can determine just how the Houston immigration attorney and Houston Visa Lawyer Gasana can help you.

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H-1B Specialty Occupation Work Visa

The future of H-1B Specialty Occupation Work Visa in limbo as many changes are being implemented by the Department of Homeland Security

The H-1B non-immigrant work visa allows skilled foreign workers who hold at least a bachelor’s degree to be hired by U.S. employers in a “specialty occupation.” The maximum validity of ...
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H1-B Registration Rule

USCIS’ Proposed H1-B Registration Rule Creates More Uncertainty for Employers Just months short of the normal starting date for the annual H-1B petition process, USCIS has proposed major changes. U.S ...
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Ending Birthright Citizenship Could Put All Americans’ Nationality in Jeopardy

Written by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick from American Immigration Council On Monday night, President Trump told reporters that he intended to end birthright citizenship and claimed that he could do so with an executive ...
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Frequently Asked Immigration Questions

J-1 Physicians: J-1 Waiver FAQS

What is the two-year Foreign Residency Requirement for J visa holders?

This rule requires some J visa holders to reside in their home country for at least two years before they may obtain an H, L or other immigrant visa to enter the U.S. or adjust their status within the U.S. You have to serve the two years in your home country or country of last habitual (permanent) residence, even if you obtain citizenship in another country.

How may I obtain a Waiver on my two-year residency requirement?

Generally, a Waiver may be obtained through one of the following channels: 
1. An Interested Government Agency (IGA) may request that the U.S. State Department waive the Foreign Residency Requirement.

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