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What Is a Dual Intent Visa?
What Is a Dual Intent Visa?

When you apply for a nonimmigrant (temporary) visa, an adjudicating officer will generally deny your application if they believe you intend on moving to the U.S. permanently. As such, you typically need to prove that you have a residence in your country of origin that you ...

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Blog posts in Visas

  • Adjustment of Status vs. Consular Processing: What’s the Difference?

    Have you decided to apply for a green card? There are many different paths to permanent residence, and knowing what to expect from the process can ...

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  • Trump Extends & Expands Immigration Ban

    Because of COVID-19, the U.S. economy is suffering, and unemployment has skyrocketed. The Trump administration has largely used this crisis as a ...

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  • What Happens if You Overstay Your Visa?

    Nonimmigrant visas are temporary. You might obtain a nonimmigrant visa for a variety of reasons, including business, tourism, temporary work, ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Investor Visas

    Are you considering investing in a U.S. business? You may qualify for an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa. The qualifications are highly specific, ...

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  • What is the Difference Between a B-1 Visa and a B-2 Visa?

    Visitors who plan on temporarily staying in the United States must have a temporary visa in order to do so. There are two types of visitor visas: B-1 ...

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