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Jul
17
comment My current passport expires in June 2013, my American visa expires in June 2015. What should I do to travel to the US?
@trideceth12: It is normal.
Jul
8
comment Can I just go to a country like Canada to apply for a new US Visa?
@happybuddha: No. They're just electronic now.
Jul
7
answered Can I just go to a country like Canada to apply for a new US Visa?
Jul
2
answered Fastest way to obtain a China tourism visa in Hawaii?
Jul
2
comment If I have an outstanding medical bill in America, can I go back there?
@SpehroPefhany: The feds are not debt collectors. However, to enter the U.S. on a nonimmigrant status, the person must prove that they will not become a public charge. And if it comes to the government's attention that a hospital bill from a past visit is unpaid, I would imagine it would weigh negatively on whether they think you will not be a public charge on this visit.
Jun
29
comment Canadian by birth but US green card - living in UK but returning to live in US?
Were any of your parents U.S. citizens or become U.S. citizens before you were 18? If so, you are likely a U.S. citizen already.
Jun
26
comment Does a US immigration officer really have the power to deny entry to the country at personal will?
Also, this doesn't apply to U.S. citizens; U.S. citizens can never be denied entry to the U.S.
Jun
25
revised Does a US immigration officer really have the power to deny entry to the country at personal will?
grammar . .
Jun
25
suggested suggested edit on Does a US immigration officer really have the power to deny entry to the country at personal will?
Jun
25
comment I want to travel to the USA while working remotely for my non-US employer
B1 is a business visa, and it makes little sense if cannot do things remotely for the foreign employer for whom you are in the U.S. to conduct business.
Jun
24
comment Lost european passports and visas in California
Visa and authorized stay are different things. Visa is only for entry. They have already entered.
Jun
20
comment Travel with a Finnish and a Pakistani Passport
@jpatokal: I saw that too. The statement just says "allows its citizens to hold dual citizenship". Technically it's still correct (just not specific) to say that when it's possible with 16 countries. Of the 3 sources, one is the original law; the embassy link says dual nationality is only possible with the U.S. and Sweden; and the 3rd link article claims "allows Pakistani citizens to have dual nationality", again it could be just not specific. Another article I found (tribune-intl.com/?p=1857) explicitly names the 16 countries.
Jun
20
answered Travel with a Finnish and a Pakistani Passport
Jun
20
answered It is possible to travel from London, England to Detroit, USA using a British convention travel document?
Jun
20
comment US temporary visa
"So, as per US laws, they don't have my mother as their daughter." Your mother is their daughter; this is a fact and is true in every country. It is not different "per U.S. law". Your grandparents may have lied or misrepresented on their immigration applications, which may be a problem (their problem), but it doesn't have anything to do with your visa application. If U.S. visa officials notice the discrepancy, you have the documents to prove what you claim is right.
Jun
18
comment US Permanent Resident and Citizen of Uzbekistan traveling to Canada do I need a visa?
@Vince: It directly answers the question. What are you talking about?
Jun
18
answered US Permanent Resident and Citizen of Uzbekistan traveling to Canada do I need a visa?
Jun
17
comment Trips betwen USA <-> China via Canada. Canadian transit visa needed?
@AriBrodsky: In Vancouver and Toronto terminal 1 (the only terminals where TWOV is offered to those eligible for it), you go directly to US pre-clearance without going CBSA.
Jun
17
answered Trips betwen USA <-> China via Canada. Canadian transit visa needed?
Jun
17
comment Trips betwen USA <-> China via Canada. Canadian transit visa needed?
@Szabolcs: well the Chinese national would not "need a visa to enter all of USA, China, Canada" would they?