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But from what I’ve read, a Visa doesn’t guarantee entry... what are the chances of me now being denied entry by an agent at the border? Exceedingly small. That disclaimer is there because the immigration officer (IO) may uncover grounds of inadmissibility that were not considered by the visa officer. For example, the IO may develop a suspicion that your ...


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If you watch any of the documentary series about border forces in any country, you’ll see many cases of people being denied entry, even (or probably even often) when they held a visa. Even if those documentaries are not representative of the whole spectrum of entry refusals, consider the cases they show. In most cases, it’s because they find out that there ...


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You have two options that can speed up your passport: An expedited processing option - This process can speed up the processing time from 4 to 6 weeks to 2 to 3 weeks. This will be an extra fee of $60. Details can be viewed on the GOV website: An expedited service - From a Google Search, some view services like Rushmypassport as not useful (some haven'...


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As you attended the check, and if your record is recently clean you should be allowed to enter. The US GOV website provides a statement for this: Can I be admitted into the United States if I have a misdemeanor or a criminal record (for example a DUI)? The United States (U.S.) does not deny entry to persons that has a "Driving Under the Influence" (...


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You're asking about a) the alcohol, and b) whether they will refuse you. They won't refuse you for the alcohol. That matter was settled at visa application time. The only way it will rear its ugly head is if you present to the immigration officer evidencing that the settlement was a lie. They will have done a basic screening for all the usual stuff (...


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You are OK to travel, if you come back in January 2020 since your Green Card will expire in March of 2020 provided you have a valid travel document (passport or refugee travel document). I assume your intention is to become a US citizen and therefore please note the following from FindLaw: Immigration ..to become a naturalized citizen ... you must have ...


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I believe what you're looking for is a second passport because your first one is not actually lost. Most countries have provisions like that and your situation appears to fit the rule. How to Get a Second Passport


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The State Department has a helpful page on How to Apply for a Passport. In 2009, I renewed my passport by mail, using the normal service. It took two weeks, so it doesn't seem worthwhile to pay for the faster service unless you really can't afford to receive the passport late. That is, if the service is still so prompt. I wanted to test this when I ...


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This is also verified by an email with the CBP info centre: U.S. citizens and Canadian visitors can use Mobile Passport Control. Travelers must have a smart phone that can connect to the Internet or mobile network.. As a TN visa holder you are not considered a visitor and therefore you cannot use the CBP Mobile Passport Control app. No you can’t use the ...


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There is basically nothing you can do. She might not have a ban, but they can still deny nonimmigrant visas for "failure to overcome the presumption of immigrant intent" if there is anything they do not like in her history, and they do not like someone who stayed in the US, say, 1-2 years, on a visitor visa, even if their I-94 happened to be given for that ...


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US visas do not have a start date. You can enter the US the same day as the visa is stamped in your passport. Remember that it is the visa which allows you to travel to the US.


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Did you get some money from your university to do the PhD? In that case write your current university. Else write "not employed". Write the truth. Do not overthink about the best answer you can give. They will eventually ask. You come fresh from university, so it is ok not to have a previous job. This is also an advantage, which differentiate you from ...


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You should contact the insurer for details on how it works and what is covered and when/how/what to pay. Normally when you go to a hospital, when filling out the various forms, you enter your insurance information. Anecdotal: My parents were in Italy and my dad had a heart operation (needed to install a pacemaker) The hospital stay and everything medical ...


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On calling Disney World they told OP that he has to use the site for his country, as they need different details and do bookings different depending on where the guests live.


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