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She can file Form I-539 for Extension of Status at any point up until her status expires. The application just has to be officially received by USCIS before her status expires. If she filed her Extension of Status application before her status expired, she can stay in the US while it is pending even if her status expires in the meantime. The government will ...


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My wife, a Canadian citizen, and I, a U.S. citizen but a Canadian Permanent Resident, returned from the U.S. to Canada on Saturday, March 21. We had been snowbirds in Florida since November. Things may change, but the Prime Minister has called for Canadians to come home. In driving, we passed numerous motorhomes and 5th-wheels with Quebec plates. At customs,...


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If you do, self-isolate for 14 days before getting close to family. Don't be "that guy" - you know the one. The selfish one who becomes the "index patient" for that county. Treat it just the same as New Zealand is treating visitors. Can you go on a 6-week grand tour of the Lord of the Rings filming sites and all of NZ's wonders? Welcome with open arms -...


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I had no idea, so I did a bit of googling. I suggest, these mountains belong to the Rampart Range


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You do not need an attorney. However, the I-539 form has five pages of questions. Can you answer them all? For example, are you eligible to extend your status, or must you instead apply to change to another status? If you entered as a B-1 visitor, for example, you might need to change to B-2 if you have no more business meetings planned. If you have a ...


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As someone who has resided in Canada for nearly two years, you are probably best advised to apply in Canada in any case. A US consulate in Mexico would have more trouble verifying your information from the last two years, after all, than will one in Canada. Here's what the US Department of State has to say about it, at Visas for Canadian and Mexican NAFTA ...


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As a semi pro poker player I travel in and out of the US with cash over 10k frequently over the years, I have never had any issues when declaring the cash. I have had my papers in order of course where is the money from etc, where in Vegas or AC will I be staying and for how long. If leaving the US then receipts etc from casinos and so on. As long as your ...


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Let's suppose you succeed in getting away to your family living a few hours distant. Have you stopped to consider the probable reaction of others in the community there. Things have got very nasty in the Scottish Highlands in relation to numerous campervans and motorhomes coming from England to escape the Coronavirus, overwhelming the limited food resources ...


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