Category Archives: Statute of Limitations

Surrender is Not an Option. AZTech, Integra Technologies, Aandwill, and Wireclass Update II

Thank you for all of your questions related to AZTech, Integra, Aandwill, and Wireclass. The dramatic upsurge in questions corresponds to the mass issuance of Requests for Evidence (RFE) and Notices of Intent to Deny (NOID) by USCIS to I-765 … Continue reading

Posted in 212(a)(6)(C), Aandwill, AzTech, F-1 Visa, H-1B, Immigrant Waiver, Integra Technologies, Misrepresentation, Nonimmigrant Waiver, Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID), Optional Practical Training (OPT), Request for Evidence (RFE), Statute of Limitations, STEM OPT Extension, Student Visa, Wireclass | Leave a comment

No Statute of Limitations in Visa Law – A Distressing New Phenomenon with Tragic Consequences

Statutes of limitation apply in criminal law. They were put into place to prevent the prosecution of an alleged wrongdoing after a certain number of years has gone by (usually 5-7 years). There are many reasons for this: evidence goes … Continue reading

Posted in 212(a)(6)(C), 214(b), Consular Officers, Department of State, Misrepresentation, Statute of Limitations, Visa Denial, Visa Refusal, Visa statute of limitations | Leave a comment