Category Archives: Expedited Removal

AzTech, Integra Technologies, Aandwill, and Wireless Update III

We continue to receive a surge of questions from those who have been adversely impacted by the situation surrounding AzTech, Integra, Aandwill, Wireless, and other questionable OPT-related companies. Interestingly, we have also been contacted by those who have not felt … Continue reading

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AzTech, Integra Technologies, Wireclass and Aandwill Update

Thank you for your phone calls. After speaking with so many of you, it has become obvious that those who were associated with AzTech, Integra Technologies, Wireclass and Aandwill did so with legitimate intentions and the goal of full compliance … Continue reading

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Visa Revocations and OPT

The consequences of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) investigation of the US companies Findream, Sinocontech, AzTech, Integra Technologies, Wireclass, and Aandwill are now becoming evident. Thousands of students and young professionals, primarily Chinese and Indian, have had their visas … Continue reading

Posted in 212(a)(6)(C), Aandwill, AzTech, CBP, Expedited Removal, Findream, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Integra Technologies, Misrepresentation, Nonimmigrant Waiver, Optional Practical Training (OPT), Sinocontech, Visa Revocation, Wireclass | Leave a comment

212(a)(7)(A)(i)(I) – What To Do If You Are Turned Around at the Airport and Sent Home

Today we are publishing an article on the site about Section 212(a)(7)(A)(i)(I) of the Immigration and Nationality Act. This is the decision of a Customs and Border Protection official at airports and other ports of entry not to allow an … Continue reading

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