Monthly Archives: June 2017

Myth #2: A green card = Citizenship – US Passport – Voting Right

Another myth that we often encounter is the belief that having a green card is almost the equivalent of US citizenship.  People think that with the exception of having a US passport and the right to vote, being a permanent … Continue reading

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Myth #1: A 214(b) Denial is Only for a Lack of “Ties”

I am often contacted by those refused visas under Section 214(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, and asked: “How can this be? I have great ties to my country. Married, kids, a good job.  How can they say I … Continue reading

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Visa Myths

Every day in my practice I encounter erroneous information and false facts. With a view towards dispelling this misinformation, I am introducing a series of blogs to discuss some of the most popular visa myths.  I hope the reader finds … Continue reading

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