Monthly Archives: July 2017

Parole – The “Hail Mary” Option

The granting of parole was recently in the news. As discussed elsewhere on this site, parole is the “last chance” after other visa options have been exhausted.  A sympathetic case was the recent approval for a team of girls from … Continue reading

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Myth #3 – A Consul can “close” a nonimmigrant visa application

Z contacted our firm recently with an unusual request: help him submit a new B visa application to a US consulate after he was told that his previous application was “closed.”  Not understanding exactly what this meant, I asked him … Continue reading

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