Monthly Archives: August 2020

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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COVID-19, Extensions of Status, and Section 222(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act

With the raging of the pandemic, cancelled flights, and travel restrictions, thousands of visitors have been stranded in the United States.  While some legal relief has been provided for delayed departures for those who entered without visas under the Visa … 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