Monthly Archives: September 2020

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

Posted in 212(a)(6)(C), Aandwill, Adjustment of Status, AzTech, Change of Status, Expedited Removal, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Integra Technologies, Misrepresentation, Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID), Notice of Intent to Revoke (NOIR), Optional Practical Training (OPT), Request for Evidence (RFE), Revocation, STEM OPT Extension, Student Visas, Visa Revocation, Wireclass | Leave a comment

Green Card Holder Stranded Outside the US Due to COVID-19

As more and more individuals have found themselves stranded outside the US due to COVID-19, the question for permanent residents is more than mere inconvenience.  A US legal permanent resident is bound by fixed time frames. Specifically, an absence from … Continue reading

Posted in Abandonment of Green Card, DS-117, Green Card Abandonment, Immigrant Visa, Returning Resident Visa, SB-1 Visa | Leave a comment

The Fat Lady, Stowaways, and Alien Smugglers

“It ain’t over till the fat lady sings…”  The opera expression widely used in sports has taken on a whole new relevance in the immigration world.  No longer are government agencies approving applications and deferring to previously-approved applications or adjudications. … Continue reading

Posted in 212(a)(6)(C), 212(a)(6)(E), Abandonment of Green Card, Adjustment of Status, Alien Smuggling, Change of Status, Consular Officers, Green Card Abandonment, Misrepresentation, Naturalization, Sham Marriage, Stowaway | Leave a comment

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