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The best answer to your question will come from an Embassy or Consulate of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. I am unable to find (in English) any "live" websites from those entities. Whle only a secondary source, and directed only to US Citizens (not citizens of other countries), this US State Department webpage under "Entry, Exit and Visa ...


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A can-I-work question was asked of Sylvia Gwin, an immigration attorney in Olympia Washington. She responded: No work at all: no part-time work, or internship whether full-time or part-time is allowed for F-2 visa holders. F-2 family members may not work and may not attend school (except child under certain conditions). Several lawyers (in the comments to ...


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May an F-2 visa holder marry inside the US with a US citizen/green card holder without ending the previous marriage? No. If someone with F-2 visa status comes to the US, then wants to marry with a US citizen/green card holder, should he/she ends/gets divorce of his/her previous wife/husband even if their marriage happened outside of the US and they both ...


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Eligibility criteria for naturalisation are relatively straightforward, the biggest hurdles for you are going to be: Gaining the visa / residence permit in the first place Having a stable job (required for a talent visa anyway but often an issue for people on another kind of visa) Beyond that, you need to reside in France for a few years, know basic French ...


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I suspect that her chance of being accepted as a refugee is low. To qualify as a refugee, she would have to demonstrate "a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion" and that she cannot, because of that fear or for other reasons, be protected from ...


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Should they require an LMIA to get me to Canada? In most cases, yes. An LMIA is required for most foreign workers in Canada. Exemptions can be found here; no obvious situations apply to you. Are there any options for a work permit visa(preferably open ended) For Indian nationals without prior Canadian study or work experiences and who are not family ...


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