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The Thai government is set to open two temporary refugee camps in Ranong and Chumpon. These are two cities on the southern end of the Myanmar-Thai border. According to Thai news outlet the Thaiger: Refugee camps will be set up in Ranong and Chumphon which border Myanmar’s southern-most region. Most of the violence has been around 1,300 kilometres north in ...


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The rule is that for an entering nonimmigrant, their passport has to be valid for 6 months beyond the end of the period of stay (or, for passports from countries in the 6-month club, their passport has to be valid until the end of the period of stay). What this means is practice is that the admit-until date given by the immigration officer at entry on the I-...


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I submitted a FOIA request to the CBP for entry and exit records on 2020-10-21 and got a response with those records on 2020-12-10. I have no idea if that time is typical or not. The fee charged for this was $25. The data was delivered online at https://www.foiaonline.gov. It looked a lot like an Excel spreadsheet printout.


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I wonder whether the order should be chronological, antichronological, lexicographical, some of other order or nobody cares. As the form states: Start with your most recent trip and work backwards. which is antichronological They want a unique list of countries visited during that trip: country A, country B


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Signing it and mailing it in was correct. This worked.


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All international flights to the US (except those departing from non-US airports with US Preclearance Facilities) clear US Immigration and Customs when first arriving on US soil. Your departure airport HKG does not have a US Preclearance Facility. Thus, you will have "returned to the United States" at LAX on December 29, 2017. (Note that this ...


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You should not worry about what it says on the I-94 site. You are responsible for the honesty and correctness of your answers on your application. You are not responsible for the correctness of the information on the I-94 site. So give the answer that you think is most correct for the facts of the situation, rather than trying to alter it to match something ...


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Trips of 24 hours' duration or shorter do not count at all when determining presence in the United States for the purpose of naturalization, because USCIS will count the day that an applicant departs from the United States and the day he or she returns as days of physical presence within the United States for naturalization purposes. Source: https://www....


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Yes. You certainly apply online and check your status. From https://www.uscis.gov/n-400 Filing your Form N-400 online You must create a USCIS online account to file your Form N-400 online. Having an online account will also allow you to: Pay your filing fee online; Check the status of your case; Receive notifications and case updates; View personalized ...


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From an email I received from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP): Due to the increasing number of FOIA requests received by this office, we may encounter some delay in processing your request. Consistent with 6 C.F.R. Part 5 § 5.5(a) of the DHS FOIA regulations, CBP processes FOIA requests according to their order of receipt. Although CBP’s goal ...


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From what you wrote I would imagine that your Blue Card expired and that you or they expect you to keep it even after you get your Niederlassungserlaubnis. I believe this means you will be issued a new Blue Card which in return means you have to satisfy new requirements (salary treshold). As I understand it, those two things are separate and even though ...


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