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I don't think there is any easy way to look that up online. All online forms require you to specify where you are registered and provide your consular registration number (NUMIC). If you don't have one, you have to contact the consulate where you might be registered to recover it. But if you never got one, you probably never registered. If you decide to ...


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No. The beneficiary is not required to have a passport to be petitioned.


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I searched for "registre mondial des Français établis hors de France" and found the following information at Inscription consulaire au registre des Français établis hors de France: Si vous vivez à l'étranger, vous pouvez vous inscrire au registre des Français établis hors de France auprès de votre consulat. C'est ce qu'on appelle l'inscription ...


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They can apply for Extension of Status any time before their status expires. There is no limit to the number of consecutive Extensions of Status they can apply for or the total length of stay extensions can add up to.


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The answer to both your questions is unfortunately, no. For UK visas, it is required biometrics are taken for each application. There is, as of yet, no relaxation of this requirement. And Tier 4 visas are not one of the categories of visa which can be applied from outside a country you are resident in. However, in your situation, I would be cautiously ...


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For Israeli citizens, the TIN is the Israeli ID number; that's why you've never heard of such a number - there's no different, special number for tax purposes, there's just your ID. For reference, see this formal OECD document. Caveat: If you're a resident of another state, rather than Israel, for tax purposes - you will need to fill the information for that ...


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Yes, the individual will be able to re-enter. The proclamation does not apply for anyone who meets any condition under Section 3: Sec. 3. Scope of Suspension and Limitation on Entry. (a) The suspension and limitation on entry pursuant to section 2 of this proclamation shall apply only to any alien who: (i) is outside the United States on the effective ...


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Here's a not exactly on-target but related anecdotal experience. A German friend entered the lottery several years ago, was accepted, and obtained a green card. A year or so later he changed his mind about emigration to the US and returned the card. He's visited the US several times since as a tourist. On his first post-green card tourist trip, he endured a ...


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Different countries have different rules. You will need to get there I suggest getting help in advance from one of the numerous associations in big Western cities that deal with asylum seekers on a daily basis. Most of them are sensitive to women's issues in part because they are a major (and horrible) problem in human trafficking networks. If you get to ...


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Your daughter can get M1 to go to vocational school in the US. For you, you might be able to go on B2 visitor status to accompany her, but you cannot work on B2.


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There should be no difference between getting married in different US states, for immigration or other purposes. And you should not be getting married again in any state, because you are already married. I'm guessing that what you heard might be that it might be easier to present a marriage certificate from the US as evidence of the marriage in the US, than ...


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Any jurisdiction that recognizes your marriage will not marry you again. If you can find a jurisdiction that does not recognize your marriage but that permits you to marry might marry you without your needing to get divorced first, but it seems unlikely that such an jurisdiction exists. As far as one of you entering the UK or the US as the spouse of the ...


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Not just for work visas, many countries even ask for a clean criminal record for student visas. Most of the times, it's when you have lived in the third country for more than six months. If you have committed a crime during that time, and it's on your record, that can affect your application. However, just because your criminal record is not clean, it doesn'...


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I did this, and it worked. I put the car at my friend's and stored my boxes in a self storage. I found a company which was nice enough to head to the self storage, check out the items, and close my account. I got the car without issues.


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Your visa should be valid up to the expiration date. Your SEVIS information can be changed at any time by your school. They will adjust your start date based on when the semester starts. Your advisor (DSO) is more than able to adjust your information. According to this guidance from the DHS regarding temporary absences, a visa is still valid even if a new i-...


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I believe the RMV can see that your motorcycle is not inspected. If you log into the web portal, you can see information about your inspection status, so they can see it too. From what's said here Driving any motor vehicle without a valid inspection sticker is a traffic violation. I suppose that means if you are not planning to operate the vehicle, ...


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