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Does the USA allow students with non-US degrees to work under any visa? Yes. Employer-sponsored work visas do not depend on the source of the sponsored worker's education. H-1B is the most common such visa, but there are others that apply, for example, to intra-company transfers. Also, my partner is currently in the US on an H1-B. Does this have any ...


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Your residency permit includes a work permit. You can take on any type of work you want, in this regard you are no different from a German citizen. That includes working for foreign companies, which is a lot easier for you because you also are allowed to work in the US due to your citizenship. If you happen to find a US company that has a branch located in ...


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Does she have enough "significant changes" in her profile for showing strong ties? Her application does not demonstrate strong ties. Strong ties are things that would require or encourage her to leave the US after her visa term and return to India. Strong ties are typically demonstrated by having an established life in the home country, evidenced ...


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Attorney usually recommend not to travel on B1 while L1 petition is in progress.


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The potential issue is that your J-1 status only gives you authorization to perform work in the US within your J-1 program. This issue depends on whether you are physically located in the US while performing the work, regardless of the employer's location, payment method and payment location. One option which might work for you is "Occasional Lectures ...


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A foreign passport is generally accepted as photo ID for most purposes in the US, including drinking alcohol and boarding flights. Does your wife not currently have a valid passport? As for getting a Rhode Island driver's license, I believe she should be able to get a non-REAL-ID driver's license with her passport, I-94, and DS-2019. Although the official ...


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Assuming that the immigrant visa was issued after April 23, 2020, you are banned from entering the US with it by Proclamation 10014, which has been extended to March 31, 2021 by Proclamation 10131. So you cannot enter the US until then (or until the ban is revoked by President Biden if he revokes it before then).


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No. Although the Salvation Army administers some government-funded projects, it is a privately run organization, similar to 'Food pantries and homeless shelters' in your list of examples, and would not be considered a public benefit. The examples of public benefits you highlighted in your list are referring to specific government programs: Temporary ...


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