On May 1 the U.S. Department of State updated four provisions of the Foreign Affairs Manual relating to E visas. Published by the State Department, the FAM governs its operationsContinue Reading Potential Outcomes After E Visa Processing Update
On Dec. 15, 2022, Congress passed the James M. Inhofe National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023 (the “2023 NDAA”), which contains two key changes to the eligibility for…Continue Reading Updates to the E Visa: New Residency Requirements and Portuguese Nationals Eligible
Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP Immigration & Compliance Practice Shareholders Jennifer Hermansky and Kate Kalmykov will present a webinar titled “Immigration Options For Entrepreneurs” for the Celesq Continuing Legal …
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The U.S. Mission in Turkey has resumed limited processing of nonimmigrant visas following the earlier suspension of nonimmigrant visa services in all U.S. diplomatic posts in Turkey back on Oct.
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The U.S. Embassy announced it was suspending all nonimmigrant visa services in all U.S. diplomatic posts in Turkey. Turkey responded within a few hours of the U.S. Embassy’s announcement by saying it would no longer issue visas to U.S. citizens, including the physical “sticker” visas at border posts as well as the online Turkish electronic visa (e-visa).
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