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Inconsistent Conduct within 90 Days of Entry

Posted by Joseph Jacob | Jan 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you entered the Unites States and you engage in a conduct inconsistent with your nonimmigrant status within 90 days of entry, you may be presumed to have willfully misrepresented your intention in seeking a visa or entry.

Avoid for example:

  • Engaging in unauthorized employment;

  • Enrolling in a course of academic study, if such study is not authorized for that nonimmigrant classification (e.g. B status);

  • A nonimmigrant marrying a United States citizen or lawful permanent resident and taking up residence in the United States; or

  • Undertaking any other activity for which a change of status or an adjustment of status would be required, without the benefit of such a change or adjustment of status.

Consult an Immigration Attorney for all your immigration needs.

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Joseph Jacob

Joseph F. Jacob is admitted to practice law in the state courts of New York and New Jersey. Joseph has a vast legal and business experience and he counsels clients with issues related to the United States federal laws including Commercial and Business Transactions, International Trade and Invest...


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