nonimmigrant

non·im·mi·grant

 (nŏn-ĭm′ĭ-grənt)
n.
1. An alien, such as a tourist or a student, who enters a country for a temporary stay.
2. An alien who returns to his or her own country after a stay abroad.
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nonimmigrant

(ˌnɒnˈɪmɪɡrənt)
n
a person who is not an immigrant but enters the country temporarily for travel, study, or business
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Nationals of a number of countries worldwide are currently required to pay this type of fee after their nonimmigrant visa application is approved.'
According to the statement, Nigerians will be required to pay a fee called visa 'issuance fee', or 'reciprocity fee', for all applications for nonimmigrant visas in B, F, H1B, I, L, and R visa classifications.
The number of Irish "nonimmigrant students and exchange visitors" - which relates to J1 visas - due to depart was 11,868 but 351 overstays were recorded, equating to a rate of 2.96%.
Summary: The United States is set to ratchet up the fees that it assesses Lebanese citizens applying for certain long-term nonimmigrant visas to the country.
Kuhagen focuses his practice on employment-based immigration matters, including obtaining approval of nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions.
In a move that's just taken effect after approval of the revised application forms, the department says it has updated its immigrant and nonimmigrant visa forms to request the additional information, including 'social media identifiers,' from almost all U.S.
When the US State Department originally proposed to implement this change in the US visa policy, it estimated that it would affect 7,10,000 immigrant visa applicants and 14 millions nonimmigrant visa applicants, including those travelling to the US on business or for education.
"Since the law was modified to cover nonimmigrant visas in 1996, 318 visa applicants have been affected, and sanctions have been imposed on 10 countries: Guyana (2001); Gambia (2016); Cambodia, Eritrea, Guinea, and Sierra Leone (2017); Burma and Laos (2018); and Ghana and Pakistan (2019).
'Given the scope of the historic INA 243(d) sanctions, and the scale of nonimmigrant visa travel to the United States as a whole, the economic impact of INA 243(d) visa sanctions to date has been de minimis, but far broader sanctions could be imposed to achieve the objectives of INA 243(d),' the Federal Register says, adding that 'because future application of these sanctions is based on unpredictable actions by foreign governments; complex assessments by DHS that cannot be pre-determined; and strategic foreign policy-related decisions by the Secretary of State, taking into account the circumstances of the bilateral relationship at the particular time, the Department is unable to estimate any particular future economic impact of INA 243(d) sanctions.'
3 years: Length that a worker holding an H-2A or H-2B nonimmigrant visa can stay in the United States.
Consul General Daria Darnell inaugurated Nuestra Frontera ("Our Border"), a new permanent art installation in the nonimmigrant visa waiting area at the U.S.