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.

nonimmigrant

(ˌnɒnˈɪmɪɡrənt)
n
a person who is not an immigrant but enters the country temporarily for travel, study, or business
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of Ogunquit, Maine, after the Department found the company violated terms of the H-2B nonimmigrant visa program under the Immigration and Nationality Act and the minimum wage, overtime, recordkeeping, and child labor requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
a spouse, child or parent) who is a United States citizen, lawful permanent resident or alien lawfully admitted on a valid nonimmigrant visa, and the denial of entry would cause the foreign national undue hardship.
Summary: Moscow [Russia], August 21 (ANI): The United States will temporarily suspend all nonimmigrant visa operations across its Russia embassy in Moscow.
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We want to give all visa applicants fast, friendly and fair interviews," said Nonimmigrant Visa Chief Mary Pellegrini, "so legitimate travelers can go to the United States, while still ensuring that we protect U.
She has experience in obtaining nonimmigrant work visas and employment-based immigrant visas for management, professionals and specialized skills employees.
Obama said the change "could benefit hundreds of thousands of nonimmigrant workers and their employers; that, in turn, will benefit our entire economy and spur additional investment.
Osorio joins in Miami and is involved in the preparation of employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions, as well as counseling employers regarding their compliance with U.
7) Studies contrasting health outcomes among immigrant versus nonimmigrant youth lend support to a general pattern of findings, termed the healthy immigrant effect (HIE).
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Contents Introduction Overview on Visa Issuances Immigrant Visas Nonimmigrant Visas Key Provisions [section]221(g) Disqualification [section]214(b) Presumption [section]212(a) Exclusion Consular Screening Procedures Exclusion Trends National Security and Public Safety Reviews Visa Revocation DHS Visa Security Program Congressional Activity Competing Concerns Figures Figure 1.
Read the Department of Homeland Security report: "Estimates of the Size and Characteristics of the Resident Nonimmigrant Population in the United States: January 2012.