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Coronavirus is a virus that has been declared pandemic by WHO. We track and share COVID-19 effects on USA, Canada and Australia visa.

Due to travel restrictions, there are multiple visa issues that we intend to share and clarify for our visitors.

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US Embassy To Start Opening from July 15 in Phases (India?)

Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  11 Jul, 20
 

US Embassy to start reopening on July 15 in phases. Consulates in India reopening may be delayed. Travel ban restrictions will be maintained.

#coronavirus #Stamping in India
ICS asks F1, M1 students to leave US if classes are going online for fall 2020

ICE tells F1 Students to Leave US (If School is Online-only)

Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  10 Jul, 20
 

ICE tells students should leave US if their school or university is conducting online classes in fall 2020. New visa will not be issued. Existing visa holders cannot enter US.

#coronavirus #F1 study visa
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US Travel Ban Amendment – No Visa Stamp (Form 221g until Dec 31)

Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  7 Jul, 20
 

Trump travel ban executive order - US embassy will issue form 221g for pending, new visa applications. H4, L2 Dependents affected. US citizen kid can travel.

#coronavirus #Fact check
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How to file USCIS EAD Expedite Request (Job Loss, Medical Reason)

Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  4 Jul, 20
 

USCIS EAD expedite request financial loss letter has low approval chances. Congressman increases chances with medical emergency, financial loss, losing job.

#coronavirus #h4-ead
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USCIS Furlough will Increase Processing Time (H1B, H4 EAD, I-130)

Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  29 Jun, 20
 

USCIS service centers are open but furlough will increase processing time for H1B, H4, L1, L2, EAD family I-130 applications. Hope that Congress approved funding.

#coronavirus #USA news
USCIS office closed due to Corona virus

USCIS Biometric Center Reopening on July 20 (COVID)

Anil Gupta
  By Anil Gupta      Updated  29 Jun, 20
 

USCIS is reopening biometric centers starting July 20. It will reuse old biometric for EAD extension if biometric appointment was after Mar 18.

#coronavirus #USA news