ATTENTION: Nonimmigrant Visa Update!!!

Posted by Jeremy BraschAug 26, 20220 Comments

The US Embassy in Guyana recently posted that they anticipate applicants will start to see a decline in wait time soon. Those already scheduled for an interview may receive email notices for earlier interview dates as capacity expands. Remember: Don't Wait, it's time to immigrate!!! For assista...

Immigration Update!!!

Posted by Jeremy BraschAug 26, 20220 Comments

Just a quick update for everyone: The Biden Administration has set targets in place to reduce immigration backlog and process applications for most filers in 6 months or less. Hopefully this means that we will see processing speed up within the next 6 months or so.  Remember...Don't wait, it's t...

Family Immigration

Posted by Jeremy BraschMay 10, 20220 Comments

Providence Law focuses on family immigration. The sponsor can either be a green card holder or a US citizen. They can sponsor a fiancé, spouse, children under the age of 21, children over the age of 21 that are married, children over the age of 21 that are not married, parents, or siblings. Whi...

Q&A #5

Posted by Jeremy BraschApr 21, 20220 Comments

"Hi I applied for a visa and was turned down 3 times then after 4 years when I applied for a visa on March 8th, I was turned down. All because of traveling."

Q&A #3

Posted by Jeremy BraschApr 21, 20220 Comments

"Suriname has a US Embassy too where they can apply for visa. Can you explain what you are talking about?"

Q&A #2

Posted by Jeremy BraschApr 21, 20220 Comments

"Hi I have a visa which will expire in July of 2023. How can I apply for a renewal please help thank you"

Guyana: Don't Wait, It's Time to Immigrate! 

Posted by Jeremy BraschMar 29, 20220 Comments

According to the U.S. Embassy in Georgetown, Guyana's website, the Embassy is processing immigrant visas at this time. You may experience longer wait compared to pre-pandemic, however you will still be able to schedule an interview in person at the embassy. Immigrant visas to the United States fo...

Applying for a Non-Immigrant Visa in Guyana

Posted by Jeremy BraschMar 29, 20220 Comments

If you are applying for a B2 tourist visa and you would like the help of an attorney, please contact us via email or WhatsApp +01 704 412-9450.   Below is a summary of the current steps as of the writing of this blog. Please refer to the US Embassy website for the most up to date instructions. A...

GUYANA UPDATE:

Posted by Jeremy BraschMar 29, 20220 Comments

The U.S. Embassy in Georgetown, Guyana has resumed non-immigrant visas including tourism visas and business travel visas. If you are getting a visa renewal, you may be able to get your interview waived. The embassy website states "If you are a Guyanese national or resident renewing a visitor (B1...

Three Reasons your K1 Visa Could be Denied

Posted by Jeremy BraschMar 29, 20220 Comments

Although many K1 Visas in the United States get approved, not all of them do. There are a few common reasons we see K-1 Visas get denied and they are as followed: 1. Lack of evidence of a Bona Fide Relationship The legitimacy of your relationship is judged by the consular officer you are assigne...

Assembling Your K-1 Visa Application

Posted by Jeremy BraschMar 29, 20220 Comments

Once you have completed all the necessary documents are forms need form your K-1 visa, you might think that it is complete. However, the way you assemble your packet is crucial. You want to make sure the packet is easy to follow and isn't missing any of the requirements. The USCIS provides guidel...

K1 Visa Timeline

Posted by Jeremy BraschMar 29, 20220 Comments

If you are interested in a K1 Fiancé Visa, you might be wondering how long this process typically takes. On average, to obtain a K1 visa, it takes about six to nine months from beginning to end. There are roughly six phases in this K1 visa timeline. They are as followed… Petition review: take...

Expediting a K1 Visa

Posted by Jeremy BraschMar 29, 20220 Comments

A common question that people ask is “Can I get my K1 Visa Expedited?” If your petition has already been mailed to the USCIS, the answer is typically “No” with one exception, a Military Expedite. Members of the U.S. military can send a request for a Military Expedite if they have a pending deploy...

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