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  • I visa extention question

    I'm here in New York thoroughly enjoying my trip as a journalist.

    The thing is I would like to extend my stay here. My visa lasts until 2012 but I would like to know what is the best way of going about finding employment. I am contract to return to London in a couple months time.

    Would I need an employer to sponsor me even though I have an I Visa?

    Can I extend my visa and work using that? I applied for a Social Security Card and it says that I can work but I'm not sure?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated - I'm scheduled to return to London at the end of May so I need to start taking action now..

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    Your experience

    Hi,
    I'am interested in learning about your experience on an I visa.
    Rod

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    • #3

      If everything is in order and you were allowed to work, then you have a document for this, and in which case, you can use it as evidence

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      • #4
        Assuming you mean visa advise for USA. If so remember
        1. The database knows more about you than your mother, girlfriends and wife combined together - it’s a saying.
        2. When applying and to avoid rejection ensure you are honest, accurate and thorough- remember item 1
        3. Understand your goal, mission and objectives. Don’t get into the goose-chase. There are plenty here for 15–20 years and yet waiting to be legal and suffering. The worse is they are making their kids suffer now and in future- Remember item 1, it will judge based on history of your country, family and friends if you truly will return your home.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by KokoJum6o View Post
          The database knows more about you than your mother, girlfriends and wife combined together - it’s a saying.
          This is a bit funny, but at the same time sad Yes, the authorities sometimes know more about us than our closest people.

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