TN Visas for 3 years

The USCIS followed up on plans announced last fall to increase the vailidity period of TN visas from 1 year to 3 years. This applies to both new admissions as well as extensions. The proposed rule is expected to be published in the Federal Register shortly.

A range of Mexican and Canadian healthcare occupations qualify for the TN visa, for occupations such as:

Dentist, Dietitian, Medical Laboratory Technologist (Canada)/Medical Technologist (Mexico and the United States), Nutritionist, Occupational Therapist, Pharmacist, Physician (teaching or research only), Physiotherapist/Physical Therapist, Psychologist, Recreational Therapist, Registered Nurse, and Veterinarian.

UPDATE: Here is the published Fed Reg notice.

84 comments

  1. Hello HLG,

    Thank you for your posts and keeping us updated with the bill for Schedule A.
    I was reading in the previous blog comments that the bill was going to be discussed and voted upon this week. Is that true? Could you give us some timeline as to when we should expect the news of the bill being passed or not.

    thank you

    -Pri

  2. JUNE VISA BULLETIN!!!

    EB1 – CURRENT

    EB2 – 04/01/2004

    EB-3- 11/01/2001

    NO LUCK THIS TIME EITHER…

  3. Dear HLG,

    Any update with the bill for Schedule A.When they are going to discuss the bill.

    Kindly let us know.

    Thanks

  4. hey jasen, the official june visa bulletin is not released yet, let us wait for the official to be released first and dont lose hope, lets be always positive…

  5. Where do this people from other website get the JUNE VISA BULLETIN? Why do they post unofficial result??? They mislead a lot of people who are painstakingly hoping for the VB. They just don’t know how it affects us. To those people… pls don’t give us wrong information.
    God is good!!!!

  6. Thanks HLG for your effort, we know that you are doing the best that you can. Too bad I can not contribute to your effort because I am financially challenged myself and even if I can, I can not because I am not an immigrant or or an AC yet. But I know what to do: I just keep my cool, prepare everything that I need to prepare and wait for my turn and let the people in the CIS do their job because as a Nurse, I need to understand that there are rules and protocol to be followed and most importantly; I should be a critical thinker and not act like a hopeless gunk.

  7. to mallunurse:

    if those unofficial are based on facts then why do there posting of last month’s visa bulletin was not consistent with what is post by the department of state?

  8. hello guys..

    I believe jasen posted june visa bulletin PD’s for the india row.. most probably the Phils PD might remain at March 2006 for June.. it’s taken from the mumbai consulate website, same as last month..

  9. I think phils are a seperate category as India, China, Mexico and does not come in ROW. Phils might have misunderstood from the Mumbai consulate posting that ROW PDs are theirs.

  10. Category India Most Other Countries
    F1 15 March 2002 15 March 2002
    FX 1 May 2002 1 May 2002
    F2A 15 July 2003 15 July 2003
    F2B 1 August 1999 1 August 1999
    F3 8 June 2000 8 June 2000
    F4 1 February 1997 22 August 1997
    E1 Current Current
    E2 1 April 2004 Current
    E3 1 November 2001 1 March 2006
    EX Unavailable Unavailable
    EW 1 January 2003 1 January 2003
    E4 Current Current
    E4-Religious Current Current

  11. Dont worry oce, it is mentioned Most other countires only. So phils may or maynot have the same date. You have a better chance. Good luck.

  12. don`t lose hope guys. Mumbai released visa bulletin is not official yet.They made a mistake last month.

  13. Dearest All,

    Greetings…

    I would like to make an inquiry from this group if you had encountered or know someone that the application for immigration (I140 Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker) was denied by USCIS. Kindly share your opinion and how you manage to solve the case. I have some questions in mind and I hope that you can provide answers on these issues that will enlighten me and give me peace of mind.

    1. Should my agent appeal the case as Re-open or Another petition?
    2. Will they be using the same priority date or will they assign a new one?
    3. Is it possible that a previously denied case be given an APPROVAL later on?
    4. What would be an estimated time on how long will I have to wait?

    Thank you very much,

    Margaret-RN

  14. HI
    Guys with some ideas(Losthearter/bolog/aryo/abc123/Riky etc)
    Welcome for your post with some expert ideas!

    NVC is recently processing cases with priority date december 2006(for some country of birth).
    Now, May visa buletine cut off date is 2006 march 1st for ROW/Philipine.

    Predicted NVC visa buletine by some law firms i.e OH law firm is the same (March 1st 2006 for june for ROW/Philipine).

    Now ,what does this mean ?? if cut off dates don’t move why they are processing files with priority date 10 months ahead

    IS THIS ONLY FOR RECEIVING FEEs/MONEY and KEEPING THE FILE PENDING?? but i don’t think so!!

  15. HI
    Guys with some ideas(Losthearter/bolog/aryo/abc123/Riky etc)
    Welcome for your post with some expert ideas!

    NVC is recently processing cases with priority date december 2006(for some country of birth).
    Now, May visa buletine cut off date is 2006 march 1st for ROW/Philipine.

    Predicted NVC visa buletine by some law firms i.e OH law firm is the same (March 1st 2006 for june for ROW/Philipine).

    Now ,what does this mean ?? if cut off dates don’t move why they are processing files with priority date 10 months ahead

    IS THIS ONLY FOR RECEIVING FEEs/MONEY and KEEPING THE FILE PENDING?? but i don’t think so!!

  16. Fortunate,

    There is still time for DOS to advance the PD dates untill October 2008, if quota visa numbers are not used. The PD status of June, if it is true, shows CIS has achieved some productivity as targeted. There is also the talk of stopping concurrent filing..

    Apparently DOS/CIS do not want to repeat what happened in July 2007. and they will advance /retrogress PD as per the availability of visas in the next few months.

    Still hope for those whose papers are moving at NVC…

  17. i agree with what losthearter was saying!but just a wild guess,maybe they are preparing enough applicants to be processed just in case any of the bill will be approved.im looking it in the brighter side.just a wishful thinking!

  18. To HLG,

    When do you expect the mark up session of our bill to be? I have heard that for any immigration bill to pass this year it has to happen in these 2 months. Please advise what to look forward to next and when. Thank you for your efforts.

  19. Official June VB:
    EB3 Phil – March 2006
    http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/bulletin/bulletin_4231.html

    E. EMPLOYMENT THIRD PREFERENCE VISA AVAILABILITY

    Demand for numbers, primarily by Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices for adjustment of status cases, is expected to bring the Employment Third preference category very close to the annual numerical limit in June. As a result, this category is likely to experience retrogressions or visa unavailability beginning in July. Such action would only be temporary, however, and a complete recovery of the cut-off dates would occur for October, the first month of the new fiscal year.

  20. Will there be a chance that the next VB will move? HLG please give us insight why June VB did not move.

  21. Hi, Marvin,
    Based on their explanation on June EB3 VB, it will likely be unavailable or possibly retrogress.

  22. hi PNOYRN,
    so do you think it will stay there till the next VB. Or there will be some movement this coming fiscal year? What’s ur PD ?

  23. Hi, Marvin,
    Im just basing on their explanation on the June VB, from my point of view, I think for EB3-Phil, it will stay for Mar 2006 up to Sept. Oct, there will be a substantial movement. Our only hope right now is for the Sched A Bill to pass.Alanganin tau mag AOS bro, lalo na kung kokonti na lang ang natitira sa stay natin d2, ma out of status tau, pwera nlang kung gagamitin natin yung 245k, kaso walang kasiguraduhan ang USCIS na yan, napaka unpredictable.

  24. Hi, HLG,
    Any News or (future), on these Bills??

    H.R. 5630 H-1B Increase (Gifford)

    H.R. 5642 H-1B Increase Bill (Lamar Smith)

    H.R. 5882 EB Visa Number Recapture (Lofgren)

    H.R. 5921 Country Limit Elimination (Lofgren)
    H.R. 5924

    H.R. 5634
    Nursing Immigration Relief (Waxler)

    S. 2839 Global Competitive Act (Cornyn) including Recapture + H-1B Number Increase

  25. PNOYRN or MARVIN,
    Hi. I also plan AOS for my case,my PD is Dec 06 and I’m only allowed to stay here till Sept.Do you think any PD movement until that time?
    What about your Ca license pls? Is’nt it they need SSN to issue this? Any ideas with this? pPls enlighten me?

  26. LEIGH,

    I think the next movement will be this coming 2009 fiscal yr. We just have to pray. It’s hearsay that it will be current on the coming fiscal year. Is that the expiration of you I94? Try extending it.

  27. Marvin,
    Yup.Have you tried extending your I94?
    What about your Ca license? They will not issue it without SSN? Or have you endorsed it to other state?
    Thanks..

  28. Hi, Leigh,
    yes, they need SSN for them to issue you an RN License,(CA-BON will allow you up to 3 yrs to provide them SSN) VB movement is very bleak right now, but expect some movements this coming fiscal year of 2009, try extending, use all your resources while youre in the US, the situation right now is very unpredictable. All we have to do is pray and wait…

  29. HLG,

    Dim outlook for H-1B changes in this Congress? (And also for Nurses/PT Visas??)

    “That’s because the Democratic leadership, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, has given the Congressional Hispanic Caucus “veto power” over any immigration-related bill that comes to the House floor, regardless of its popularity, Fishman said at a panel discussion here hosted by the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank that supports an increase in the H-1B cap.”

    http://www.news.com/8301-10784_3-9941962-7.html?tag=nefd.riv

  30. to leigh,
    try to get ITIN and use it to get the CA license,thats what i use in getting my CA license.they will give you your license but you cannot renew it if you dont have your SSN,

  31. JUNE VISA BULLETIN is out. Same for Philippines, March 2006, and could possibly retrogress in July until the new fiscal year 2009 in October comes. So frustrating 🙁

  32. hey , guys this visa bulletin is not at all a good news i don’t understand , this country always favor the people who break the law LIKE MEXICANS WHO CROSS THE BORDER, AND PEOPLE CAME HER ON VISIT VISA AND GET A JOB AND APPLY FOR AOS , AND PEOPLE WHO PLAY BY THE RULES ARE STUPID AND FOOLS . I THINK WE SHOULD HAVE A 2ND AMENDMENT ONCE MORE TO PUT THIS COUNTRY BACK ON TRACK THIS IS MY OPINION……..

    HOPE SOMETHING WILL HAPPEN TO HR 5924 ….
    NO NEWS ABOUT IT AT ALL…

  33. Higuys,,

    Let us be more positive, most of my friends whose PDs’ are Oct 06, are now receiving their NVC Fee bill, it was epxlained to them that this is in preparation for the availability of visas..so let us hope it will be soon.

  34. Is there anybody here who’s dependents had been interviewed already? I just want to ask some q’s re: the requirements. Thank you!!!

  35. Pinoyrn,
    with your statement “Based on their explanation on June EB3 VB, it will likely be unavailable or possibly retrogress” my question is-how far again will it possibly retrogress?will it still affect those whose PD became C in the May VB?or will it simply get stuck in the March06 cut-off date for some months or so?getting alil confused there.there are still those with C PDs who are still waiting for their interview scheds,would it be safe to say that they wont get affected should visas become unavailable again?
    thanks

  36. oh no.so does it mean evrything’s put on hold by now like the reviewing of docs and issuance of visas?!when does that take effect?goodness this whole waiting game’s taking its toll.

  37. HI
    Guys with some ideas(Losthearter/bolog/aryo/abc123/Riky etc)
    Welcome for your post with some expert ideas!

    NVC is recently processing cases with priority date december 2006(for some country of birth).
    Now, May visa buletine cut off date is 2006 march 1st for ROW/Philipine.

    Predicted NVC visa buletine by some law firms i.e OH law firm is the same (March 1st 2006 for june for ROW/Philipine).

    Now ,what does this mean ?? if cut off dates don’t move why they are processing files with priority date 10 months ahead

    IS THIS ONLY FOR RECEIVING FEEs/MONEY and KEEPING THE FILE PENDING?? but i don’t think so!!

    05/12/2008: State Department EB Visa Number Prediction

    EMPLOYMENT THIRD PREFERENCE VISA AVAILABILITY:Demand for numbers, primarily by Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices for adjustment of status cases, is expected to bring the Employment Third preference category very close to the annual numerical limit in June. As a result, this category is likely to experience retrogressions or visa unavailability beginning in July. Such action would only be temporary, however, and a complete recovery of the cut-off dates would occur for October, the first month of the new fiscal year.

    Now guys!
    If visa buletine doesn,t move from march 1st 2006 and may retrogress in coming july ;
    WHY THEY ARE ASKING FOR VISA FEE /BIOGRAPHIC INFORMTION FOR THE CANDIDATE WITH P.D. EVEN OCTOBER/NOV/DECEMBER 2006AD ( SAYING ELIGIBLE FOR FURTHER PROCESSING) ???

    Anyone can draw right conclusion from these two controversial things!!
    guys post your comments !

  38. HI
    Guys with some ideas(Losthearter/bolog/aryo/abc123/Riky etc)
    Welcome for your post with some expert ideas!

    05/12/2008: State Department EB Visa Number Prediction

    EMPLOYMENT THIRD PREFERENCE VISA AVAILABILITY:Demand for numbers, primarily by Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices for adjustment of status cases, is expected to bring the Employment Third preference category very close to the annual numerical limit in June. As a result, this category is likely to experience retrogressions or visa unavailability beginning in July. Such action would only be temporary, however, and a complete recovery of the cut-off dates would occur for October, the first month of the new fiscal year.

    Now guys!
    If visa buletine doesn,t move from march 1st 2006 and may retrogress in coming july ;
    WHY THEY ARE ASKING FOR VISA FEE /BIOGRAPHIC INFORMTION FOR THE CANDIDATE WITH P.D. EVEN OCTOBER/NOV/DECEMBER 2006AD ( SAYING ELIGIBLE FOR FURTHER PROCESSING) ???

    Anyone can draw right conclusion from these two controversial things!!
    guys post your comments !

  39. As expected, PD for June didn’t move for the Philippines..=( Still waiting for the day my PD will become current….
    This is sooooo frustrating!

    E. EMPLOYMENT THIRD PREFERENCE VISA AVAILABILITY

    Demand for numbers, primarily by Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices for adjustment of status cases, is expected to bring the Employment Third preference category very close to the annual numerical limit in June. As a result, this category is likely to experience retrogressions or visa unavailability beginning in July. Such action would only be temporary, however, and a complete recovery of the cut-off dates would occur for October, the first month of the new fiscal year.

    Why does USCIS prioritizes AOS applicants for Immigrant visas while keeping the people who waited so patiently for Consular Processing guessing and hoping for yet another month of frustration????

  40. Don’t lose faith and hope. Be positive. You will only get yourself more depressed by thinking negatively. Here is my positive opinion about the June 08 VB.

    “Demand for numbers, primarily by Citizenship and Immigration Services Offices for adjustment of status cases, is expected to bring the Employment Third preference category very close to the annual numerical limit in June.”

    It says DEMAND. Not yet allocated or used. The demand may not be met considering the history of USCIS.

    “Such action would only be temporary, however, and a complete recovery of the cut-off dates would occur for October, the first month of the new fiscal year.”

    This quote is very clear.Even if dates go back, its only temporary. COMPLETE RECOVERY will be on October.

    If this do happen, what is 3 months of waiting? We have waited far more longer than this and yet we are still sane or almost sane.

    Cheer up guys. All of us here are bound for the US of A. FAITH!!

    God bless us all!!!

    Bolog

  41. to pinay:

    i had a denied I-40 due to an untimely submission of the application accdng to the rules with the duration of job posting. my lawyer filed it only a week from job posting that caused it to be denied.
    btw, i came to the US as tourist to begin with.
    as soon as we got the denial letter of I-140, we refiled everything, I-140, I-485, I-765. timing USCIS opened the option to expedite I-140 so i paid extra $1T and got approved in 3 wks of the 2nd I-140. then in less than 4 mos, i got my I-485 approved, got my greencard!
    my advise: don’t reappeal. it takes a looooooong time.
    best to do: REFILE!
    drawback: there is ongoing retrogression. no concurrent filing for I-140 & I-485. so i don’t think u can refile as of now. i am talking about if u r in d US ryt now. if u are outside, REFILING is the best option.
    for those asking about 245K, it is a reliable, dependable rule of USCIS. from expiration of I-94, count 180 days, that is the period of allowable stay, the period wherein u can do AOS. i had mine done during 245K. i am now a permanent resident of the US, have gone to the PI 3x by my greencard! 🙂 believe! at the same time, abide! nothing fails when u do!

  42. MYN,
    nag file ka b ng I-94 extension when you utilized 245K?
    or there’s no need to file extension?

    thanks

  43. OGP continues to lobby for legislative change and we will keep you posted of any movement on that front.

    Please keep your spirits up. You will get to the USA and your dreams will be realized. Right now you are just in a holding pattern but don’t lose sight of your eventual travel to the USA

  44. OGP continues to lobby for legislative change and we will keep you posted of any movement on that front.

    Please keep your spirits up. You will get to the USA and your dreams will be realized. Right now you are just in a holding pattern but don’t lose sight of your eventual travel to the USA

  45. hi guys..

    june visa bulletin is out.. Most Priority dates remains the same.. Phils EB3 – March 2006..
    Lets just be positive for the july VB, I guess its better to see dates than to see the Letter “U”.

  46. The very abrupt forward movement of VB in May, from July 2005 to March 1, 2006, was a brave scheme by the NVC to maximize usurp of visa numbers for this Fiscal year.
    If we recall,there have been talks about complaints regarding wasted visa numbers during the previous fiscal years. They donnot want this to happen again this year(that’s good to know). So, they figured it will be better to overshoot the schedule and maximize the demand than under estimate and repeat the crazy fiasco that happened in June of last year.

    Let’s all face it, NVC and USCIS don’t know the exact numbers of the demand for visa (they just practically do some estimates). They have no way of knowing whether this particular petition has been abandoned(or that the person petitioned already died of waiting or simply opted to go to Australia instead). That’s why visa numbers are being wasted every single year.

    If indeed there are many documentarily qualified people with PD within July 05 to March 1, 2006, it is only right to conclude that, these people will even grow in number, as some of them who are not documentarily qualified for a visa presently will be qualified in the coming months.

    I’d rather that the VB will remain as it is, than see it retrogress backwards. I’d rather that everyone with PD until March ’06 already get their visa this fiscal year, so that visas for 2009 will be given to people with PD after March 1, 2006.

    All of these factors may have given us, in the waiting list, false hopes and tremendous frustrations, but it is a GOOD consolation to know that they are doing something to prevent wasting visas. I just hope they give every single allocated visa, for this fiscal year, to the next deserving applicant in line.

  47. guys!!!
    were all doomed!!! i hate it…i just have false hopes my PD is July 2006, and i guess it will take some years for me to get the USA. now my atty. (HLG) is alking me to submit another ds230 and documents..for what to wait until it will expire again, i’ve done this before this is my 3rd time..anybody please help

  48. guys help me if i’m going to pass the said documents again. coz i’m thinking if i’ll be sending it again there might be a chance that it will expire again since my PD is not current ryt?? sayang sa fedex..hehehehe

  49. kemerlu

    Hi. We have the same lawyer.My pd is current now(feb 06), but the lawyer is still waiting for the letter from the nvc. You mean, that the nvc has already requested you thru the lawyer to update your docs even if your pd is not yet current?

    Hoping for ur reply. God bless

  50. maria,

    yes HLG Nicole Reynolds…she sent me a letter to pass updated ds 230 forms and document (nbi, b cert etc) my iv fee bil was already pay aug 2006..u hav ym

  51. i mean the IV fee bills was paid last aug 28, 2008. I’ve send the documents like 2x already if ever this will be my 3rd time. what u think

  52. kemerlu,

    Hi. I thought the letter was from the nvc.Anyway, lets hope for the best. The day will come wherein our american dream will come true. pia_emplica @yahoo.com

  53. maria,

    yes Nicole Reynolds (HLG) told me that the NVC is aking me another set of documents even though my PD is not yet current. This will be my 3rd time sending if ever. Who’s ur atty?? ant ur PD is current u might be having the interview before the year ends. good luck my ym is cruel_gal2003 jus buzz me

  54. leigh,

    no, you don’t need to file for an extension. this is proven. my sis and i both did exactly the same. she’s also an RN, tourist to start with. she did it 2002, me in 2006. we did not apply for EOS. since
    the law says: if u stay beyond 180 days but less than 1 yr from exp of I-94, you’ll be banned from the US for 3 yrs. if u unlawfully stay for more than a year exp of I-94, 10 yrs.
    just make sure na within that 180 days of 245K, walang such thing as retrogression anymore that hinders AOS applications. otherwise, unauthorized overstaying will set in. and b4 i forget, actually i’ve tried and tested 245K twice na. the 1st time i came to the US i stayed over my I-94 and went home at the 179th day of my 245K. wala akong extension. i got back safely 🙂

  55. BTW leigh,

    if u file for an extension, risk is: if you get denied and be advised to leave on a certain date that they annotate with your denial letter. if approved, swerte. it prolongs ur authorized stay and saves your 245K.

  56. MYN,
    u mean ng ginamit mo ang 245k , you just stay without informing a certain agency like NVC or USCIS?

    need ko bang sabihin sa lawyer ko na i want to utilized 245K?

    thanks

  57. leigh,

    nope, i didnt have to. and you dont need to. just ask ur lawyer for more details about d pros and ons of filing for extension and not. with 245k i am so sure coz as i told u, tried and tested it. with extension, havent tried it.

  58. Dear Myn;

    Thank you for the advice, your message counts a lot.

    I’m glad that you successfully manage to solve the case and had your green card already. You mentioned RE – FILING was the best option if outside USA. How long the applicant should has to wait before the USCIS–AAO made further decision?

    Looking forward to read comments / views / suggestions those who encountered I-140 application DENIED decision from USCIS.

    myn said:
    i had a denied I-40 due to an untimely submission of the application accdng to the rules with the duration of job posting. my lawyer filed it only a week from job posting that caused it to be denied.
    btw, i came to the US as tourist to begin with. as soon as we got the denial letter of I-140, we refiled everything, I-140, I-485, I-765. timing USCIS opened the option to expedite I-140 so i paid extra $1T and got approved in 3 wks of the 2nd I-140. then in less than 4 mos, i got my I-485 approved, got my greencard!
    my advise: don’t reappeal. it takes a looooooong time.
    best to do: REFILE!
    drawback: there is ongoing retrogression. no concurrent filing for I-140 & I-485. so i don’t think u can refile as of now. i am talking about if u r in d US ryt now. if u are outside, REFILING is the best option.
    for those asking about 245K, it is a reliable, dependable rule of USCIS. from expiration of I-94, count 180 days, that is the period of allowable stay, the period wherein u can do AOS. i had mine done during 245K. i am now a permanent resident of the US, have gone to the PI 3x by my greencard! 🙂 believe! at the same time, abide! nothing fails when u do!
    Tuesday, May 13, 2008 3:57:00 AM

    pinay said :
    Dearest All,
    Greetings…
    I would like to make an inquiry from this group if you had encountered or know someone that the application for immigration (I140 Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker) was denied by USCIS. Kindly share your opinion and how you manage to solve the case. I have some questions in mind and I hope that you can provide answers on these issues that will enlighten me and give me peace of mind.
    1. Should my agent appeal the case as Re-open or Another petition?
    2. Will they be using the same priority date or will they assign a new one?
    3. Is it possible that a previously denied case be given an APPROVAL later on?
    4. What would be an estimated time on how long will I have to wait?
    Thank you very much, Margaret-RN

  59. Senate Committee Passes Amnesty for Illegal Ag Workers
    May 15
    (May 15) At today’s markup of the Iraq supplemental appropriations bill, the Senate Appropriations Committee committed an outrageous act of disrespect for our men and women in uniform and to the citizens of this country by adopting an amendment by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) that gives amnesty to illegal-alien agricultural workers. The copy of the amendment obtained by NumbersUSA indicates a maximum of 1.35 million illegal aliens, plus their families, could obtain “emergency agricultural worker status” for a five-year period. However, the amendment also allows an adjustment of status, which paves the way for permanent legalization. Sources tell us the committee adopted other immigration-related amendments, including one that drastically expands the H-2B visa program for non-agricultural seasonal workers.
    .

  60. hello, very frustrating the news about the coming retrogression this summer months.but still life and work goes on…..

  61. Hi

    I would just like to ask about the TN Visas. i read from your other blogs that a tourist can apply for change of status and the USCIS has to reply within 90 days then they issue a temporary paper until your full immigration process is complete. I am currently here in the US with a tourist visa, can i apply for that? is there any way they can issue me like a temporary working permit will i wait so i don’t have to go back to my home country or do i have to go back and wait it out there? I’m kinda confused. any help in this area would be very much appreciated. thanx!

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