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Visa Applications

A visa is a document that the U.S. Department of State prepares which gives someone a right to a reach a United States port of entry or border crossing to seek entry into the U.S. Having a visa doesn’t guarantee entry when presented as the United States Custom and Border Protection has the final say, but having a visa greatly increases your chances of gaining entry.

Typically, a visa is a stamp in your passport. If you are ever directed to visit a U.S. consulate to get your visa, you will likely get this stamp or an equivalent that will let you enter the U.S.

Call on of the attorneys at RLU&W Law for a free consultation regarding your visa application.

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