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Monthly Archives from June 2010

Summer Travel Tips, Tip #2

Continuing in our series of tips for overseas travel this summer, here’s something useful you may not have known. Register with the State Department The Department of State (DOS) offers a free service for U.S. citizens which allows you to register your overseas itinerary and travel plans with them.  The program also provides travelers with the most current information and alerts about destination countries, and allows the DOS to better assist you in case of […]

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Summer Travel Tips, Tip #1

With the summer rapidly approaching and the dollar strengthening against the Euro, many Americans are planning to spend their vacations traveling overseas. Here is the first in a series of helpful tips you may want to follow to ensure your trip is enjoyable, relaxing and incident-free. Know Before You Go! Check the entry and exit requirements of your destination.  While most countries allow foreign visitors to enter and stay for up to 90 days without […]

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USCIS Announces Changes to the Employment Authorization Document

Continuing its efforts to prevent immigration fraud, on May 11, USCIS started issuing a revised Employment Authorization Document (EAD) for foreign nationals. The change includes the addition of a machine readable zone on the back of the card. This replaces the two dimensional bar code on previous versions of the EAD. All other existing security features will remain unchanged. USCIS last updated the EAD card in June 2004. Individuals who are temporarily in the U.S., […]

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