Memphis immigration lawyer Ari Sauer provides news and information on US immigration law.
Attorneys Ari Sauer, Greg Siskind, and Jason Susser talk about 0-1 Visas. Please note that the information in this video is the current best available information as of July 15th, 2020. The discussion about O-1 visas starts at 22:00 minutes into the video. As the situation is constantly evolving, we recommend that you consult with an experienced immigration lawyer before relying on any of the information on this video. You can schedule a consultation appointment with Attorney Ari Sauer by clicking here: Schedule a Consultation with an Immigration Lawyer
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Hey! I’m finishing High School in outside the U.S and have a CAE level of english, as well as family in the U.S, but they are not inmediate (grandfather’s brother and his family). Is there any possibility I could get a Green Card? My goal is to join the Armed Forces, but they all require the Green Card, and I don’t think that I’m elegible. Any thoughts?
Unfortunately, just having a high school degree and having strong English skills is not enough to obtain a green card in the US. And unfortunately cousins and uncles cannot file family-based immigrant petitions for a green cards for their nephews and cousins. For a family-based sponsorship for a green card US citizens can only apply for their spouse, parents, children, and siblings. But it might be possible for you to come to the US to attend college on a student visa. But that would not allow you to join the US military.