Visa Restriction Update: America Allegedly Stops Visa for Nigerian earning below N612,000 monthly

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According to reports, the United States of America has once again tightened Visa restriction on Nigerians declaring that the Green Card system which makes it possible for citizens to live and work in America has been scrapped.
According to information gathered from a US agency on immigration, any Nigerian earning below N612, 000 or $1,700 per month would be denied Visa as they are henceforth considered ‘economic immigrants.’
The information also revealed that
Nigerians seeking to travel to the US must provide compelling proofs of what can bring them back to the country while adjustment of status and overstaying would no longer be acceptable.
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It warned that henceforth, failure to maintain status could lead to a future ban on entry to America and that violation of visa status makes one ineligible to change to marriage, school, work, health, asylum among others.
“If you are visiting the US and find that you want to extend your stay beyond the date on your I-94, you cannot file anything again, you cannot fill Form 1-539, application to extend or change Non-immigration status with USCIS”, the agency added.
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It would be recalled that without prior information or notice, the US Government launched a New Immigration Policy called “Build America.”
It’s a new merit-based visa application system that seeks to increase the standard of scrutiny of visa application to prevent people of questionable reputation, economic immigrants and people without travel history from getting a US visa.
Under this new rule, key changes have already been implemented without notice which includes End of Dropbox (automatic visa renewal without an interview for existing visa holders which has been canceled while existing visa owners will now apply and be interviewed like everyone else when their visa expires.
Others are that applicants for B1 or B2 visas without adequate travel experience will now be automatically denied.
Source: theeaglesvoice.com

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