A multiple entry visa is a type of endorsement on a visitor's passport. It allows a person to travel to a United States port of entry and request permission to enter the United States an unlimited number of times while the visa is still valid, according to the State Department.
Visitors visas, coded as B1 for business visitors and B2 for tourists by the State Department, indicate the number of entries permitted. This is done by showing on the visa the number of entries allowed or by the letter "M" for multiple entries. It's the Custom and Borders Protection inspectors' duty, under the authority of the Department of Homeland Security, to review admission of travelers.Learn More
American citizenship is acquired by birth or naturalization, according to the Department of Homeland Security. To be a citizen by birth, a person has to be born in the United States or territories subject to U.S. jurisdiction. American citizenship may also be granted to a person born in a foreign country of American parents. To acquire citizenship by naturalization, the applicant must meet requirements that include passing English and civics tests.Full Answer >
If your passport has expired, you can still use it to travel inside the United States, although it is no longer valid in foreign countries. It always serves as a valid form of photo identification within the country.Full Answer >
To write a support letter to immigration for an individual, address the letter to the appropriate embassy or state department, provide an overview of your relationship with the applicant, then detail positive character traits of the applicant. Examples of the applicant's accomplishments, service to the community and workplace success are important notes to include before closing the letter by thanking the office for considering the request.Full Answer >
Form N-400 is an application for naturalization, and is used to apply for U.S. citizenship. The form is filed with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.Full Answer >