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No TCN applicants at USE, Kingston, Jamaica By Rohit Turkhud

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The US Embassy at Kingston, Jamaica has announced that effective October 31, 2014, it will not accept interview applications from third country nationals for several visa categories.

They have identified the applicants who will NOT be entertained at their Embassy. Those who will not be considered for a visa issuance include:

  1. Applicants who changed status with Department of Homeland Security in the U.S. seeking a new visa in the new visa category.
  2. Applicants who entered the U.S. in one visa category and are seeking to re-enter the US in a different visa category.
  3. Applicants who have been out of status in the U.S. having violated the terms of their visas or having overstayed the validity indicated on their I-94s.

The complete text of this announcement and the list of those TCNs not permitted to apply can be found at: http://kingston.usembassy.gov/applicants-outside.html

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Rohit Turkhud has been specializing in the practice of the US Immigration & Nationality Laws since 1985. For the first 9 years of his career his practiced focused on asylum and removal cases. Since 1994 he has been specializing in employment based and family based matters. From 1994 to 2001 Rohit served in senior executive positions at IT companies and headed their legal and international recruiting divisions. He was an integral part of setting up an IT company's UK operations and travelled extensively to the UK in the discharge of those responsibilities. From June 2004 to September 2012 he was a partner at the Law Offices of Cyrus S. Nallaseth PLLC, and at Nallaseth & Turkhud PLLC. He continues to focus on employment based immigration matters. Rohit has joined FLG, as a partner, in the pursuit of excellence and expansion. Rohit seeks to contribute to the international growth of FLG and help ensure that we always provide the quality of services and attention to customer satisfaction that has catapulted FLG to the top of law firms specializing in the field of immigration laws. He is proud to be a member of a team that reaches from Miami to San Francisco and from New York to Denver, with Michigan being the heart of the network. He has authored a frequent immigration law column for India Today's North American edition. He is a guest speaker on business immigration issues, specially relating to H-1B and the new PERM rules and regulations. He has authored an article in the second edition of the authoritative "THE PERM BOOK". On the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, Rohit hosts a prime time LIVE immigration show on Jus Punjabi, a national cable network channel. Mr. Turkhud is fluent in the Hindi, Gujarati and Marathi languages.

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