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andrei May 15th 2002 5:36 pm

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any replys will be gratefully appreciated,
warm wishes.

Shelley May 15th 2002 8:20 pm

Re: is it real misrepresentation?
 
Since you cannot work in the US on a tourist visa at all, this is illegal work, no
matter when you do it. It makes no difference if you started working the day you
arrived in the US or the day before you left. Illegal work is forgiven to US
spouses, so be sure you admit to it - you should have documented it on you INS
forms. Lying or omitting information about illegal work can get you application
denied. Take care. Shelley

"andrei" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > hi guys, here is the problem, if you go in US on a turist visa,and statrt working
    > within 30 days,and at the expiration of visa you return back to your home
    > country,is it considered misrepresentation?the US embassy applys 30/60 days rule,
    > for unauthiezed employmeny when i will apply for spouse visa?i married a US citizen
    > in my home country and i'm waiting for the final interview.i heard the illegal work
    > is forgiven for spouses of US citizen only if you start working after30/60 days,
    > otherwise the embassy will accuse you of misrepresentation.is anybody in the
    > similar situation? any replys will be gratefully appreciated, warm wishes.
    >
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andrei May 16th 2002 9:14 am

Re: is it real
 
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