What to Know About the Immigration and Visa Application Process During COVID 19

Fuhriman Law has published its latest article covering the immigration and visa application process amidst COVID 19. The article is available for viewing in full at https://fuhrimanlaw.blog/immigration-enforcement-during-covid-19/.

An article covering the subject of immigration and visa application entitled ‘Immigration Enforcement during COVID-19’ has now been released and published by Fuhriman Law, an authority website in the immigration law niche. The article brings to light fascinating and little-known information on the topic. Immigrants, those applying for a visa, and anybody else who’s interested can read the entire article at https://fuhrimanlaw.blog/immigration-enforcement-during-covid-19/

It highlights what people with visa appointments should do during this pandemic. Perhaps one of the most interesting, or relevant pieces of information, which is included within the article, is that those who are scheduled for a visa appointment at an embassy or consulate should check out the status of that embassy before attending their scheduled appointment due to the pandemic.

The article has been written by Amber Fuhriman, Criminal Defense & Immigration Law Attorney at Fuhriman Law, who wanted to use this article to bring particular attention to the subject of the immigration process during this pandemic. Amber feels this is best exemplified in the following extract:

‘It is important to check on the status of the immigration court in your area before assuming that your court date has been cancelled.’

Fuhriman Law now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article. They believe that regular interaction with readers is so important in order to keep those who are new to the country to keep informed about changes in immigration law, and to be proactive in regards thereto.

In discussing the article itself, Amber Fuhriman makes the following point:

“The courts that are open are usually postponing master calendar hearings for those non-citizens who are out of custody. Please reach out to the immigration court in your area to determine whether your court hearing will go forward.”

Anyone who has a specific question or comment about this article, or any article previously published on the site, is welcomed to contact Fuhriman Law via their website at https://fuhrimanlaw.com/

Once again, the complete article is available to read in full at https://fuhrimanlaw.blog/immigration-enforcement-during-covid-19/.

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