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If you are planning to have lawful status in the United States, it is vital to understand the difference between status and a visa. Visa and status may mean the same thing to most people. However, they are different in both meaning and purpose. You can have multiple visas on your passport, but you’ll only have one immigration status in the United States. A visa is a document that gives you entry into the United States for a specific reason and period. It is a stamp placed on your passport by the U.S. embassy in your country. The visa can be issued for medical treatment, business, education, or pleasure. Remember, you can change your status as long as there is a valid reason. Get in touch with an attorney at Moffitt Law, LLC for help with your visa application or petition. We can also help adjust your immigration status. Contact our experienced La Grange immigration lawyers today.
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