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Renewal of U.S. non-immigrant Visas made easier

United States Non Immigration Visa

Effective June 5th, 2013, United States Consul reported that renewal applications for a U.S. non-immigrant Visa will be automatically approved. The Embassy still reserves itself the right of convening any applicant whose case require an interview.

This is translated as such: any one holding a U.S. nonimmigrant visa for a duration of 5 years that was obtained in Port-au-Prince will be able to renew that non-immigrant Visas automatically. Here is how you do that:

1) Go online to get form DS-160

2) Take the completed form to the Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince.

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Marie Nicole Dorval, Indicted on H-2B guest worker visas Conspiracy

On 18th May, 2013, a three-count formal accusation was unsealed by the federal judge. The indictment was returned by Florida's Southern District's grand jury. The indictment charged 59 years old Jetla McPhee from Tamarac Florida. For bringing 143 Haitians to US soil by using guest worker visas obtained fraudulently by McPhee and co-conspirators by incorrectly representing that jobs were waiting in US for these 143 Haitian workers.

According to the charges, McPhee along with Marie Nicole Dorval committed the visa fraud from April 2008 to July 2009. McPhee and Dorval falsely represented to the federal government that consturction jobs were available and secured the H-2B guest worker visas. According to this accusation, a false contract was created by McPhee, which showed that an American construction company had a requirement of 150 men who could work full-time on an hourly wage of $8.42 for a period of 10 months.

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Brazil issued 900 visas to Haitians who came through Bolivia

Over 900 residency and work visas were issued to Haitians who entered Acre, Brazil illegally. The visas were issued by the Federal Task Force that was sent to Acre to deal with rising illegal immigration. State of Emergency was declared by Acre in the second week of April when more than 1,700 people illegally entered Acre within a fortnight. Though most of these illegal immigrants were Haitian, there were Africans and Asians too who entered the state through the route that has dense vegetation as a result of which, the border forces of Brazil cannot patrol the area properly.

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Deputy Arnel Belizaire denied renewal of diplomatic visa by U.S. Consulate

Arnel Belizaire

If there is one Haitian official that does keep the media occupy, it's none other than our famous Deputy of Tabarres Delmas, Arnel Belizaire. After his recent issue at Haiti Post office and the Parliamentary session, now, according to some unconfirmed report, Deputy Arnel Belizaire has been denied the renewal of his diplomatic visa by the U.S. consulate in Port-au-Prince.

Can someone confirm this?

According to haitinews509.net, the information was confirmed by Deputy Arnel Belizaire that his application for the renewal of his diplomatic visa not granted by the United States.

Assuming this is a fact. Can a foreign government just make a unilateral decision without presenting causes to denied renewal of diplomatic visa of an official?

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United states revoked visa of Haitian Officials

United States Revoked Visa Of Haitian Officials, Haitian Passport

The "Haitian Joudalist" just learned that the United states has revoked the U.S. Visa of some Rene Preval Government officials for their role in the Haiti election fraud. The names have not been released, however, Visa for nine members of Rene Preval Government were taken away for contributing in "Magoull" to the November election.

You hit them where it hearts!

The U.S. States Department stated they might increase the least. On the other hand, CNN announced that he obtained from credible sources that the list will grow to two dozens.

The U.S. States Department called once again for free and fair election in Haiti

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