Friday, March 11, 2011

USCIS - Relief for Japan, Other Nationals from the Pacific Stranded due to Earthquake & Tsunami

Today, March 11, 2011, the USCIS (US Citizenship and Immigration Services) released an Advisory intended for the Japanese and other Nationals from the Pacific Region whose travels were affected by the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan last March 10th 2011. (Link Source:

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The Advisory details is seen below:

Subject: Relief for Japan and Other Nationals from the Pacific Stranded due to the Earthquakes and Tsunami

This advisory is for Japanese and other foreign nationals from the Pacific stranded in the United States due to the earthquakes and tsunami devastation in the Pacific.  If you have exceeded or are about to exceed your authorized stay in the U.S. you may be permitted up to an additional 30 days to depart.
Visitors traveling under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP):
 Visitors traveling under a nonimmigrant visa:
For additional immigration relief options, please visit the Special Situation page.

How can you help the Japanese victims of the Earthquake and Tsunami?

The American Red Cross has mobilized its efforts in helping Japanese who were affected with the Earthquake and Tsunami.  Ninety one per cent of your donation will go directly to the victims. You have the choice in selecting your favorite charity but choose the ones who will give the most of your  donations.

1. It would be necessary to contact the nearest USCIS Field Office and discuss your situation. In that way, you can benefit with this Advisory. There is no better way than taking necessary steps in complying with regulations.

JNT Consulting wishes the best to everyone who were affected to this Catastrophe.
"The impact of this Tsunami which begun in Japan is devastating and 'Our Thoughts' to those who perished, and the people who were and will be affected by its expanding impact by the coastal areas of other countries."

We invite you to join Us at the following locations:

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