F1 visa student
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F1 visa student
I am applying for the severe economic hardship EAD. I will most likely receive
it somewhere around august. My question is if I apply for it, will it cause any
issues with my parents visitor visa? Because they are planning on coming for
my graduation next year in May. They haven’t applied for their visas yet and
they will be applying in Jan 2019. I would really appreciate your advice on
this. Thank you
Asked on April 11, 2018 under Immigration Law, New York
SB Member California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 4 years ago | Contributor
one really has absolutely nothing to do with the other. for your parents to qualify for their visitor's visas they will need to show that they have substnatial ties to their home country and do not intend to immigrate to the US. the criteria for you to qualify for the economic hardship is a completely different issue.
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