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Looking For a Recommender for your O1 visa letter of recommendation?

One of the most important things to keep in my when you’re applying for an O-1 visa is the people who will serve as your recommenders. Immigration officers put a lot of importance on the O1 visa letter of recommendation, they can often make or break the petition. What constitutes as a solid recommender?   […] Read more

The Main Difference Between O-1 and EB-1 Visas

If you’re an individual with extraordinary talent and interested in working in the United States, you can apply for either an O-1 visa (O-1A or O-1B) or an EB-1 visa. Though both visa types are designated for international individuals who possess extraordinary talent in their career fields, there is one major difference:   O-1 Visas […] Read more

Feb, 27, 2016

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Applying for an O-2 Visa as an Assistant of an O-1 Work Visa

O-2 Visa for an O-1 Work Visa   Let’s say you’ve been working with someone in your country who has decided to apply for an O-1 work visa and move to the U.S. You may be wondering if you just lost your job. However, your employer is insisting that you come along with him or […] Read more

Feb, 20, 2016

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Switching from J-1 to O-1

Suppose you’re a research scholar or professor working in the United States under a non-immigrant J-1 visa, but you’re considering switching to an O-1 visa. Is that even possible? Absolutely! A J-1 holder who is subject to the two-year home requirement and unable to obtain a waiver, is a good candidate for an O-1 visa. […] Read more

Feb, 18, 2016

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How a Visitor Visa Can Benefit an O-1 Visa Applicant

Let’s say you’re thinking about moving to the U.S. to further your career on an O-1 visa, but you’re not sure about employment or where you might want to live? Wouldn’t it be smart to visit the U.S. first and conduct some research? Absolutely! Generally speaking, there are two types of visas: Nonimmigrant Visa: Is […] Read more

Self-Employment And Filing For an O-1 Visa

Many people around the world are self-employed. Creative Artist International understands these are hard-working individuals with a drive to succeed. When filing a petition for an O-1 Visa, you may wonder if it’s possible to qualify if you’re partially or fully self-employed. The short answer? No. If you’re planning on coming to the United States to […] Read more

The Deal With Deal Memos & Obtaining Your O1 Visa

                    Creative Artist International comes across potential O1 visa recipients on a daily basis who ask, “What exactly is a deal memo?” It’s evolved overtime from it’s crude beginnings as a simple piece of paper, like a napkin (which is still in use today), to electronic […] Read more

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You’re Offered a New Job…Do You Need An Amended O1 Visa Petition?

Your O1-B Visa petition is approved and finalized. You’ve moved to the Big Apple and found a nice little apartment in the upper west side close to that amazing falafel truck you love. The acting career is going well and you may even get a bigger scene in an upcoming episode. You’re all set! Except, […] Read more

New Year’s Eve In NYC?

                  What’s New Years in the U.S. without the annual Times Square event in the most famous city in the world? For many people, traveling to NYC for New Year’s Eve is on their “bucket list.” Maybe you’ve moved to the U.S. on an O1 visa. If […] Read more

Dec, 29, 2015

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5 Tips for Traveling in the U.S. During the Holidays While on an O1 Visa

The cold, wintry (unless you’re in LA or South Beach) months of the holiday season in the U.S. can be a mix of time well spent with friends and family, and utter chaos, as you do your best to navigate through the epically long lines of traffic and unexpected weather delays at airports.  Back in […] Read more

Dec, 20, 2015

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