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Okay hello guys so I'm here now safe and sound here at Chicago my port of entry and I already get my luggage so now I need to ah check in my luggage again but we're okay um I arrived early as 40 minutes the usual time that I should arrive here because my schedule supposedly I will arrive here 3:35 p.m. but we arrive roughly to Oh 45 I think so that's good that's a good sign because I have more time to um look around just look around okay a recording okay first when I landed at the Chicago first there you need to fill out the form click fist this one today the customs declaration okay so when I'm in Japan they already gave me this form that's why I'm that time you keep that they gave it to me I already fill it out so when I'm came here when I arrived here I don't need to fill it out again same already done and then good so when I arrived here I just asked where is the immigration for k1 visa actually the first time were not us to this end we saw and others creation is the side of the US citizen immigration so it was easy for me to look where is it so at the immigration I gave my passport the pass for the customs declaration and my yellow pocket and then the immigration officer asked me to put out the yellow packet inside the plastic but I did not open it once I received my visa pocket I just get my passport and that's it I did not open them higher bastok yep so he asked me to be get out to pull out the yellow pocket and then after that you check all the pictures that's included on the yellow bucket and then he returned it back to me so I have all those pictures and I will show it to you this one everything here the see if old vanilla forums v chores so this long or our pictures yeah he returneth back to me and then after that to check my pocket and then first question that we ask me what is my visa and I told him I'm a k1 visa and then he asked me word did I need my pencil so I told him I met him through your online game plushies friends and then he smiled and asked him yeah he knows that game and he said yes who knows it then he told me so that is the one you told the console how you met you can say and then I said yes the forest but the console we interviewed me don't know about the km that's why I explained it very well yes after that he asked for my age what is my age and what is the address of my pencil and then he scanned my four right finger

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What tips would you give someone who is going to the US for the first time?
It depends on where you are coming from.Let's say you are coming from Asia or more specifically from India.Here is what you need to know:Don't assume anything like we do back home in our country. I used to do that a lot and had to pay for it later here.Be on time wherever you have an appointment. Be it at Doctor’s, Dentist, or any other place.There is a concept of space in the west including America. Don't keep hugging, touching, crossing by close from people and touching others while crossing them.Don't break the queue. It is deemed disrespectful and unlike in many other countries including India, you will be called out by any individual there standing in the queue. Everybody is same in America and it feels that way too.If you are a first time student then your task is cut out. You need to care for a lot of things. It's completely different from India. Lectures happen on time. Submissions of assignments can't go beyond a prescribed date or hour of the day. No personal favors from the Professors because of your gender, caste, color, religion, personality etc.If you are visiting for the first time, make sure that you don't throw garbage wherever you like. Somebody will definitely check you in public and somebody can also report that to the police. Littering fines are really high in some places.No free perks in this country. You earn and you eat. Simple as that. Unlike in India where if you are a top government official or a politician, you don't have to carry your wallet with you anywhere because you seldom have to pay for anything.When you pass by anybody, most people will smile and say ‘Hi’ or ‘How are you?’. Don't be surprised. This is how everybody greets each other here. What a great thing to do.People will open the door for you or keep it open even if they are ahead of you. That's just how people like to help each other. It is not seen in many countries at least not in India.You go over the limit while driving, chances are that you will be caught and fined. Stay in the speed limit or just a few miles above it is also acceptable. Drink and drive has huge fines, never try that. Don't overtake too many times, the police is trained to catch such people.If you get into an accident on the road, don't keep beating the hell out of that person whether it's their fault or yours. In India, it is very common that whether it is your fault or not, you have the moral right to beat the crap out of the other person. Just like that. Here in US, you will not just be put in Jail, you could lose a teeth or two as most people are not that submissive.Keep walking on the road while crossing. Here in US, pedestrian has the right of way before anybody to cross the road. Don't try that on a freeway. No right of way there for pedestrians.Thanks for the A2A!
How often does someone gets denied at the US Port of Entry?
Not often enough.Disrespectful foreigners are one of the primary reasons I voted for Trump and switched political parties. I have been a world traveler since my 20’s and I love it.However, every time I go to another country I make an effort to respect their rules and customs. I really feel that too many foreigners don’t do the same. They come here and act like they own the place.I have a particular issue with foreigners from Latin America specifically illegal aliens from Latin America. Their gall to come here illegally and then demand rights is flabbergasting. Luckily for them the democratic party needs fresh voters so they have a pillar for support.What does this have to do with the question?A large chunk of illegal immigrants are visa overstayers. They broke their promise to leave when they said they would. 700,000 of them in 2016 Over 700K foreigners overstayed their visas in 2016: DHS .If it were up to me there would be a 5–10 year moratorium on immigration to the United States. Only those would absolutely necessary skills like nuclear engineers and whatnot would be allowed to enter the US. Family sponsorship would be gone. If a foreigner commits a terrorist act or there is credible suspicion of intent to commit a terrorist act not only would he be deported but his family would be there beside him.I know many will say this is extreme but Israel does this and they’ve stopped the suicide bombings in their country.Check out some of the crimes committed by illegal aliens in America.All this while we get our own house in order. I find it so interesting that a country that has over half a million homeless people feels the need to take on even more people. America's homeless population rises for the first time since the Great RecessionAnother thing that really gets to me is other countries with far fewer resources than we do manage to enforce their immigration laws pretty well Record number of foreigners deported from Philippines in 2017 yet we allow them to run all over us and cry racism for enforcing our laws.Make America Great Again
What will a possible no deal Brexit mean to the UK and to the EU?
Well it’s probably the best outcome.There are two possible outcomes from “brexit”.The first is that the government agrees to an EEA+ deal which is basically the same as EU membership (four freedoms, large payments to the budget, customs union) but without having any say in how the EU is administered. Realistically this is the only deal the EU will accept, and the only one that will fulfil the commitment made by Theresa May last December to keep the Irish Border open.The second is that there is another referendum and the UK remains in the EU (This would undoubtedly be very close and probably put us into a position far worse than the one that the original referendum was supposed to solve).I put the first at 70% and the second at 30%.It all depends on HOW we get to the first outcome. At this moment (August 17th 2018) it looks like Theresa May now finally understands that there is no other alternative. My suspicion is that she is prepared to throw down her own political career to save the Tory party. I expect that the negotiations will go to the wire, but (probably at the last moment) on the 29th she will agree to an EEA+ deal, it may be dressed up as “Associate membership” of the EU.This will go down very badly in the country, as it will please neither side (and I know that people are talking about EEA membership as a temporary measure, but the EU will not agree to anything that does not include us in the next budget cycle IE:- 2027.) It will also put the tories out of power for a generation. BUT the tories will survive to fight another day.In my view an equally possible outcome is that sometime before the 29th March Theresa May will be ousted as leader (possibly very close tot he actual leave date) and the new leader decides that all the advice of diplomats and civil servants is wrong and that the country can threaten a “No-Deal” brexit and the EU will back down.What happens next I can only glean from people that I know and my own experience, obviously there will be many other implications that I don’t know about.The port of Dover is my preferred entry and exit point for the UK by road. At 11pm on the 29th March the UK leaves the EU. Most specifically (in the first days) we leave the VAT zone. The port of Dover has four lanes for cars and buses for passport control. There are six lanes for lorries that then go down to three for inspection. There are no publicly accessible customs offices at the port of Dover (There is a customs office connected to a lorry park but that is not for the use of the general public, anyone needing to clear customs on leaving the UK has to clear at Heathrow Airport).The UK is signed up to the LeTouquet agreement which means that all passport control is carried out in Dover. At the moment this is organised that your passport is inspected to enter France first and then leave the UK after. Often these booths are not manned at all.After 11pm on the 29th March in a best case scenario the EU will give UK citizens an automatic visa waiver without any kind of landing card, simply a stamp in their passport to show when they entered the Schengen zone.The worst case would be that the EU (In reality the French) will require a landing card to be filled out and to state that the applicant will not engage in any employment or business while in the EU. They may also require proof that the car has a green card for insurance purposes (our automatic car insurance runs out with our EU membership).After passport control there will then need to be at least two lanes for customs, Goods to Declare and Nothing to declare. If you are carrying goods worth more than (Roughly, they will come up with an exact figure) €400 or any goods for commercial purposes, then you have goods to declare. You will have stop and pay Duty/VAT on those goods. If (like me) you have a Carnet listing goods you will be taking into and out of the EU then you have to declare those goods and have the French customs stamp your Carnet and possibly inspect the goods. In December 1992 I processed one of the last carnets to go through the port of Dover, when I came back in January 1993 there was still a customs post at the port, Ever since if I need to go outside the EU I have had to clear at Heathrow. My experience is that the French will not process a carnet unless it has an exit stamp from the UK, A colleague got stitched (before the LeTouquet agreement) and had to return to the UK to get an exit stamp, a full four hour round trip.Lorries I know less about but for customs purposes there will only be two available lanes for “Goods to Declare”. Each lorry will have to have it’s manifest examined to see how much VAT is payable and at a very minimum a promise to pay extracted from the owners of the shipment.However, there is massive misunderstanding as to what is in these lorries and how long they will take to clear. Even if we accept the oft repeated six minute figure, the tailbacks are still very significant. However the lorries that travel through he Port of Dover are not (by and large) shipping containers with a simply tally of the identical contents.A lorry could (and do to my knowledge) carry all sorts of things. A single lorry could contain a used fork lift truck that has been sent for service in the UK. WTO rules state that when something crosses a border you pay duty on it, yes I know this was a surprise to me, I imported a Cooke lens from the USA and I was told I would have to pay 3 1/2% import duty, despite the fact that it was made in Leicester. So unless the forklift was put on a carnet before it left the EU there would be duty to pay as well as VAT EVEN IF THE FORKLIFT WAS MADE IN THE EU. The lorry may also contain goods manufactured in the UK, these would need to have a CE certificate to confirm that they comply with European regulations.In a No Deal scenario it would be up to the French to decide how they implement the rules. Do they simply take the details of each shipment so that each member state can recover the duty and VAT when the shipment arrives, or do they demand that the importers settle up then and there ? For some consignments within Europe there may be no actual “importer” just a regular company. This company may not understand why they are being asked for money and may say that they will not accept the charges and refer it back to the British “exporting” company. many people in the EU have no experience at all of Importing/Exporting outside the EU or moving goods before the advent of the single market. If the French decide to deal with every lorry in turn and if problems like this take an hour to sort out, you are down to two lorries an hour. Recently I sat behind a coach for an hour in the check-in queue at P+O because they had issues with payment. At Dover there is just not enough space to park up the lorries that arrive without the correct documents.When you add to these “Genuine” issues the fact that the French have no interest in making a “No-Deal” brexit anything but a total nightmare until the UK inevitably signs up to an EEA+ deal. Even in December 1992 when we last had (a very reduced) set of customs regulations to adhere to and had been cooperating with the French for 20 years we had 1/4 of the lorry traffic going through the Port of Dover that we have today (Yes just the PORT there was no Channel Tunnel then, the channel tunnel has never operated with any customs of any kind).I have five children, and for my sins I attend a lot of children’s parties, the dad of a friend of my son’s works for a large super market chain, doing IT for the logistics. I was discussing my plans for a possible Brexit (Make sure I’m in Prague at the time and not leave until I have a Schengen Visa). He told that his employers (and all other supermarkets) have made no plans at all for a No-Deal Brexit and refuse to do so unless the government pays them to do so. They have thousands of cross-border deals with a 24 hour window. Any disruption to supply chains at Dover would mean goods started to disappear from supermarkets in three days, not because they could not get goods into the UK, In theory the UK could temporarily drop all import checks but simply because no road haulier would accept the risk of not being about to get his Lorry and driver back for a week after sending it to the UK. The only way to Guarantee imports would be for the supermarkets to compensate the hauliers for the delays. The limited research they had done was to examine 20 food products at random that were “Made in the UK” it turns out that the only one that could be made without ingredients from the EU was own brand Pitta Bread. There would be no question of people actually going hungry but the range of food products on sale in supermarkets would dramatically reduce. Food producers and processors would have to potentially have to lay off (temporarily) thousands of workers. It would not be in the supermarkets interest to find any solution to this other than a resumption of the single market.At the moment the Conservative ministers are refusing to even speak to business leaders. After two weeks of a “No-Deal” brexit they will have no choice, the leader regardless of who they are will have to do a deal with the EU and there is only one deal on the table.A No-Deal brexit will have the same outcome as a “Deal” with the exception that after three weeks of it nobody will ever mention leaving our deal with the EU.A No-Deal Brexit would also consign the Tories to History in the same way as the liberals were in the Early 20th Century. By calling a referendum on membership of the EU they made the suggestion that there was a realistic alternative to EU membership, and the ensuing disaster could only be blamed on them.No-Deal will hand the EU precisely what they want, large payments from the UK for access to the Single Market without having to consider British objections to any policy.
Can my parents with B2 visa arrive at a different port of entry? I filled their DS160 with Los Angeles but they want to go to NY first to visit my brother who moved to the US last week.
Sure, they can. From personal experience, I lived in near Boston, MA, but my parents landed at JFK (NY) and did not face any problems. Make sure they are able to provide all the correct details such as your brother’s address etc., it can happen that the border control officers ask for these details.
What is the worst penalty a green card holder may encounter while returning to the US after being out for more than 6 months? May he be sent to prison? What situations may he encounter in the port of entry?
The worst penalty is expedited removal (deportation), if the CBP officer deems that you have abandoned your residence. However, as a green card holder you have more rights than a tourist, you are actually entitled to a hearing before an immigration judge.Unscrupulous officers sometimes pressure you to sign the I-407 form, which shows voluntary abandonment of permanent resident status. If you have no intention of surrendering your green card, do not sign the form. All they can do after that is serve you with a Notice to Appear in immigration court.It's becoming more common for the border agent to demand access to your phone and all of your social media accounts. The Supreme Court has held that searches at the border are an acceptable exception to the 4th amendment. However, it has not ruled on the specific legality of searching your entire life history stored in your phone. So, as a general rule, you don't want anything in your phone that should not be available to the government. If you refuse to unlock your phone, it can be detained for an undeterminate amount of time.
How soon can one reapply for a cancelled B1 US visa at the port of entry?
B1 is a business related travel visa , you said cancelled … so that means there must be reason for it, specially its cancelled at port of entry.what was the reasonThey must have given a paper or stamped your passport/ visa cancelled with prejudiceNo body except you would know why they cancelled it.Based on the reason and conditions if they put on your travel to USA. EgIf they cancelled because of you over stayed in last tripAny annotation on your visa restricting you to a certain city for travel or only for specific purpose like attending a seminar or confidence in certain city.Any other suspicious activity.carrying all your academic certificates and important documents e.g. property papers , bank cheques books , assets papers, and copies of resumes can lead to suspicions that you want migrateAny past criminal record popped up in their systemOr at the time of visa application you have false information to get the visa which they found out is not authentic.Based on all the above reasons usually they put condition on your reentry and condition on if you can re apply for visa and if you can again come back to usaIn certain case you could be barred from entering usa for 3 years to 10 yearsFor some you can't apply for 10 years.Contact emabssy at home country and find out. They will tell you what is the condition on your cancellation.Even if there is no condition on your cancellation , you need to reappear for interview and the chances of getting a visa would be next to nil