Frequently Asked Questions

A lot of people asked us these questions. Feel free to contact us directly if yours isn’t listed here.

No, we are not a law firm. We do not offer any legal advice. Everything you purchased or consumed from our website is meant for informational and educational purposes only. We strongly advice that you retain a lawyer for your visa and immigration need.

However, we do have a curated directory of immigration law firms that specialize in helping creative professionals obtain visas in the United States. Please reach out to us for a referral.

Unfortunately, digital products cannot be returned or refunded once purchased. However, we take your feedback very seriously. If you have suggestions on how we can improve in the future, please send them our way through the contact page.

We create practical career and immigration guides for the international creative community. At this stage, we are focused on creating resources for international creatives who came to, or intend to come to, the United States to study and work. In the future, we plan to expand our reach and produce career contents for creative professionals around the world.

No, while we serve the creative community primarily, we define “creative” broadly. For example, you can be a writer, producer, or a freelancer who juggle different creative projects and you are still part of our creative community!

We understand that people learn and benefit from our resources differently. While some are more comfortable taking an online course or reading an article, others prefer more personalized guidance. You will benefit from in-person consultation if you have questions that are more urgent and detailed. We encourage you to explore your options and see which one works best for you.

We strive to make sure that the information we provide on our website, online courses and consultation sessions is accurate and up-to-date. Because information changes frequently, we cannot guarantee 100% accuracy. The best way to make sure you have the most accurate information is to check official websites such as uscis.gov on a regular basis.

If you find something inaccurate or inconsistent with the latest information available on official websites, please feel free to notify us via our contact page. We will update the information promptly.