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Application for US citizenship should include Form N-300?

06th November 2012
To become a citizen of US a permanent resident should apply for a Declaration of Intention. In some states if you wish to engage in certain type of livelihood or profession or to obtain licenses of certain types this is required but its not needed for n...
Author: Nancy
Legal

Understand the process of filing US Form N400 application for naturalization.

01st November 2012
If you want to become a citizen of another country, apart from the one you were born in and are a citizen of by birth right, you need to go through the naturalization process. Depending on that country the procedure and eligibility criteria differs to app...
Author: Nancy
Immigration Law

Apply for Citizenship in the United States

25th June 2012
US citizenship is considered to be the most valuable status bestowed by the United States. That is because the US citizens enjoy a lot of benefits and privileges. They are also entitled to the rights and the freedom which are guaranteed by America. Foreig...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Immigration Options for Victims of Crimes

29th March 2012
USCIS protects the victims of crimes by providing immigration relief. US law renders protections for lawful and undocumented immigrants who are victims of criminal offenses. Most victims do not know about such protections. Specific protections are offered...
Author: Paul Anderson
Legal

3 Common Mistakes Made by Conditional Green Card Holders

22nd March 2012
3 Common Mistakes Make by Conditional Green Card Holders 1: Waiting too long to apply for US Citizenship It is possible to apply for U.S. citizenship when the joint petition or waiver to remove the condition on your green card is still not decided i...
Author: Heather Poole, Esq.
Immigration Law

Enjoy the privileges of being a family member of US citizens

21st December 2011
US citizenship is the zenith in the life cycle of any immigrant. It gives them greater benefits than what they were enjoying previously as immigrants/ legal permanent residents. It not only benefits them but also their immediate family members. So to put...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Non-immigrants can extend the stay in the US

16th December 2011
People come to the US for a number of reasons. US is the home to great number of immigrants who enter the US to work and settle down there. Once they get a green card and begin a comfortable life there, they move on to become US citizens. This is the high...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

What to expect after filing any USCIS form?

15th November 2011
All immigration procedures require some form or the other that needs to be filled and submitted with the USCIS. Be it the application to obtain citizenship, green card or a visa, an applicant should choose the appropriate form and submit it without any er...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

The Adjustment of Status Process

25th October 2011
Adjustment of status is the last step in the green card or (LPR) process (that of becoming a legal permanent resident). You, the foreign national have to file an I-485 Application for Adjustment of Status, most likely based on a pre-existing and approved...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Getting a Green Card Through Marriage

10th October 2011
A citizen of United States marrying foreign-born persons and petitioning for them to obtain permanent residence in the U.S is very common. Per immigration laws, spouses of U.S. citizens are considered "immediate relatives" and therefore are exempt from a...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Two Rs of a Permanent Resident Rights & Responsibilities

28th September 2011
Aspiring to become a permanent resident of the US is a common issue as millions of people have been enthralled by the prospect of living and working in the US. Better lifestyle, better working conditions and most importantly security for life all these ...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Overview of the Concurrent Filing Process

21st September 2011
What is concurrent filing? One easy way of getting a green card is through the adjustment of status process. When an immigrant petition and the adjustment of status application are filed simultaneously, then the process is referred to as concurrent fil...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

How to become a Permanent resident through consular processing?

09th September 2011
Being a Green Card Holder (Lawful Permanent Resident) is a prestigious issue and a dream for many. It gives the person the right to live and work in the United States. There are two ways by which an individual can become a Green Card Holder. One is the Co...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Illegal Immigrants In the United States

07th September 2011
Any person residing in a country illegally is known as an "illegal immigrant." Undocumented immigrant, undocumented alien, illegal alien, or undocumented worker are other terms that are commonly used. Some illegal immigrants enter the US illegally wher...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

EB-5 visa

17th August 2011
As you know, getting U.S.P.R. {permanent residency} is the toughest job in the world as compared to the other countries. But here we present you to the easiest way to have it i.e. through Eb5extell this co. provides you the EB-5 program which has created ...
Author: eb5extell
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