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Immigration Law

Green Card Application

13th October 2010
A Green Card is an authorization which serves as a proof that the individual has the rights to live and work permanently in the United States. A person with a valid Green Card also means that he/she is registered in the U.S. in accordance with United Stat...
Author: brentwood
Immigration Law

Form i-131 - To Get A Travel Document

06th October 2010
Travel document form I 131: The form I 131 form i-131 is used to apply for a travel document, re-entry permit, refuge travel document or advance parole which would be to include parole into the US for humanitarian reasons. The application form i-131...
Author: Raymond Chase
Immigration Law

When do I need to fill out an Affidavit of Support?

05th October 2010
Immmigrants who are applying to obtain a Green Card through a family member must submit an I-864, Affidavit of Support form. The Affidavit of Support form is used to show the USCIS that a Green Card applicant has a financial sponsor and has enough financi...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

What is USCIS form I-824?

23rd September 2010
The USCIS form I-824 is used to request a duplicate approval notice, to request an approval notice be sent to another US Consulate, or to request an approval notice be sent to a US Consulate for derivative visas for family members. Applicants who wish ...
Author: brentwood
Immigration Law

Reasons Why you Need to Renew your Green Card

20th September 2010
A permanent resident is the one who is granted authorization to live and work permanently in the United States. As a proof of the permanent resident status the individual is given an identification or an authorization card which is commonly called as Gree...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

How To Get a K1 Fiance Visa

17th September 2010
Nowadays, distant relationships are quite common. They flourish and prosper with the help of advanced technology and the many effective means of distance communication. People from different countries meet, fall in love, and maintain strong ties despit...
Author: John Armstrong

Applying for a duplicate approval notice

16th September 2010
Once an immigration application is filed with the USCIS, a notice will be sent by the USCIS which is a proof that the USCIS has received and approved the application that has been filed. Whenever such approval notice is lost or if it has not been received...
Author: Anna Chris
Immigration Law

Online Green card Renewal

13th September 2010
Online Green Card renewal is one of the ways in which you can get your green card renewed. A green card signifies your lawful permanent status in the US. Though your status is permanent your card is valid only for 10 years and has to be renewed regularly....
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Which is Better: K1 Fiance Visa or CR1 / K3 Marriage Visa?

10th September 2010
It is a common enough question of many U.S. citizens with a Filipina fiancee. Would a fiancee visa be faster to get than a Philippines marriage visa? Should they get married here in the United States or go back to the Philippines and marry there? The ...
Author: deronk1

The U.S. Citizenship Process

07th September 2010
An individual is called a US citizen, when he/she is a legal member of the United States. Being a US Citizen , the individual has given many rights. The US Citizen may obtain the Social Security and Medicare benefits on retirement, given the right t...
Author: Linda_Williams
Immigration Law

What Should I Expect on the Immigration and Naturalization Test?

25th August 2010
The process of immigration and naturalization is not confined to submission of the fully completed application as such. It also involves the person who is applying to have a sound knowledge of the history of the US as well. There is always a misconceptio...
Author: brentwood
Immigration Law

Be Prepared to Pass the US Citizenship Test

16th August 2010
The test for citizenship is a required step in the naturalization process. All aspiring US citizenship applicants, with the exception of some, must pass the test for citizenship before taking the Oath of Allegiance and officially become US citizens. To...
Author: Raymond Chase
Immigration Law

When should I take the Naturalization test?

10th August 2010
In order to qualify for U.S. citizenship, almost all applicants are required to take an English language test and a Civics test. Generally, applicants must establish to the satisfaction of the interviewing officer that they are able to read, write and spe...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

How Can I Find Immigration Attorneys in New York

05th August 2010
Every people want to settle down in the United States of America? So you have to find immigration attorneys to advise and help you on whatever needs to be done. Immigration is not simple. The policies governing immigration are sometimes too complex. Mo...
Author: Rani
Immigration Law

How to replace green card?

19th July 2010
Having a greencard (permanent resident card) is a proof of being officially granted immigration benefits to live and work in the United States legally. You can work and live in the US permanently. Being a greencard holder additionally qualifies you for c...
Author: Paul Anderson
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