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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
Business Law

Notarized Consent to Travel Letter- Things You Must Know

19th September 2011
A notary public renders a lot of significant duties and responsibilities. Providing the letter of consent to travel is considered a major duty of the notary public. He marks the essential documents with his own signature and provides a distinct personaliz...
Author: Notarizer

Energy Deregulation - The Good The Bad and The Ugly

14th June 2011
The process to begin Energy Deregulation began In 1978 when Congress pass the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act, which was the beginning for Todays Deregulation. It wasn't until the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission implemented The Energy Policy A...
Author: Rod
Immigration Law

Overview of the US Citizenship Process

18th May 2011
Being a Citizen of the US is a matter of pride and prestige to many people. In spite of the time consuming nature of the process, people are not in the least deterred from filing their Citizenship application. They will do anything in their power to get t...
Author: Jessica Potter
Family Law

Plumbing Courses before Deciding to Become a Plumber

06th May 2011
If you think that being able to handle a wrench and knowing how to fix a leaky faucet makes you a plumber, think again. To become a licensed professional plumber, you must be at least 18 years old and complete about 4 years of certified courses. The o...
Author: Plumbing
Immigration Law

Things to Consider Before Becoming a US Citizen

06th May 2011
Citizenship is the highest status in the US and hence immigration laws strictly limit the number of per-sons becoming a US citizen. Not everyone who wants to become a US citizen qualifies for the same. US citizenship, whether it's gained by birth, throu...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Looking for Help to Apply for US Citizenship?

18th April 2011
The status that individuals obtain, which allows them certain rights, privileges and benefits and entails certain duties, is what citizenship in the United States means. It works as a legal marker for the right to live and work in the United States and to...
Author: Nancy
Immigration Law

When Does One Become Eligible to Apply for Citizenship?

01st April 2011
You can become a citizen of the United States either by birth or through naturalization. If you were born in the US, you become a US citizen automatically. You also can claim citizenship if you were born to US citizen parents, depending on meeting certa...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

What Is Citizenship?

28th March 2011
US Citizenship To qualify for American citizenship, you should be at least 18 years or older and a permanent resident (Green Card holder). You have to be a permanent resident for five years to be eligible to file for citizenship. If your spouse is a ...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

US Citizenship Form N-400

22nd March 2011
Want to become a US citizen and enjoy the advantages? As a US citizen, you have the right to vote in the US federal elections. You can petition your family members for permanent stay in the US. You can also obtain citizenship for your children born abr...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

United States Marriage Visa

09th March 2011
The marriage visa is actually a household based immigrant petition wherein a US citizen petition for an immediate relative for immigrant status. An instantaneous relative incorporates spouses, dad and mom, and unmarried minor children which includes minor...
Author: Charley Wilkins
Immigration Law

FAQ on Family members Based Immigration

04th March 2011
You can find a variety of approaches to obtain a permanent resident card or green card. An applicant may receive a green card via employment, via a family members, asylum and refugee status, via green card lottery system or through adoption by a permanent...
Author: Al Kola
Immigration Law

US Citizenship- Duties You Have As An American Citizen

11th February 2011
US citizenship is one of the most coveted citizenships in the world. The United States provides an atmosphere in which the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness becomes possible. It is this endeavor that has created one of the biggest industrial nations ...
Author: Angelo Battaglia
Immigration Law

Enjoy More Travel with Holiday Visa

12th January 2011
The Australian Holiday Visa allows you to work while traveling or holidaying in Australia. This visa is meant for those who want to work when staying in the country on a holiday. The money earned can be spent on travel expenses. Validity of this visa is f...
Author: Chris Cornell
Immigration Law

Get More Out of Travel with Holiday Visa

12th January 2011
If you are planning on an extended holiday in Australia, but need to also work in the meanwhile something like a 12 month period, consider applying for a working holiday visa. This visa offers the applicant the choice of taking up employment and use the m...
Author: Chris Cornell
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