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Immigration Law

Vital Role of California Immigration Attorney

31st August 2010
Important Role of California Immigration Attorney There are several factors for which an specific may possibly will need the support of a California immigration attorney. 1 principal explanation for this is that a man or woman may need to unite their fam...
Author: German Mullins
Immigration Law

Immigration Law: Fiancé and Spouse Visa

12th August 2010
If you are a US resident and want your spouse to migrate to your country there are several rules that you need to follow. Your partner will have to apply for either marriage visa or fiancé visa. Different laws are applicable for marriage visa and fiancé...
Author: Steve Johnson
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

K3 Marriage Visa: An Introduction and Overview

02nd August 2010
A K3 marriage visa is a simple document granting nonresident, non citizens of the United States the ability to enter and take up residence in the United States with the sponsorship of a married spouse. K3 marriage visas also extend this benefit to the chi...
Author: raj
Immigration Law

Do you think an Arlington immigration attorney can be helpful to you?

07th July 2010
When you are caught in the immigration dispute on the best persons that can help you out is the qualified Arlington immigration attorney. You must be wondering as to why. The main reason behind this is that they are the ones that are the ones who are trai...
Author: Pardhi Media Marketing
Immigration Law

Green card application – How does sponsorship work?

29th June 2010
A Green card sponsorship basically refers to a request to permit a foreigner to live and work in the US. This can be made by an immediate family member, employer, or spouse, in case all of the latter are US citizens. In case of the employer, he/she needs ...
Author: College ParkHigh
Immigration Law

What is Form I-94?

04th June 2010
Form I-94 is an Arrival Departure Record that has the information about the date of entry into the United States, class of admission and when the authorized stay expires. Whenever a non-immigrant enters the United States, Form I-94 must be completed at th...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Can I sponsor my brother or sister for a Green Card?

18th May 2010
You can make use of the family-based green card process to apply a green card for your brother or sister. If you are a U.S. citizen, you should have gained your citizenship through naturalization or citizenship process, and you should be above 21 years o...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Comparing the United States E2 Treaty Investor and EB5 Immigrant Investor Visas

05th May 2010
The fifth preference employment based visa (EB5) was created in 1990 as a way for foreign investors to gain United States permanent residency (and eventual citizenship if desired), through an investment in a new or pre-existing American business that sees...
Author: Tim Kennedy
Immigration Law

Getting Permanent Residency

24th March 2010
Once you have secured an Australian working visa, you will most probably be thinking of ultimiately settling in the country. This one would of course be a good idea, since Australia does have so many opportunities that are awaiting immigrants here. Howeve...
Author: Principal Visas

Australian Visa Cancellation

18th August 2009
Australian Visa Cancellation If you hold an Australian visa it is very important to understand the processes leading to possible visa cancellation, the powers under which a visa can be cancelled and the effect of visa cancellation in Australia. Intr...
Author: stewartcoulson

English-Only Policy as a Form of National Origin Discrimination

15th August 2009
The Equal Employment Opportunities (EEOC) has continually scrutinized policies of some companies to implement English-only policies in the workplace. According to the title VII of the Civil Rights Code, an employer is prohibited from discriminating an ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group
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