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Overview on Adjustment of Status process in US

13th August 2012
If the individual was inspected and admitted or paroled into the United States and is able to meet all required qualifications the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) permits the change of an individual's immigration status while in the US from temporar...
Author: Nancy

Steps after winning the Green Card Lottery 2013

25th June 2012
Green Card Lottery is one of the most sought after ways of immigrating to the United States. However not everybody who enters into the lottery becomes a lucky winner. This can be mainly attributed to the fact that the selection process is based on a rando...
Author: Samuel Beckett
Immigration Law

Ideas To Find A Superior Immigration Attorney

20th October 2011
While selected applications for immigration added benefits are relatively uncomplicated sufficient for a layperson to manage, frequently, one's immigration wants, deportation, protection or consular processing, for case in point are very best served by lo...
Author: ArielCochran
Immigration Law

Recommendations To Get A Beneficial Immigration Attorney

03rd October 2011
Though specific applications for immigration benefits are fairly quick sufficient for a layperson to handle, generally, one's immigration needs, deportation, defense or consular processing, for example are ideal served by seeking immigration counsel. The ...
Author: RolandoOlson
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

Who Can File Form I 485?

14th June 2011
The immigration process to the US differs depending on your current place of stay. If you are outside the US, you have to go through consular processing at the embassy in your country. If you are already in the US and eligible to apply for a green card ...
Author: Paul Anderson
Criminal Law

Tips to Find Good Immigration Lawyers

10th May 2011
With plenty of resources on the Internet and numerous books available in the market, a number of people feel that they donít need a lawyer to assist them in their immigration process. However, what they tend to ignore is that they simply donít have the ti...
Author: manchandalawoffice
Immigration Law

Advantages of immigration through an adjustment of status

30th March 2011
What is an Adjustment of Status? U.S. IMMIGRATION laws allow a person to change their immigration status from nonimmigrant or parolee to permanent resident, by applying for an adjustment of status (AOS). A great advantage to applying for AOS is that a ...
Author: bruceld9

Facts You need to Know about I 485 Approach?

25th March 2011
In case you are overseas and wish to immigrate to your US, you should go through consular processing. Whereas if you are currently within the US and are eligible to apply for any green card primarily based on becoming sponsored by an employer to loved one...
Author: William Mack
Immigration Law

Is it Possible to Modify my Legal Standing?

23rd March 2011
Adjustment of Status refers to the procedure by means of which a non-immigrant (that is previously in U.s.) gets to be a permanent resident. The person might apply for adjustment of status without needing to go away the country and apply from his or her r...
Author: Alex Bastian
Immigration Law

What is Adjustment of Status?

22nd March 2011
In case you are already within the US and therefore are qualified to apply to get a green card based mostly on becoming sponsored by an employer or family members member or based mostly on holding asylee or refugee status, you are able to apply for adjust...
Author: William Egan
Immigration Law

How Do I Get A Greencard?

22nd March 2011
Getting an immigrant visa, being sponsored by relatives for a greencard (permanent resident card) or getting a greencard through one's own eligibility are the commonly used immigration procedures to enter the United States. Having a greencard is a proof o...
Author: Jam Helmcor
Immigration Law

How you can get my Family members a green card

07th March 2011
Green Card holders (Permanent Residents) have been approved to dwell and work permanently within the US. Family primarily based immigration is an immigrant visa classification exactly where it enables a person to become a permanent resident via a househol...
Author: Al Kola
Immigration Law

Green cards and USCIS

23rd February 2011
In case you are on this page, it is understood that you're seeking to immigrate towards the United States. The method is easy. When it's so, in no way feel of getting into and staying inside the US illegally. Immigration to the US can be initiated with al...
Author: Howard Barron
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