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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

The EB5 Allows Permanent Residency in USA

07th September 2011
EB – 5 Visa Introduction The EB-5 visa for Immigrant Investors is a United States visa created by the Immigration Act of 1990. This visa provides a method of obtaining a green card for foreign nationals who invest money in the United States. To obtai...
Author: Prakriti Nanda
Immigration Law

How to Immigrate to US

24th August 2011
As a permanent resident of the United States, you may help your relative immigrate to US based on your status. For that you will have to sponsor your relative and be able to prove that you have enough income or assets to support your relative when he/she...
Author: Samuel Beckett
Immigration Law

Getting a Green Card For Child

22nd August 2011
One of the many advantages of being a US citizen is that you can sponsor your loved ones for a green card to come and live with you in the US. As a US citizen, you may petition your spouse, parents and children for the green card status. Whereas, if you...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Benefits Of Being an Asylee

18th July 2011
Once asylum is granted, it means that the asylee can live and work legally in the US and will subsequently have the opportunity to apply for lawful permanent residence and citizenship. However, it is important to note that asylum is not a permanent, gu...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Finding a US Immigration Green Card

10th June 2011
A US Permanent Resident card or many individuals would popularly refer to as “Green card” is really a card proof from the government to non-US citizen assuring them that they'll lawfully and permanently reside in the US to get a period time. Having a Gree...
Author: andrewyast
Immigration Law

Things To Remember During The Fiance Visa Process

18th May 2011
Submission checklist for the petitioner (US citizen) : A complete and signed Form I-129F Form G-325-A (2) completed and signed, one by the Alien Fiancé and one by the American Citizen. A signed, notarized affidavit of support Form I-134. The app...
Author: michaelmoody84

Frequently Asked Questions in Form I-485 Procedures

09th March 2011
Adjustment of Status is the most enjoyable procedure for most aliens since this really is the final and final step in the method of getting a legal permanent resident status within the United States. This portion of your procedure belongs not merely towar...
Author: Charley Wilkins
Immigration Law

Philippines Visa Information

19th January 2011
Philippines Visa Information PDF Print E-mail Foreign nationals seeking to work, do business and/or invest in the Philippines may apply for work authorization and or the appropriate visa provided for under the Philippine Immigration Act, as amended ...
Author: Triple i Consulting Inc.
Immigration Law

How to Easily Acquire a Marriage Visa

08th December 2010
How to Easily Acquire a Marriage Visa A foreign born spouse of an American citizen can get a K3 visa if he or she wants to live in the United States. They can also bring all unmarried children under the age of 18 through a K4 visa. Both K3 and K4 v...
Author: fianceevisa
Immigration Law

Getting a family-based immigrant visa

18th November 2010
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are the authority that looks over the issuance of visas. There are two basic categories of family-based immigration visas available – limited and unlimited. Let’s discuss the details of these two categories ...
Author: Daniel Smith
Immigration Law

Participating in the green card free lottery

11th November 2010
Do you want to participate in the green card free lottery program? Before that here are a few important points you need to know about the Diversity Visa (DV) lottery program. The Department of State conducts this program every year. As the name impli...
Author: Samuel Beckett
Immigration Law

How to Apply for the Green Card Lottery

12th October 2010
The Green Card Lottery, or the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, as it is formally called, awards 50,000 green cards to individuals from countries with low immigration rates to the United States. Lottery winners get the rare opportunity to apply immediate...
Author: Danielle LC Beach
Immigration Law

Program Overview of Green Card Lottery

07th June 2010
Green Card Lottery is also called as America Green Card Lottery or Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery. Every year, the US Department of State issues 55,000 visas through the Diversity Visa Lottery Program. Of such visas, 5000 visas are allocated for use under NA...
Author: Samuel Beckett
Immigration Law

Green Card Lottery

14th December 2009
The Immigrant Diversity Visa Lottery has been established in the 1996 Immigration Act in order to give immigration opportunity to natives from countries other than the main source of immigration to the U.S.A. This official U.S. government program aims to ...
Author: Usafis
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