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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
Immigration Law

The Role of Immigration Solicitor London in UK Visit Visa

10th April 2011
If you are looking for an immigration solicitor London because you want to get a UK Visit Visa as soon as possible, let us recount what actually a Visit Visa is and a few aspects that you need to know about it. If you intend to move to the United King...
Author: altafpatel
Immigration Law

Why the UKBA's first

15th February 2011
There has been a series of challenges to the lawfulness of the Government's Points Based System since the Court of Appeal's judgment in Secretary of State for the Home Department v Pankina (2010) EWCA Civ 719, (2010) 3 WLR 1526 which came out in June of 2...
Author: Gherson
Immigration Law

I Believe in God. Can I get an R-1?

19th January 2011
The short answer is no. Belief in God or a higher power does not qualify one for an R-1 visa. The R-1 is a visa reserved for religious workers, such as ministers, nuns, rabbis, and other religious workers who are seeking to come into the United States ...
Author: Attorney Rizvi
Immigration Law

Interim Cap on Tier 1 and Tier 2 is Unlawful

17th January 2011
Two senior judges have ruled that the interim cap on applications under Tiers 1 and 2 of the Points Based System was unlawful. The interim cap, which was intended to be the precursor to the permanent cap which is to be imposed next April (2011) was me...
Author: Gherson
Immigration Law

Get your Australian Visa and make your dream of living into reality

10th January 2011
There is something in Australia that makes the people across the country wants to live and travel with it. Perhaps the climate which is certainly better, or the cost of living which is perceived to be cheaper. It could be the lifestyle as it is indeed lai...
Author: dylan
Immigration Law

Spouse Sponsorship Canada - What You Ought to Think about immigration

09th December 2010
Immigration to Canada is usually a time consuming and traumatic activity so Spouse Sponsorship Canada is extra necessary if you don't know where to start. In fact there's nothing stopping you making use of your self, but an immigration Consultant who f...
Author: alex
Immigration Law

Visa Options in Australia, the Subclass 457 Temporary Long Stay Business Visa

03rd November 2010
The There are several different types of work visas for people wishing to engage in employment within Australia. The main categories include; the holiday working visa, resident visa, internship visa, investors visa and business visa. The last of these...
Author: markacesmith
Immigration Law

What is form I-485?

01st September 2010
Form I-485 is the application form to register permanent residence or adjustment of status . This is filed by an individual or a non US citizen to obtain permanent resident status in the US. Form I-485 is for the non US citizens who are in the US and are ...
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

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

Affidavit of Support: the I-134 and the I-864

25th May 2010
This article reviews the differences and similarities that exist with regard to the I-134 and the I-864 affidavits of support. These affidavits are commonly filed in connection with a pending visa application at a US Embassy or Consulate abroad. In the...
Author: US Visa Lawyer