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Immigration Law

Retaining Excellent Records

21st February 2011
Should you be filing immigration petitions/applications with out an attorney, there is certainly a single crucial mistake that most people make. That is that they do not maintain a copy from the application they deliver in. This incorporates a copy of eve...
Author: Jon Raymond
Immigration Law

K1 FiancÚ Visa Interview in the US Embassy in Bangkok

21st February 2011
The fiancÚ visa, also referred to as the K1 visa, can be a form of visa granted exclusively towards the fiancÚ of US citizens. It has really couple of eligibility preconditions just like the age, monetary adequacy and meeting requirement. Becoming so, a l...
Author: Jon Raymond
Immigration Law

US H-1B visa cap reached for the FY 2011

17th February 2011
United States, 3rd February: The US H-1B visa quota for the fiscal year 20911 has been reached, stated the US immigration department. Speaking about the statutory cap, the USCIS (UC Citizenship and Immigration Services) stated that acceptance of applicat...
Author: canadaupdates
Immigration Law

USCIS Tracks Social Networking Web sites for Immigration Fraud

17th February 2011
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Solutions (USCIS) works in direction of sustaining the dignity and integrity of the U.S. Immigration companies. All around the globe, several men and women attempt to enter the nation utilizing invalid visas. The ones ...
Author: Miles Cole
Immigration Law

How to Initiate a USCIS Change of Address

09th February 2011
If you have a pending case with the U.S citizenship and immigration services or just want to move residence it's necessary that you report these changes to the USCIS. This will guarantee that you receive important notices and updates on your application.B...
Author: Martin Valence
Immigration Law

221(g) Refusal

07th February 2011
The proceeding article is written in an effort to provide insight into the issuance of visa denials pursuant to section 221(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of the USA. U.S. Citizens who are in an ongoing relationship with a foreign born fian...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

I'm Moving Soon. What Shall I Do?

07th February 2011
United States citizenship and immigration services (USCIS) have strict codes on green card. Any change in the green card should be reported to USCIS. The address change should be informed to the office within 10 days in written form. This law applies to b...
Author: Sean Black
Immigration Law

Fraudulent Marriages on the Rise, will you desire an immigration lawyer?

01st February 2011
In a twisted tale of awful marriages there is 1 story that caught people's focus lately when a "runaway Indian groom" returned to his homeland.Manjit Shahi is the "Runaway Groom" and Ashpreet Badwal is the Tearful BrideOne particular of individuals marria...
Author: Courtney Sanders
Immigration Law

Fraudulent Marriages on the Rise

01st February 2011
In a twisted tale of terrible marriages there is a single story that caught people's focus not long ago when a "runaway Indian groom" returned to his homeland.Manjit Shahi is the "Runaway Groom" and Ashpreet Badwal is the Tearful BrideOne particular of th...
Author: Son Cummings
Immigration Law

Green Card through Marriage Criterion and Route

27th January 2011
Marriage based green cards may be availed by permanent residents of the US who marry a United States citizen or another legal permanent resident in the country. This is as per the rules and regulations available to the public by the United State federal g...
Author: Johnathon Ferrell
Immigration Law

What exactly is a Green Card Visa?

27th January 2011
A green card visa provides a foreign national the ability to permanently live and work in the United States. They can be attained due to reasons of family, employment, investor status, refugee or asylum status, or through a lottery process. A green car...
Author: Stanley Hermosillo
Immigration Law

Marriage Based Green Card Interview - An Overview

20th January 2011
Generally immigration petitions and applications for adjustment of status will be denied by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services where there is proof of fraud involved. These immigrants may be accused of fraud and are exposed to possible Green Ca...
Author: Emery Lang
Immigration Law

E-2 Visa Japan

17th January 2011
The following article will attempt to shed light upon the E-2 visa and the process of obtaining this American travel document for a foreign national. For those who are unfamiliar with the travel document formally referred to as an E-2 visa, this visa i...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

What is the Certificate of Naturalization and Is It Necessary?

17th January 2011
Naturalization at times referred to as naturalisation is the process of getting the citizenship and nationality by a person who was is not a citizen or national of the country in which he or she was born.Broadly, the key requirements for naturalization ar...
Author: Marin Cilic
Immigration Law

What is INS?

13th January 2011
The Immigration and Naturalization Services shortly called as INS was part of the United States Department of Justice. The INS was authorized to handle all the legal and illegal immigration and naturalization issues. The purpose of INS was to protect and ...
Author: h20mysticshadow
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