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Immigration Law

US citizenship for children

28th December 2011
US citizenship has always been a factor of attraction for many immigrants. This is due to the package of benefits and privileges that it bestows upon them. It is also for this reason that many illegal immigrants remain in the USA and give birth to a child...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Highest reward to the valour and Selfless Service of military personnel

01st June 2011
The greatest and most effective way in which one can show their love for their country is by serving in the Armed Forces (be it Army, Navy, Air Force or State Security Forces). A citizenís patriotism, dedication and strength (mental and physical) are put ...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

How to file US Citizenship Application for Haiti victims?

25th May 2011
A massive disaster struck Haiti in the form of a high intensity earthquake which resulted in a total devastation of Haiti. Help Haiti Act of 2010 was signed into law by the US President to help the Haiti victims. This will enable certain Haitian orphans ...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

What Is Citizenship?

28th March 2011
US Citizenship To qualify for American citizenship, you should be at least 18 years or older and a permanent resident (Green Card holder). You have to be a permanent resident for five years to be eligible to file for citizenship. If your spouse is a ...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

US Citizenship Form N-400

22nd March 2011
Want to become a US citizen and enjoy the advantages? As a US citizen, you have the right to vote in the US federal elections. You can petition your family members for permanent stay in the US. You can also obtain citizenship for your children born abr...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

NZ Immigration - Sponsor Your Parents in New Zealand

27th January 2011
Living and working in New Zealand permit a claimant to make his or her career but this must not be done at the cost of living without your parents. Here are some of the aspects linked with Family Sponsorship, Parent Category of New Zealand Immigration. ...
Author: Parmindar Singh
Immigration Law

Which Form to file for citizenship?

26th January 2011
Applicants must meet certain eligibility requirements before applying for US citizenship. Being at least 18 years or older and a being a permanent resident (Green Card holder) now and during all of the past 5 years are few of the requirements. You shoul...
Author: kevin
Immigration Law

Immigrant Investor Visas For Thai Nationals

19th January 2011
The forthcoming piece is designed to act as a kind of primer for those of Thai nationality who are interested in gaining insight into the United States EB-5 Immigrant Investor visa program. The EB-5 visa category was created in the 1990s and was design...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

American EB-5 Visa Processing Issues

17th January 2011
This article is merely meant to provide a very brief synopsis about the United States EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa. Notwithstanding recent economic turbulence the United States remains one of, if not; the most dynamic economies on Earth. This may be d...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

Form N-400, Application for Naturalization

26th November 2010
An immigrant can become a US citizen either by birth or through Naturalization. Naturalization is generally referred to as the procedure through which a person not born in the United States voluntarily becomes a U.S. Citizen. Immigrants who wish to get ...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

K-3 Visa Vietnam

24th November 2010
The forthcoming piece was written in an effort to provide insight for those researching the US K-3 visa process for Vietnamese husbands and wives of American Citizens. Some mistakenly believe that the K-3 visa is the traditional travel document utilize...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

Immigration and Naturalization Process in the US

22nd November 2010
Getting a visa, being sponsored by relatives for a green card (permanent resident card) or getting a green card through one's own eligibility are the commonly used immigration procedures to enter the United States. You can enter the United States through...
Author: brentwood

The U.S. Citizenship Process

07th September 2010
An individual is called a US citizen, when he/she is a legal member of the United States. Being a US Citizen , the individual has given many rights. The US Citizen may obtain the Social Security and Medicare benefits on retirement, given the right t...
Author: Linda_Williams
Immigration Law

Fiance Visa to the U.S. Meeting Requirement

28th June 2010
The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) requires K1 fiance visa applicants to have physically met in person before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) will grant the I-129F. This is simply one factor used to prove the bona fide...
Author: Cathy Tran Reck

6 Pros and Cons of Value Added Taxes

31st May 2010
Since we have been hearing so much about a Federal VAT over the past few years, I wanted to take a minute to review some of the largest pros and cons of such a tax with all of my blog readers. PRO: Increased Revenue Obviously, the largest benefit of...
Author: Roni Deutch
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