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Immigration Law

US Immigration Laws

06th December 2010
Immigration means the movement of a foreign individual into a country to live on a permanent basis. Each individual who wish to enter a country must seek permission to enter the country and abide by the law. The immigration law refers to the government po...
Author: h20mysticshadow
Immigration Law

USCIS- The Door Keepers To The World's Immigration Magnet

02nd December 2010
USCIS: the Door Keepers to the World's Immigration MagnetThe USCIS is not only a huge self-dependent federal government department but also the well-guarded entrance door to the world's most popular immigration destination.The department under Home Land S...
Author: Jeff Mckee
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

Receiving a Green Card through Relatives

24th November 2010
Getting a Green Card via RelativesReceiving a green card as a result of a relatives is achievable if the American family members member is in a single of three classes. A green card referred to as, also permanent residence, makes it possible for non-nativ...
Author: Jame Mcintosh
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. Lets discuss the details of these two categories ...
Author: Daniel Smith
Immigration Law

K-1 Visas: Laos

17th November 2010
The following article is intended to act as a sort of primer for those researching the K1 visa process for the first time. This article is written specifically to enlighten those with a Lao fiance(e). For Americans with a fiance or fiancee of any natio...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

K-3 Visa Cambodia

17th November 2010
The forthcoming piece is written in an attempt to provide illumination about the American K-3 visa process and the implications of the administrative closing of K-3 visa applications. The K-3 visa process was, at one time, a widely shared experience am...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

How to Get a Philippines Fiance Visa

10th November 2010
How to Get a Philippines Fiance Visa It is not unusual for a U.S. citizen to want to marry their Filipina fiance here in the United States. The way to do this is to petition for a Philippines fiancee visa or the K-1 visa for her. But this process i...
Author: fianceevisa
Immigration Law

Getting a K1 Visa for Your Foreign National Fiance(e)

10th November 2010
Getting a K1 Visa for Your Foreign National Fiance(e) If you want to marry your foreign born fiance(e) in the United States, you will need to file a petition with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services office for a K1 visa. We at EasyF...
Author: fianceevisa
Immigration Law

Filing For a Fiance Visa for the Philippines

10th November 2010
Filing ForaFiance Visa forthe Philippines Bringing your Filipina fiance in the United States can be a complicated process. It can cost you a lot of money and cause many frustrations if you do not know the correct process for applying for a fiancee vis...
Author: fianceevisa
Immigration Law

American K-1 Visa: Taiwan

10th November 2010
The following article is an attempt to provide a brief overview of the K1 visa process for a Taiwanese fiance of an American Citizen. The K1 visa process seems to invariably begin with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). This...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

Getting a B-1 visa

18th October 2010
Any individual who wishes to travel to United States must obtain a Visa. People who want to visit United States for business related issues can apply for Business visa known as B-1 visitor visa . B1 visa is a non immigrant visa where people who do not r...
Author: Samuel Beckett
Immigration Law

H-1B visas still accessible ? advocates of the visas urge cap to be lifted

07th October 2010
October 1st marks the starting of the time period for newly issued H-1B visas. The H-1B visas are employer-sponsored and enable really skilled workers from other nations to enter the US briefly. The visa can last for three many years and can be renewed f...
Author: Sandy Dickson
Immigration Law

What is USCIS form I-824?

23rd September 2010
The USCIS form I-824 is used to request a duplicate approval notice, to request an approval notice be sent to another US Consulate, or to request an approval notice be sent to a US Consulate for derivative visas for family members. Applicants who wish ...
Author: brentwood
Immigration Law

How to check the status of a US visa Petition?

16th August 2010
A foreign citizen who seeks to enter United States, must possess a Visa. A Visa is a travel document which gives an individual permission to travel to a specific country and stay there for the specific period of time. The Visa will be placed in the passp...
Author: Samuel Beckett
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