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Immigration Law

The 411 on the EB-5 Visa

16th August 2011
The EB-5 visa was created by the United States Immigration Act of 1990, providing a specific method of green card application for foreign nationals who invest money in the U.S. The 1992 Immigrant Investor Pilot Program, aimed at stimulating economic activ...
Author: Joe Sloboda
Immigration Law

All About INS

06th April 2011
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (formerly the INS) is the official government agency that manages the entire immigration related matters in the United States. The United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) were earlier kno...
Author: Paul Anderson

American Permanent Residence Through Business

14th March 2011
Multinational business owners and officers are the best, as far as the US immigration law is concerned. This is why they are classified as having the main priority when it comes to United States of America Permanent Citizenship. This piece explores how ow...
Author: Denny Knight
Immigration Law

Are you currently Required to Renew Your Alien Card?

14th March 2011
"Green Card" refers towards the official card issued from the U.S. government to those that grow to be lawful permanent residents (immigrants) as evidence of their authorization to stay and work within the United States. It really is officially referred t...
Author: Aditya Mittal
Immigration Law

US Permanent Residency Through Business Expansion

26th February 2011
International business owners and officers are the privileged, as far as the US immigration law is concerned. This is why they are categorized as having the main concern when it comes to US Permanent Residency. This piece explores how owners and executive...
Author: Al Kola
Immigration Law

Have you been Required to Renew Your Green Card?

23rd February 2011
"Green Card" refers for the official card issued from the U.S. federal government to those that turn into lawful permanent residents (immigrants) as proof of their authorization to stay and work within the United States. It is formally named Form I-551, t...
Author: Jeff Whitaker
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

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

EB-5 Visa China

17th January 2011
This piece is an attempt to provide illumination regarding the EB-5 visa process for those of Chinese nationality. The EB-5 visa is an immigrant investor visa which provides lawful permanent residence to the bearer. For those who are unfamiliar with Un...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

Understanding the EB5 Visa Program

22nd December 2010
The United States of America is oftentimes referred to as the “Land of Opportunity,” and is a top choice among the world's nations for people looking to emigrate. In 2008 alone, more than one million foreign people became US citizens. Unfortunately, many ...
Author: Stanley Hermosillo
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

Green Card Application

13th October 2010
A Green Card is an authorization which serves as a proof that the individual has the rights to live and work permanently in the United States. A person with a valid Green Card also means that he/she is registered in the U.S. in accordance with United Stat...
Author: brentwood
Immigration Law

Is it worth participating in the diversity visa lottery

06th October 2010
A common question in the minds of many individuals who want to live and work in the US is ,” Is it worth participating in the diversity visa lottery?” It certainly is. Though randomly selected by a computer, it is indeed worth giving it a try since ther...
Author: Samuel Beckett
Immigration Law

Ways to Obtain H1 B Renewal

24th September 2010
The H1-B is a non immigrant visa offered for foreign persons, which often allows these individuals to be able to work on Usa in selected profession jobs. The general process for filing an application to get the H1 B visa include things like The part...
Author: h1bextension
Immigration Law

Waiver....An Essential Passport To Enter To The US

15th September 2010
Existence of a criminal record can be a big hindrance to not only getting good jobs but also entering the US. While traveling to the US especially, the most important thing to keep in mind is that if you hold a criminal record in your home country be it C...
Author: astonbordon
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