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Do I need to replace my Green Card if my name changes?

11th March 2010
A Green Card also known as the Permanent Resident Card, is the evidence of your status as a Lawful Permanent Resident with a right to live and work permanently in the United States. By law, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS, expe...
Author: Leedir
Immigration Law

Immigration to Canada Process is Fast and Safe

16th February 2010
Canada is the first choice amongst people who are planning to settle down in some other country for the rest of their life. Canada is an industrialized nation booming with unlimited opportunities for immigrants. Hundreds of people every year apply for imm...
Author: Jacob

Adjustment of Status: Is a Prior Waiver Binding During Adjustment Proceedings

20th January 2010
The K1 fiance visa is a well known and popular travel document used to reunite bi-national loved ones. It is popular because it has a faster processing time when compared to US Family Immigrant Visas and the K3 marriage visas. However, a crucial downside ...
Author: US Visa Lawyer
Immigration Law

K1 Visa Thailand : Adjustment of Status of Thai Fiancee

23rd December 2009
Thailand K1 Visa: Adjustment of Status of Thai Fiancee A Thai national who marries a U.S. citizen does not automatically become a U.S. citizen. If the Thai fiancee is present in the United States on a K1 fiancée visa, she must marry her US fiancé bef...
Author: Dennis Ramm
Immigration Law

Green Card FAQ

07th December 2009
Some people have questions or concerns about the United States Green Card Lottery program. In this article, we will provide a list of questions followed with answers to help you understand how the program works and what you will need to apply. Q: Is t...
Author: Usafis

American Visa Thailand: The G28 Form

19th October 2009
Recently the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service has issued a notice that the form G28 Notice of Appearance will be updated and the updated form will be the only one accepted in the future. The following article will briefly describe what th...
Author: US Visa Lawyer

The K-3 Visa Makes it Easier for Spouses of US Citizens

27th March 2009
Formerly, spouses of U.S. citizens had to apply for a visa from outside the U.S. and wait for their green card to be approved before they could travel there. However with the introduction of the K3 visa, spouses are now permitted to enter the U.S. whilst ...
Author: Michiel Van Kets

K1 Fiancée Visa - Nonimmigrant Visa for Fiancée

20th February 2009
The K1 fiancée visa is a nonimmigrant visa for a fiancé (e) of a foreign nationality to come to the United States and marry his/her American fiancé (e) and reside in the States permanently. For a K1 nonimmigrant petition to be approved, the marriage mu...
Author: Reva Cruz

10 Tips to Succeed in the USCIS Marriage Interview

20th October 2008
Jennie Barbara, a foreign national, and Robbie Nathan, a US citizen, have been married for about a year now. Robbie filed a relative petition for Jennie shortly after their marriage, and Jennie filed for adjustment of status. Despite the fact that everyth...

The K-3 Visa: What is it and who qualifies for it?

20th October 2008
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of State (DOS) estimates that each year 450,000 US citizens marry foreign nationals. They also believe that a large percentage of these marriages are entered into solely for immigrat...

H1B Visa issues and its solutions

11th May 2008
I currently have an H1B Visa. My current employer/sponsor is considering moving his office to a different location, can I re-locate with the company under my current visa or will I need to file a new application? Also, my employer may want me to frequentl...
Author: Sukhdeep

Immigration Dept rejoices as "Lost Canadians" citizenship bill is passed

07th May 2008
95% of the cases of "Lost Canadians" will be resolved, said Citizenship and Immigration Minister Diane Finley, thanks to Bill C-37. People who are citizens when this law comes into force will not lose their citizenship as a result of these amendments....
Author: Robert Palmer

When to use USCIS Premium Processing

29th August 2007
When to use Premium Processing What is Premium Processing? On June 1, 2001, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (now U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) put into place a Premium Processing Service, promising to speed up the agency...
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