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Different Types of P Visas

The P visa, also known as the performer visa, is intended for performing groups including culturally unique performance groups, athletes, teachers, and coaches. This is another way in which a person can enter the United States legally. There are three different types of P visas. Admission to the United States with this type of visa […]

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Do I Qualify For Asylum?

An option available for obtaining a Green Card to the United States is asylum. One of the most commonly asked questions is, do I qualify for asylum? This is granted to people who stay in the United States because they have good reason not to return to their home country. Reasons for this include persecution […]

Friday, April 8, 2011

EB5 Employment Creation & Investment Visa

When it comes to different types of Visas, you can never know too much. One of the main reasons why people have trouble getting Visas is because they aren’t educated about the requirements and steps it takes to get one. One type of Visa that people can apply for is the EB5 Employment Creation & […]

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Different Types of Immigrant Petitions

Immigration can be a tricky process. Unless you are educated about the different laws and regulations surrounding it, you might end up getting very frustrated and disappointed. It can be in your best interest to hire an immigration attorney to help you sort through paperwork and filing. One of the first things you should try […]

Monday, March 14, 2011

What to Know About E-2 Treaty Investment Visas

Sometimes, the main reason someone from out of the country would want to enter the U.S. is for a business investment. The easiest way to do this is through the use of E-2 Treaty Investment Visas.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Immigration Law and Divorce Basics

A divorce is a difficult situation. When you add immigration to the mix, things really become complicated. It’s important to be aware of the ways a divorce can affect a person’s immigration status. It has been estimated that close to 400,000 people in the United States marry individuals from foreign countries each year taking steps […]

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Preparing for an Immigration Interview

If you are attempting to become a U.S. naturalized citizen, you may find yourself subject to an immigration interview with an official from the Bureau of U.S. Citizenship. Not all immigration processes involve an interview, however there are many that do. To some degree it can be difficult to foresee how the interview process will […]

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Tips for Finding the Right Immigration Attorney

The process of completing immigration forms can become downright overwhelming. Some of the information can be confusing and difficult to interpret. When you’re filing important, time sensitive forms required to become a U.S. citizen, need help determining which type of visa is best for your situation, or need assistance handling unexpected issues that come up […]

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Do Non-Citizens Need a Social Security Number?

Do foreign born U.S. residents need to apply for a social security number to work legally in this country? Not necessarily. In the United States a social security number is one of many forms of identification. It allows individuals to work, receive social security benefits and other social services and financial resources. Non-citizens are not […]

Monday, January 31, 2011

6 Steps to Becoming a Naturalized U.S. Citizen

Foreign born residents living in the U.S. for at least five years have an opportunity to apply to become a naturalized U.S. citizen. Naturalization applications are handled by the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, also known as the USCIS. U.S. citizenship status will give you with certain rights: • The right to vote in […]

Wednesday, January 19, 2011
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