15Dec
By: Kaytie On: December 15, 2016 In: Employment-Based, Immigration, Legal Resources, Maintaining Status Comments: 0

H-1B visas are valuable to many immigrants. Only 65,000 are allotted each year. If you are lucky enough to obtain an H-1B visa, you would be well-advised to hold on to it. But what if you are fired from the job sponsoring your H-1B visa?

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15Dec
By: Autumn On: December 15, 2016 In: Adjusting Status, Immigration, Legal Topics Comments: 0

Immigration DNA testing is not always necessary when coming to the US. However, if your immigration case hinges on the ability to prove your biological relationship to a family member, you may need DNA testing. Find out when you should consider this step.

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15Dec
By: Autumn On: December 15, 2016 In: Adjusting Status, Immigration, Legal Interpreting, Legal Translation Comments: 0

A USCIS medical exam is necessary for most immigrants before being admitted into the US. The purpose of the exam is to ensure you do not have a condition that could be dangerous to others, or diseases you might spread to other US residents.

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13Dec
By: Guest On: December 13, 2016 In: Immigration, News, Special Visas Comments: 0

The diversity visa lottery offers an exciting opportunity to immigrate to the US. The registration period for the 2015 Diversity Program has already opened, so it's time to get those applications in order. Read this to find out what you need to know about the 2014 diversity visa lottery....

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13Dec
By: Guest On: December 13, 2016 In: Employment-Based, Immigration Comments: 0

Business owners seeking entrée to the US market should seriously consider the multi-faceted purposes offered by way of a professional Business Plan. Not only will it be a catalyst to the success of the visa application that is critical to developing full-scale US operations, but it will certainly be the...

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13Dec
By: Julia On: December 13, 2016 In: Citizenship, Immigration, News Comments: 0

Starting this fall, it will become a little more difficult for those hoping to become Canadian citizens to prove their language skills. Under a new policy, anyone applying for Canadian citizenship must provide “objective evidence” of their English or French language abilities, both oral and written, according to the National...

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12Dec
By: Julia On: December 12, 2016 In: Adjusting Status, Immigration Comments: 0

Assembling and submitting an immigration application to US Citizenship & Immigration Services is a detailed process. Here are some tips to help you save time and make sure your immigration application is complete and properly submitted.

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12Dec
By: Julia On: December 12, 2016 In: Adjusting Status, Immigration Comments: 0

Green cards and visas are both government-issued documents for immigrants, but they bestow very different rights and privileges in the US. The critical difference is that a green card allows the holder to remain and work in the US indefinitely, while the visa is reserved for a temporary stay.

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12Dec
By: Julia On: December 12, 2016 In: Immigration, Maintaining Status Comments: 0

Are you about to overstay your visa? Overstaying your visa by failing to extend your stay or failing to leave the US by the right date will cause you to be out of status. This may result in being ineligible for a visa in the future.

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12Dec
By: Julia On: December 12, 2016 In: Immigration, News Comments: 0

With a growing number of refugees from Burma making their way to the US, communities throughout America are finding themselves searching for ways to assist these new arrivals. In FY 2010, the US admitted more than 10,000 Burmese Karen and Karenni refugees living in camps along the Thai-Burma border and 6,000...

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