U.S.Immigration

05/17/2018

Resume H-1B Premium Processing for Certain Cap-Exempt Petitions

Category : U.S.Immigration

H-1B Premium Processing for Certain Cap-Exempt PetitionsPremium processing of H-1B visa is available under exceptional circumstances for applicants fulfilling certain conditions prescribed by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The H-1B visa has a maximum limit of 65,000 visas for ev...

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05/04/2018

What are the benefits of immigration in the USA?

Category : U.S.Immigration

The United States is a diverse country and has people from all over the world making the country their home. And that is why the country is known as the “melting pot”. Talented individuals in various fields move to the country in search of better opportunities and prospects or the American Dream. Such inflow of talents provides the United States with many economic benefits.

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03/21/2018

What documents do I need to travel outside the United States?

Category : U.S.Immigration

Any person crossing any international border is required to carry all the necessary travel documents with them in person. As a permanent resident of the United States, you must be responsible to carry valid travel documents that will not only take you out of the country, but will also bring you back into the U.S when you return from your overseas trip.

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09/26/2017

What happens when my DACA expires?

Category : U.S.Immigration

President Donald Trump’s administration announced on September 5, 2017 that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) would be brought to an end. This means that if you are under DACA right now, it will be valid along with your Employment Authorization Document (EAD) only until it expires. If you have filed an initial or renewal application for DACA with the USCIS on or before Sep. 5, 2017, your application will b...

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09/05/2017

How Long is a Work Permit Usually Valid?

Category : U.S.Immigration

How Long is a Work Permit Usually ValidThe Employment Authorization Document, in short EAD, has a validity period and it varies from one person to another. The validity period for the U.S work permit is based on the legal status of the applicant, if the work permit is being renewed or if the applic...

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09/05/2017

Special Immigration Priority for Immediate Relatives of US Citizens

Category : U.S.Immigration

Special Immigration Priority for Immediate Relatives of US CitizensThe US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides special Immigration priorities for the immediate family members of US citizens. Immediate family members include spouses of the US citizens, their children and also t...

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09/05/2017

Do You Know About Immigration Ban and It's Effects?

Category : U.S.Immigration

Immigration Ban and It's EffectsDuring the first week at office, President Trump issued an executive order that banned entry of citizens from several Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) countries from en...

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07/11/2017

Do You Know US Citizens Must File Separate Immigrant Petitions for Spouses and Children?

Category : U.S.Immigration

Petition-for-Alien-RelativeU.S citizens can bring their immediate relatives who are outside to the U.S into the country by applying for Petition for Alien Relative, Form I-130, for spouses....

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07/07/2017

7 Common Immigration Mistakes to be avoided

Category : U.S.Immigration

immigration-mistakesWhile applying for immigration benefits, there are some common mistakes people make, but can be avoided. These mistakes can sometimes cause serious trouble at the end of the road, like no...

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09/05/2017

Things to know about Immigration Visa types

Category : U.S.Immigration

The US is a land of opportunities. Many foreign nationals look for opportunities to work in the US and the United States welcomes skilled people from other countries. In order to work in the US, foreign nationals are required to secure legal permission from the concerned authorities.

The employers also need to make sure the person they are hiring are eligible to work in the US. The immigration status of Green card holders, refugees and people who the US has given asylum to are eligible to work in the country...

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06/12/2017

Green Card Renewal and U.S.Citizenship Fee

Category : U.S.Immigration

A Green card provided by the US Government is a document that proves the holder has a legal status in the country and not an undocumented person. A green card has to be renewed every ten years to maintain the card holder’s permanent resident status.

In order to Renew a Green card, the holder has to fill I-90 form and submit it to the USCIS along with an application fees of $455, and a biometric fee of $85. In order ...

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09/05/2017

Interpreter Requirements

Category : U.S.Immigration

Qualifications Required to Serve as an Interpreter

Interpreter requirementsThere are certain qualifications required to make a good interpreter. The officers at USCIS evaluate and determine whether the candidate meets the qualifications required to make a good interpreter, including the option of granting exceptions for worthy causes when the ...

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Important Immigration Forms

U.S. Citizenship Form N-400 Green Card Renewal Form I-90

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