May 2020 - Page 2 of 4 - Stilt Blog

There are so many advantages to being a U.S. citizen. Just because you may be living outside of the U.S. for a while doesn’t mean you don’t want your children to share your heritage and those same privileges. If you are a U.S. citizen and you’re wondering whether your children born abroad can also get […]

Are you looking for an opportunity in the U.S., but don’t possess a unique skill or qualification to get you an H1B visa? Perhaps you are looking for a chance to earn in U.S. dollars and don’t mind working hard. Or maybe you need a change of scenery. Still, your options are limited in your […]

At this moment, COVID-19 is still a thing. Even though it’s been months since the virus started spreading, its effects are far from being gone. In fact, millions of people have been left with no jobs in the United States, including actual Americans and immigrants. If you’re part of the second category, you may be […]

You hear all the time that bad credit will affect your ability to take out loans. Bad credit can be extremely detrimental, and it will only feel like that when you need it the most. But what about having no credit? Is no credit better than bad credit? You will find the answer below. What […]

Having your family living in different places can be a little agitating, especially if you live in two different countries. If you are a U.S. citizen whose child is living in a foreign country with his/her spouse and children, and you want to bring them all to the U.S., F3 visas are the way to […]

Aside from worrying about the expiration date of your passport, you have to worry about the I-94 expiration date as well. In general, your I-94 is linked to your passport, and the validity is the same. If your passport expires, so does your I-94. What can you do in this situation? Well, you might want […]

Many requirements apply to an application for naturalization. Many of them relate to the condition to be present in the U.S. for a specified amount of time. This is where the 4 year 1 day rule comes in.  What is the 4 year 1 day rule, and does it apply to you? What are other […]

Are you about to move to a foreign country like the U.S.? Or have you already moved out just recently? Whichever it is, you must know that there are multiple things to consider before you do it and they all come under the India Income Tax Act. What is this though, and how does it […]

With the COVID-19 pandemic and disruptive lockdown orders affecting DMV operations, the agency has decided to extend the original enforcement deadline for the Real ID, Oct. 1, 2020, by a year to October 2021. This provides additional time to all involved parties to get their things in order. Here’s everything you need to know. What […]

During the times when COVID-19 is wreaking havoc into the United States, sending green card holders into uncertain lands, one more piece of news has appeared around the horizon. Senators are now asking President Donald to suspend any new H1B visas for people that are outside the United States for the next 60 days. Senators […]