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The process of applying for lawful permanent residence (a green card) in the U.S. has a lot of requirements. One of these requirements is that your application must fall into a particular category when you file. After filing your employment-based application, you may want to change the category. If so, you will need to understand […]

People get deported from the U.S. for all sorts of reasons. Some commit crimes or violate the immigration laws of the country, while others are unable to obey a visa’s terms. After being removed from the U.S., you will be unable to enter the country for 5, 1o, or 20 years, although some are permanently […]

The process of getting U.S. citizenship can be very long and confusing. There are different paths to becoming a U.S. citizen, each of which has different requirements (you can learn how to apply for citizenship here). Most of the paths to naturalized citizenship require an in-person interview. It is important to make a good impression […]

Once a baby is born, the hearts of the parents are filled with joy – they just welcomed a new member into their lives, after all. However, after experiencing these feelings, you must start thinking about applying for a birth certificate for the newborn. In some cases, you even need to start looking into how […]

Birth certificates are very simple but very important one-page documents (and sometimes two-page documents). Now that you welcomed another family member into your life, it’s time to make it official with a birth certificate. But how long does it take to get baby’s birth certificate? It depends on the situation, so read on to find […]

The P2 Visa is a very useful document for individuals who are entertainers or artists and want to show off their performance abroad. Not only is this visa granting them access to the United States, but it also allows their support personnel to enter the country so they can set up everything for a successful […]

The death of a loved one can be a very difficult time, especially if you are abroad when a family emergency happens. Not only do you have to deal with the grief of losing someone you deeply care about, but you are also in a situation that requires getting an emergency passport. How to get […]

The U visa is one of the types of visas where you have the right to remain in the U.S. for as long as the visa is valid. You may be wondering if there is a path from having a U visa to a green card. Read on to learn about U visa adjustment of […]

If you are coming to the United States on a visa, then you may expect to be asked a series of questions upon your arrival at the airport. Every immigrant or non-immigrant individual will have to pass through primary and secondary inspections, where the officers will check their documents and information. What Questions Do US […]

Understanding work authorization in the United States as a non-citizen can be difficult. There are many different kinds of visas you can apply for. This article will help you understand the various types of employment-based visas that you could apply for. What are the Different Types of Employment-Based Visas? Employment-based visas allow you to work […]