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Traveling to the United States can be a confusing and stressful process. There are important documents that you have to understand. This is especially true if you are traveling to the U.S. to work on an H1B visa. There are many documents you need to have. One of these is the education evaluation for H1B […]

Immigrating to the U.S. is a dream for many people, especially those who are looking for a better job or education. Some try to do it by marrying a U.S. citizen, thinking that this would instantly give them a lawful permanent resident status. However, certain barriers prevent some family members from getting lawful permanent resident […]

You might be eager to prepare for your vacation, particularly if you need a break from the daily routine. But if you also have a new member in the family, you must also consider the baby and get everything ready to be able to take your little one with you. So, you will have to […]

Starting with the 22nd of January, travelers who are coming to the United State and enter through ferry terminals and land ports must offer proof of vaccination, if necessary. Later on, in April, the CDC updated those requirements, announcing an extension. Travelers will receive a code used to locate a port of entry, necessary for […]

Air travel is sometimes confusing. There are many procedures and documents which are unique to air travel. One of these is boarding passes, which have information about passengers and their airlines. Not all of this information is easy to understand. Read on to find out what “SSSS” means on a boarding pass. What Does “SSSS” […]

Visas come in two types: immigrant visas and nonimmigrant visas. Depending on your situation, you may need to obtain one or the other. If you’ve never dealt with visa applications before, you might be wondering “What is a nonimmigrant visa?” If you’d like to go to the U.S., then you must find out more about […]

Photo ID laws get a lot of attention, especially during elections. A lot of individuals discuss whether people who vote should present any photo identification when they show up at the polls, but the different opinions split voters. Some say that presenting a photo ID is great for ballot fraud prevention, whereas others consider that […]

The Visa Bulletin is released by the U.S. Department of State every month. This bulletin reveals how many green cards are available for each category and also shows priority dates. On that bulletin, people can see two types of dates: filing date charts and final action date charts. But what is the difference between them? […]

Traveling to new countries can be a confusing process. There are important documents and procedures that you have to understand. One of these procedures is customs inspection. It is important to know do you go through customs when leaving the U.S. When Passengers Need to Go Through Customs Customs is the process of controlling what […]

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. All of these paths have requirements regarding the time spent in the United States, but none of them is automatic. Read on to learn more about automatic citizenship […]