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A credit card gives you instant access to a loan. Although the interest rate and fees on a credit card can be significant, a good credit card is a very important part of a good financial plan. One of the requirements when applying for a credit card is a federal taxpayer identification number. For U.S. […]

Tax season can be a very stressful time of the year. It combines the difficulty of navigating complex laws with the challenge of understanding your finances. One of the most important aspects of tax filing is your taxpayer identification. If you have a social security number, that is your taxpayer ID. Otherwise, you need to […]

Tax season can be a very stressful time of the year. It combines the difficulty of navigating complex laws with the challenge of understanding your finances. One of the most important aspects of tax filing is your ITIN for immigrants. Read on if you have been asking yourself, ‘Where can I find my ITIN number?’ […]

Traveling to the United States can be a confusing and stressful process. There are important documents you have to understand. One of these is the L1A Visa, especially if you are traveling for business. The name does not give much information, so read on to learn more about the L1A Visa. What is an L1A […]

If you’re an Indian citizen and you pay taxes, you must have a PAN or permanent account number. One can also get a PAN Card when they get their PAN. But what exactly is a PAN card? If you want to learn more about this card and its benefits, this post will give you all […]

A citizen is someone who has the right to all the services and protection of a national government. Generally, people are citizens of the country they were born in. It is also possible to be a citizen of more than one country. However, not all countries allow this. Read on to learn can you have […]

Being found inadmissible to the U.S. is one of an immigrant’s worst nightmares. You may have committed some violations that prevent you from getting a green card. Therefore, you may be thinking of filing the i-601 Waiver, respectively the Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility. It may be a challenging document to complete, so […]

There are four ways to become a U.S. citizen: it can be done via your parents, marriage, naturalization, or the military. Now, people want to immigrate to America for many reasons, and in 2019, immigrants already made up 13.7% of the total population of the U.S, with over 44.9 million immigrants living in the States […]

Immigrating to the U.S. is a dream that many people have. But in order to be able to start this new chapter of your life, you must know what the process involves and what requirements you have to meet to move to the US. Immigration is a complex process, and it will take a while […]

Airport security has always been time-consuming to go through, and for low-risk travelers, this can be something of a problem – one that can even lead to a missed flight. That being said, the enrollment of pre-checks to a variety of airports can save a lot of time for the average traveler and pose little […]