Immigration

At this point, visas are mandatory to maintain a work position overseas – and without one, you will be forced to return to your country of origin. However, with employers collaborating with foreign non-immigrants, an understanding can be reached and they may remain lawfully in...

Applying for a visa in the US comes with a bunch of costs. And you should know what these costs are beforehand so that you know what to expect. To that end, if you’re asking how much does it cost for a visa, this article...

An interview is one of the most important parts of being granted a visa – particularly when you are claiming to be someone else’s fiancé. Generally speaking, every visa request would require its applicants to go through an interview – but the K1 interview would...

U.S. citizens over 21 years old can file a petition for permanent residence on behalf of their non-U.S. citizen parents, and it starts with filling out an I-130 Form. The I-130 is a fairly long and complex form to fill out, and people often get...

The U.S. has a long history of helping asylum seekers find a new home in times of difficulty - even if it is just for a limited time. TPS (Temporary Protected Status) is one of the ways the U.S. Government does this. If you are finding...

As a result of Indian emigration, over 15.6 million people of Indian descent live outside the Republic of India. Many of these people wish to visit or return to India, and they can do so by obtaining the Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) immigration status. OCI...

If you've entered the U.S. to protect yourself from political instability or other disturbances in your home country, you can apply for asylum within one year of your arrival. However, you need to wait until you are provided with asylum to qualify for a work...

Changing your country of residence can be a challenge, particularly as an asylum seeker. There are certain conditions you must meet, and you have to get acquainted with the steps you need to follow in order to settle in the US. If you’ve been considering migrating...

If you seek asylum in the US, you have to follow a few specific procedures and steps. One of them is filing a form I-589, which is an application for asylum. Once you do that, the next step is being called to an interview. If...

Millions of people in the U.S. work as freelancers. They have traded the corporate lifestyle for a remote workspace. They are their own bosses and strive to serve their client base as best possible. The freelance labor supply in the U.S. is growing. Let’s have...