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Motherhood comes with many rewards. This is what makes each sacrifice worth the effort, as there are many challenges that come with the territory, as well. These challenges are, most of all, of financial nature. Bringing a child into the world entails a lot of...

Are you a conditional permanent resident of the US, and want to achieve an unconditional permanent resident status? This article is for you. In here, we will have a closer look at how you can achieve a permanent resident status without any conditions. We will...

As a US citizen, you can bring your alien fiancé (e) to the United States with the intention to marry and live here with a Fiancé (e) K1 Visa. However, if your fiancé (e) has a minor child who requires to enter into the United...

According to most immigration specialists, filling out form I-864 can be a tad challenging. That’s because the form itself is rather complex, which makes it confusing. If you feel clueless and nervous about completing this form, we believe that this guide will clarify things a...

The perks of owning your first credit card can be really beneficial! But life hits hard when you have started to make those monthly repayments or you let your credit card debt get out of control. Not to mention when the reality of the high...

Filing paperwork with the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) can become complicated. Especially if you mail your applications to the USCIS. How will you know if they have received it? What can you do to get the acceptance notice regarding your applications? What if...

Are you a foreign national submitting an immigration-related application, petition, or appeal in the United States? Do you need the services of an attorney to process the case on your behalf? If your answer is yes, then you would need to submit Form G-28 to...

You have a world of opportunities waiting for you. You moved to the U.S. with either your spouse or parent who holds an H1 visa. Your H4 visa grants you many rights in the U.S., but you need to set a couple of things in...

A green card (also referred to as a permanent resident card) is a document that is given to foreigners, offering them the right to work and live in the United States legally. Therefore, if you lose your green card, you might put your citizenship in...

EAD is the abbreviation for Employment Authorization Document, and it is something that concerns those that choose to migrate to the US. You might already know by now that the law system regarding the working rights of immigrants are continually changing. And it may be...