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The EB-5 visa is a special immigration visa that gives a particular applicant permanent residency immediately after arriving in the United States. To qualify for this visa, similar to the EB-4 visa, one needs to invest a significant portion of money into the United States. This permanent residency route is reserved for only those foreign […]

If you live in the United States, perhaps you’ve heard of HelloFresh and even made some orders through it. Hellofresh is a subscription box service, and it is great for people who want to take care of meal planning, so they do not end up spending ages trying to figure out what to cook. But […]

The United States of America sees many people trying to immigrate there permanently for various reasons, such as better standard of living, employment opportunities, or living with family. If you are one of those people, you would have to go through naturalization to complete your migration. This process includes filling the form N–400. It is […]

Chegg is a great service for people who need any digital and physical textbooks, rentals, online tutoring, and any other similar things. Students who are about to graduate find Chegg especially helpful. But even if it is useful, you may decide to cancel the subscription at some point, especially once it’s served its purpose and […]

Many people want to go to the United States and get their Green Card. Still, some people are found to be inadmissible to the country. Luckily, there are ways to work around it, and if you use Form I-601 on the USCIS website, you may be able to achieve your dream. What exactly is this […]

  At Stilt, we believe in transparency, clarity, and honesty. We believe better-informed borrowers are good borrowers. As we grow, we want to inform potential borrowers about what makes a good application at Stilt. What should they expect when they apply for a loan. This will help them give us the right information we are […]

People who have a credit or debit card know how useful ATMs can be. An ATM allows you to withdraw various sums of money – enabling access to your funds at any time. But despite this, banks have some limits set for withdrawals when it comes to how much you can withdraw on a daily […]

If you have an Apple device like an iPad or iPhone, Apple pay is an easy way to access your money using your device. The app provides different services to make it easy to use your money. If you want to learn more about how to send money through Apple Pay, you can read more […]

The EB – 2 NIW is a type of employment-based visa granted to people who do not require any sponsorship. NIW means “National Interest Waiver,” which is tagged if the government waives citizenship employment requirements. Hence, if you are a qualified individual, you will have to self-petition to gain access to a green card with […]

In recent years, there has been a rise in stock brokerages that allow customers to interact through online platforms and mobile applications. Two popular brokerages in the United States are TD Ameritrade and Robinhood. If you want to begin retail trading but are unsure about the distinction between TD Ameritrade vs Robinhood, read on. TD […]