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How to Immigrate Into the United States Permanently
As of 2018, there are more than 44 million immigrants living in the United States. If you are currently outside the US, your path begins by applying for an immigrant visa and become a permanent resident. On the other hand, if you are already in the US, you can apply for permanent resident status through the "adjustment of status" process. After living in the US as a permanent resident
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20-04-2021, 19:30
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How to Write an Affidavit Letter for Immigration
If someone you know is immigrating to the United States, you might need to write an affidavit letter – a written statement you submit under oath that the facts within it are true. There are several situations in which someone you know who is in the process of immigration may want you to write an affidavit letter on his or her behalf. Typically, you write an affidavit because you are
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1-02-2021, 15:10
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How to Get an Affidavit of Support
Immigrating to the United States is a lengthy and involved process. Part of that process frequently includes obtaining a sponsor who will swear to financially support you if you are unable to support yourself while in the United States. The following article is a brief overview of obtaining an Affidavit of Support.
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9-01-2021, 22:10
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How to Obtain Copies of Immigration Forms
Immigration forms need to be obtained and properly filled out in order to come and live permanently in the United States. The United States government, specifically the State Department and Citizenship and Immigration Services, is responsible for making these forms available. Different forms will be used in different scenarios (e.g., whether you are immigrating based on family or
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1-12-2020, 06:20
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How to Adjust Immigration Status for a Stepchild
If you are a United States citizen or permanent resident, then you can bring your step-child to the United States. He or she will become a permanent resident. In order to start the process, you need to download and complete the correct form. You also need to complete a form for your stepchild. Although the process for adjusting a step-child’s status is not generally complicated, you
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17-11-2020, 18:10
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How to Write a Reference Letter for Immigration
People involved in immigration-related proceedings often need to support their applications with reference letters from community members and colleagues. These letters are used by judges and other government officials to assess whether the person involved in the immigration proceeding has good moral character. If you have been asked to write a letter, then you should take the time to
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25-10-2020, 15:10
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How to Contact Immigration
The U.S. Customs and Immigration Service and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are the two main governmental agencies that deal with U.S. immigration matters. The Department of State also handles visa applications and interviews outside the U.S. How you contact immigration depends on which agency you need, what you need, and whether you are inside or outside of the United States.
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22-03-2018, 14:00
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How to Become a Legal Permanent Resident of the United States
Expert Reviewed Becoming a legal permanent resident of the United States is a lengthy bureaucratic process. Once you determine your eligibility, you will need to find someone who can sponsor your application. Then, you and your sponsor will have to provide substantial evidence of your status, employment, or relationship. The process of becoming a legal permanent resident will generally
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How to Apply for an H 1B Visa
Expert Reviewed An H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows U.S. employers to temporarily employ foreign workers in specialty occupations. To apply for an H-1B visa, you must have an offer of employment from a U.S. company that is willing to serve as a petitioner in your visa application. The position for which the employer seeks to hire you must require at least a Bachelor's