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How To Sponsor a Caregiver In the USA

Many people find themselves in need of a caregiver, whether for themselves, their children, a parent, or a disabled relative. Meanwhile, in addition to the challenges of managing childcare when many families have both parents working, AARP reports an impending shortage of family caregivers, in a country where a large portion of the population is approaching old […]

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When Is The Next Green Card Lottery?

For many, the Green Card Lottery represents the chance for a new life in a new country. The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, commonly known as the Green Card Lottery, makes available up to 50,000 immigrant visas each year. The lottery randomly selects eligible applicants from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. As the U.S. […]

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How Do I Enter the Immigration Lottery?

The immigration lottery, commonly known as the green card lottery and more formally called the Diversity Visa Program, randomly selects up to 50,000 eligible individuals from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. But entering is only step one, if you’re lucky enough to be selected. Read on to learn about the Diversity Visa […]

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Spousal Sponsorship in less than 6 months

“I recently had positive results in dealing with Niren and Associates. Niren and Associates have done an outstanding job with my spousal sponsorship application in less than 6 months. They also dealt with my daughter’s student visa. My lawyer worked diligently and professionally and was extremely knowledgeable. She did such an efficient job in getting […]

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What You Need to Know About the Changes to Canadian Citizenship Act

The Canadian Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, John McCallum, says the government of Canada is planning to make some changes to the Canadian Citizenship Act. Here’s what you need to know. Reduced Barriers As McCallum told the CBC, the government is “in general trying to reduce the barriers people have to overcome to become […]

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Canada Welcomes Foreign TV, Film and Dance Workers

Are you a foreign performing arts professional? If you work in television, film, theatre, or dance, entering Canada may become much easier for you as of February 17, 2016. Here’s why foreign workers in the performing arts will want to work in Canada in the coming months: More Jobs Will Be LMIA-Exempt As CIC News […]

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5 Myths About Canadian Permanent Residency

Avoid These Five Myths of Permanent Residency Dealing with the bureaucracy of Canada’s immigration system can be a daunting task. The laws, rules and regulations create a complicated process that results in misinformation being passed around as truth. The following five myths are common falsehoods, all of which can confuse your journey as permanent resident, […]

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5 Little Known Facts About Immigrating to New York City

Five Facts About Immigrating to the Big Apple New York is one of the capital cities of the world, drawing tens of millions of people to the Big Apple in pursuit of their goals and aspirations. Considering the vast amount of money and the huge population within the state, New York is a prime location […]

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Tips For A Successful Greencard Re-application

Green Cards for permanent residency provide visitors to the United States with the ability to live in the country as a permanent resident, giving them the ability to earn money and access government services similar to U.S. citizens. However, you can run into issues any time that you’re re-entering the United States, or if you […]

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Does Ted Cruz’s Canadian Birth Make Him Ineligible for the Presidency?

The U.S. election primaries are heating up. A lot of rhetoric about immigration is being heard, by not just the media but the candidates. The latest from Donald Trump claiming that his opponent, Ted Cruz, may in fact not be eligible to become an American citizen, based on the fact that he was born in […]

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