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US Introduces Gender ‘X’ Passport for Non-Binary, Intersex, and Gender-Nonconforming Individuals
The United States joins a handful of other countries and recently issued the first passport to an individual who falls under the new Gender ‘X’. Thousands of US citizens across the country who have also been waiting for this change can now select ‘X” as their gender which is huge relief for many. Gender ‘X’ […]
Automatic Work Authorization Extensions for H-1B Visa Spouses
Are you the spouse of an H-1B visa holder in the United States seeking authorization to work? Maybe you’re already working in the United States and you’ve been affected by application processing delays. Either way, US officials have just announced a new policy that is great news for these individuals! More specifically, this policy will […]
What to Know About Medicare As a Green Card Holder
If you’re approaching retirement and have a green card, you might be wondering if you qualify for Medicare. Medicare is available to permanent legal residents in the United States but has some restrictions based on work and residency history. Medicare Requirements There are a few key differences in requirements for Medicare for green card holders. […]
Getting a Green Card through Registry
You may be eligible to register for a Green Card if you have resided continuously in the U.S. since before January 1, 1972. Current immigration law includes a provision known as “registry”, which permits some non-citizens who have lived in the United States for a long time but are either illegal or in the country on a […]
Green Cards for Victims of Crime and Human Trafficking
Victims of Crime and Human Trafficking may qualify for a Green Card to live in the US permanently. You may be eligible to apply as a… If you… Human Trafficking Victim Currently have a T nonimmigrant visa Crime Victim Currently have a U nonimmigrant visa Green Card for Victims of a Crime You must hold […]
What is the T Nonimmigrant Visa for Victims of Human Trafficking?
T nonimmigrant status is a temporary immigration benefit that allows certain victims of a severe form of human trafficking to stay in the United States for up to four years if they have complied with any reasonable request from law enforcement for assistance in the detection, investigation, or prosecution of human trafficking or qualify for […]
US Hits Mid Year H-2B Visa Cap for 2022
Did you know 33,000 foreign workers are already granted a US Immigration status in 2022? More specifically, thousands of skilled and unskilled workers who applied for the H-2B visa have been given the perfect opportunity to use their skills and make the US their new home. Only a certain number of immigrants can be invited […]
Getting a Green Card as a Refugee or Asylee
Both refugees and asylees are eligible to become permanent residents after living in the United States for at least one year. One year after the US government accepts your asylum or refugee plea, you can apply for an Asylum Green Card or Refugee Green Card. If your spouse or children got “derivative” asylum with you, […]
How to Cross the US/Canada Border: Travel Restriction Update
Travel restriction updates have been looming around for over a year now due to the impact COVID-19 left on the nation. Since then, both Canada and the United States have been slowly recovering by distributing vaccines to help reduce the virus from spreading. Oftentimes we are contacted by permanent residents from Canada and the United […]
US Reopening Border to Fully Vaccinated Travelers
October 18 Update: We have a date! US officials have announced a date for fully vaccinated travelers looking to enter the United States which you can learn more about below! The US announced its plans to ease travel restrictions to those interested in traveling from abroad. Many tourists have been waiting for this news since […]
What Does the United States National Visa Center Do?
The National Visa Center (NVC) is a branch of the United States Department of State that handles visa pre-processing on behalf of US embassies. The NVC, located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, handles much of the fundamental processing for immigrant visas (green cards), relieving each embassy of the load. They also process some nonimmigrant visa categories […]
US Extends Land Border Restrictions Until October 21st
According to White House officials, the United States has prolonged its land border shutdown with Canada and Mexico for non-essential travel until at least Oct. 21. These restrictions were first put in effect in March 2020 and have been extended on a monthly basis ever since. Much unlike Canada, which has opened its borders to […]
Democrats Effort to Help Illegal Immigrants in the United States
The Democratic Party has recently been suggesting ways to welcome more undocumented immigrants in the United States. The Biden administration shared their idea to create immigration pathways for illegal immigrants seeking US citizenship along with other categories. Those eligible included participants of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, those who are protected by […]
What is a PERM Labor Certification?
Many foreign nationals looking to immigrate to the United States to work are oftentimes asking more questions about the job offer requirement. This is a very important part of your US work visa application process as it’s the main requirement to qualify. Program Electronic Review Management is an online processing system for filing labor certification applications. […]
Covid-19 Vaccine Will Be Required for United States Green Card in 2021
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced a new policy on August 24, 2021, requiring foreign persons seeking a green card in the United States to be completely vaccinated against COVID-19. This new policy is said to take effect on October 1st, 2021. The CDC is in charge of assuring that non-citizens […]