Life in America: US Immigration News

The latest US immigration news and updates on living in the US as an immigrant including on how to adapt to life in America. Moving to the US can be a hard adjustment to a new life, job, neighborhood, language, currency, and culture but here are the latest stories on life in the US as an American citizen, Permanent Resident, or visitor.

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Settling in the US: Things To Do After You Arrive

November 21, 2018 /

What Immigrants Should Do Their First Week in America Every year, the United States welcomes thousands of immigrants from all around the world. It is diverse, beautiful and full of opportunities. Starting a new life in America could be one of the most important decisions you’ve ever made. The first couple months can be scary […]

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Green Card About to Expire? Learn How to Apply for Your Citizenship!

September 12, 2018 /

A Green Card acts as proof that you have been granted the right to be in the United States as a lawful immigrant. You are required to carry your Green Card on you. They are valid for 10 years and at the end of those 10 years, you need to renew your card. Renewing your […]

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Immigrants Who Helped Make America Great

September 4, 2018 /

Immigration is a hot topic for the world right now. This topic has been at the forefront of many political debates, news headlines, and conversations throughout America especially. Unfortunately, most of the topic of immigration in America has been that of a negative one  which includes a generalization and sterotypes of immigrants. In today’s age, […]

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Top 10 Cities for Immigrants to Live in the United States

February 6, 2018 /

Milwaukee, WI One of the most appealing traits of Milwaukee is it’s affordability. The average cost of living here is found well below the national average. Affordability is especially important for immigrants who have just arrived and may not have the same support systems to fall back on as other Americans do. Some cities in […]

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Top 10 Reasons to Move to the U.S.

October 11, 2017 /

Sure, there are a significant amount of reasons one may want to move to America. It is common for individuals to move based on a job opportunity, a loved one, or simply because they are seeking to live out the ‘American Dream’. The United States has a long tradition of welcoming people from all backgrounds […]

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How Much Should I Budget for Immigration Lawyer Fees?

February 3, 2015 /

Got your heart set on immigrating, but aren’t sure how much to budget for immigration lawyer fees? For immigration programs such as Express Entry, hiring an immigration lawyer isn’t absolutely essential, but it can be beneficial if you’re unsure of how to proceed or want to increase your chances of success. To help you get […]

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Can a US Work Visa Holder’s Spouse Work in the US?

September 26, 2014 /

(Below is a transcription of this video) So we’ve got a question. Can a spouse of a work permit holder work in the United States? Work Parameters for US Work Visa Holder’s Spouse So, generally speaking, when an individual applies for a work visa to the U.S. they can bring their spouse and dependent children […]

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Moving from Canada to the US 2019

March 17, 2014 /

Moving can be very stressful for anyone. Moving to a different country can be even more stressful. There are laws that must be followed when moving to a different country. Of course, there are plenty of forms to fill out, no matter what country you are moving to. If you’re moving from Canada to the […]

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Can Canadians Retire in the USA?

April 15, 2013 /

Retiring to the United States is a dream of many, but it is not as if you can just pack up and move to the United States because it’s time to retire. Even if you are a Canadian citizen, moving from Canada to the USA requires the proper channels in order to do so. Whether you […]

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Can Canadians Retire in the US?

April 13, 2013 /

  It’s no secret that many Canadians of retirement age travel to the United States every year to spend the winter, but what about retiring in the United States permanently as a Canadian citizen? Canadians Retiring in the United States Unfortunately, no such retirement visa for Canadians exists, although it would be a great idea […]

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