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The latest US Immigration news covering the USCIS, including green cards/permanent residency, family sponsorship, temporary work visas, investor visas and citizenship. For more information about the US immigration process and requirements, please visit our main page on US immigration.

Tips for Taking the US Naturalization Test

September 22, 2012 / /

Passing the naturalization test is a must if you want to become a US citizen. This is probably the most important step in the naturalization process, and there is no way you can take the Oath of Allegiance without it. Nonetheless, if you do not know much about this test, here are the most important […]

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3 Ways to Apply for Humanitarian Parole in the US

July 18, 2012 / /

Humanitarian parole allows an individual, who is inadmissible, to enter into the United States for a limited period of time on grounds of compelling situations. The grant of parole is strictly regulated, and the Parolees are not necessarily provided with any immigration benefits. What is a Grant of Humanitarian Parole? Humanitarian parole is a way […]

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Happy 4th of July 2012: America Welcomes New US Citizens

July 4, 2012 / /

To celebrate America’s 236th Independence Day, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will welcome more than 4,000 new citizens during special naturalization ceremonies from June 28 through July 10 across the country.  Once these 4,000 people take their Oath of Allegiance and become U.S. citizens, they will encompass all the rights and responsibilities of US […]

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Why Was I Refused Entry to the US When I have a Valid Visa?

May 21, 2012 / /

What does a visa mean to you? I remember in late 2009, a young Korean lady was held at John F. Kennedy airport in New York by a US Immigration Officer who was accusing the young lady of illegally using her valid tourist visa to enter into the United States to do temporary work. The officer began […]

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Denied a US Visa? Can I re-apply?

May 19, 2012 / /

Many hopeful applicants get nervous prior to a visa interview as they worry about whether a consular officer will grant them visa or deny their application. In most cases, visa applicants are interviewed by a US embassy Consulate who reviews the application information and supporting documents submitted by visa applicants. After reviewing the available information, […]

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How do I sponsor a worker for a US Green Card?

May 14, 2012 /

If you are a prospective employer of a foreign national whom you want to sponsor to become a US permanent resident on the basis of  a permanent job offer, you must carefully examine the multifarious process involved. Before you proceed to the first step you need to  ascertain whether your prospective employee will meet any […]

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visas that do not require a job offer

Get a US Work Visa Without a Job Offer

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Work Visas That Do Not Require a Job Offer Many US visas require that a job offer has been made to you when you want to work in the United States. The reason that you need a job offer to qualify for those visas is because your employer will file a petition on the behalf […]

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Family Based Green Card: Where do I begin to Sponsor my Relative?

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Based from the large quantity of applications received by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (UCSIS) in some countries, family based petitions have become one of the most sought after methods in bringing a relative into the United States. In certain countries like China, Philippines, and Mexico, the period of waiting could be very […]

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Questions About US Waivers For People Denied Entry to the US

May 12, 2012 / /

About US Waiver Applications If you have a criminal record and would like to enter the United States, you may need a waiver of inadmissibility in certain circumstances. Some people enter the US  without issues, but are then denied entry on other occasions. If you attempt to cross the border knowing you are inadmissible, you […]

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H-1B visas

How do you obtain an H-1B visa?

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An employer may file a petition for an H-1B visa six months in advance from the requested starting date in the following manner: Fill out the petition Form I-129 and all its sections and supplement pages completely and accurately because any insufficiency in the form could lead to a visa denial or a rejection of […]

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