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 […]Continue Reading
US Immigration News: 2019's Latest USCIS Immigration Updates
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.
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 […]Continue Reading
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 […]Continue Reading
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 […]Continue Reading
As a United States permanent resident, you can petition your spouse to immigrate to the United States. While your spouse can be eligible for a green card through you, the process will often take time before your immediate family member can actually obtain a U.S. permanent resident visa. A green card holder is the name […]Continue Reading
Can a Canadian Work in the US? Yes indeed! While Canadians cannot just pack up and move to the US and work, there are several ways that Canadians can obtain a visa to legally work in the US. The best option for a Canadian who wants to work in the United States may be a […]Continue Reading
Today, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a proposal that would change the application procedures for the spouses and children of U.S. citizens who are eligible for a US Green Card. The proposed rules would enable families to remain together during the process. Under the rules as they are now, people who quality for US PR […]Continue Reading
Many applicants who are required to attend US visa appointments at the U.S. Consulate/Embassy in Canada often ask “well, how soon can I get an appointment?” or “how long do I have to wait?” These common questions all share a common answer. The current waiting times vary depending on the location of the Consulate/Embassy. In general, […]Continue Reading
US Immigration Reform United States President Barack Obama gave a speech at the National Council of La Raza this week, making several remarks on US immigration reform and gateways to United States Citizenship for illegal aliens living in the country. Obama also mentioned the DREAM Act, which was blocked in the Senate. The DREAM act […]Continue Reading
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