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Different Ways to Get a Green Card If you are trying to reside permanently in the United States, one of the biggest concerns on your mind is likely how to obtain a green card. In modern U.S. immigration law, many hopeful immigrants can wait ten......

Learn More About Green Card Sponsorship Have you ever wondered about visa sponsorship in the USA? While many people may think that entering the United States and becoming a U.S. citizen is relatively easy, you may be surprised at the dedication required to sponsor a......

‪Application For US Visa When traveling to the US, or any other country for that matter, one of the things you need to prepare is your visa. However, the visa process may vary depending on what type of visa you’re going for, mainly if it’s......

How to Renew a Green Card? Understanding the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) green card renewal process, costs and requirements is beneficial to making the renewal process as smooth as possible for yourself. If your 10-year green card is expiring within the next......

How to Get a Green Card? Whether you’re interested in becoming a United States Citizen or even just residing in the United States permanently, getting your green card is key to living and working in the U.S.A. There are three main ways that a person......

Can You Be Deported Because of an Expired Green Card? The short answer to this question is “no, you cannot be deported because of an expired green card”. However, allowing your U.S. green card to expire can create a lot of headaches especially if you......

Filing for your “green card” in the United States can be a stressful process in even the best of circumstances. Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (commonly known as a DUI) is a serious crime that can drastically affect you and other people’s......

Becoming a U.S. citizen can be an overwhelming process no matter how well prepared you are. Luckily, if you’re applying for permanent residency (or a “green card”) through your U.S. spouse, the process is a bit more streamlined for you. However, being prepared for your......

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