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Tips for immigrants coming to the United States

Coming to the United States is a major change for an immigrant. Trying to make sure you have what you need to adjust is critical. There are many ways that you can do this, so you should find the best ways for you.  One of the first things that you need to do is find a...

Don’t let these visa errors spoil your plans 

You’ve had a lifelong ambition to move to the United States and this dream is now beginning to take shape. You’re in a position to apply for your visa, and you could be settled within a matter of months.  It’s important to remember that the visa application can be...

What is green card marriage fraud?

There are multiple ways to get a green card for someone who wants to become a permanent resident. But one of the most common ways that people do this is simply by getting married. If someone is in the United States on a tourist visa, a work visa or an educational...

Documented Dreamers face an uncertain future

Most Americans have heard about the plight of young people known as “Dreamers.” They came here as children with undocumented parents. Their ability to stay in the U.S. was temporarily ensured under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative crafted...

What makes the U.S. such a popular destination? 

The American dream is an incredibly well-known phrase. It means that individuals should have a right to succeed in the country regardless of their skin color, background or creed.  Thousands of people move to the U.S. from abroad every single year. Why is this? What...

When can my U.S green card be revoked?

The U.S green card comes with several privileges, among them being the right to legally live and work in the country. However, it is important to understand the privileges and limitations that come with being a green card holder. If you are a foreign national with a...

Can I travel freely if I get a green card?

Maybe you are thinking about living and working in the United States. You may know others that have done just that by securing a green card. Yet, if you still want to spend time in your home country, it might not work out. Here is why: A green card is a permanent...