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In this edition of our immigration law newsletter, we would like to discuss the EB-5 investment visa program. This program allows foreign investors to obtain a green card for themselves, their spouses, and unmarried children under the age of 21 by investing a certain amount of money in a business in the United States. To...
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Navigating the complexities of the United States immigration system can be challenging, especially when it comes to obtaining a green card or immigrant visa. One of the biggest obstacles that applicants face is the possibility of having their application denied. However, if an applicant has a qualifying relative, they may be able to request a...
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  In recent years, many noncitizens have expressed a desire to come to the United States to work and live permanently. The United States offers several options for individuals seeking to immigrate for work purposes, including the employment-based immigrant visa. The employment-based immigrant visa, also known as EB- visa, is a type of visa that...
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  If you’re planning to immigrate to the U.S. there are four categories of immigration status that you should know about. These statuses are citizens, residents, non-immigrants, and undocumented immigrants. Now let’s deep dive into these statuses and how they are categorized. Citizens U.S. citizens are people who were born in the U.S. or became...
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  Over the past decade, there’s been a substantial amount of news on immigration. There has been an ongoing debate since the Obama administration’s series of executive actions that granted millions of undocumented immigrants protection from deportation. Naturally, this bold proclamation created an uproar. Compared to the Trump administration who worked diligently to enforce orders...
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Am I eligible for a fiancé(e) visa? You may be eligible to bring your fiancé(e) to the United States (U.S.) on a fiancé(e) visa if you meet the following criteria: you must be a U.S. citizen, you and your fiancé(e) intend to marry within 90 days of your fiancé(e) being admitted to the U.S., you...
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