Is There an Interview for Green Card Renewal?

Getting a green card can be a long and stressful process. Also known as permanent resident cards, green cards enable individuals from other countries to live and work in the U.S. While individuals must sit for an interview to qualify ...
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Understanding the K-1 Visa Income Requirements

You’ve probably heard the saying “love knows no bounds.” Based on the number of people applying for K-1 visas each year, it’s likely that there’s some truth in those words. Also known as a fiance visa, a K-1 visa allows ...
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Urgent News for Immigrants Seeking U.S. Citizenship

On Friday, USCIS announced its new civics naturalization test, which will replace the current test for anyone applying for U.S. citizenship on or after December 1st, 2020. The new test is longer and harder than the current test, as applicants must ...
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Do I Need a Lawyer for a K1 Visa?

If you are a United States citizen and are engaged to someone who does not have U.S. citizenship, your fiancé’s immigration status may prevent them from legally living in the United States with you. Luckily, the process of obtaining a ...
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How to Apply for an H1B Visa from India

The U.S. H1B visa is a type of non-immigrant visa that permits companies in the United States to hire graduate level employees in specialty occupations that require technical or theoretical expertise. This may include work in specialized fields like finance, ...
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Can I Leave the U.S. While Waiting for a Green Card?

As lawful permanent residents, green card holders have the right to leave the United States and return at will, provided that they don’t remain outside the country for more than a year. However, the rules are somewhat different for individuals ...
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