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Can You Apply for US Immigration with a Criminal Record?

October 26, 2017

Coming to the United States for any reason means going through the background checks and meeting the eligibility requirements to be deemed admissible. Unfortunately, if you have a criminal record of any kind, this process becomes a lot more difficult. However, you are not necessarily barred from entering the US for any reason based on […]

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Applying for 2019 US Diversity Visa

October 19, 2017

What is the Diversity Visa? The United States has been called a melting pot of immigration because of the large numbers of different countries represented by the population. It’s a country of immigrants, many of whom find a permanent future there through programs like the Diversity Visa (DV). The DV program was run in an […]

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Unlawful Presence

August 26, 2017

Individuals who are present within the United States after the expiration of their USCIS authorized stay, or who are present in the U.S. without ever having received authorization, are said to have unlawful presence. If one of these conditions exists, unlawful presence begins, and penalties may be imposed if the individual is discovered to be […]

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The Visa Interview

August 26, 2017

United States Visa Interviews and Other Immigration Interviews After visa applicants have completed their filing, paid all required fees, and submitted required documentation, an interview will be scheduled by the National Visa Center (NVC). Appointment notifications are then sent out to the applicant, the petitioner, the attorney, and any involved third-party agents by email or […]

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Permanent Residency Status

August 26, 2017

Permanent residency is a term used to define an individual’s immigration status in the United States. Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) are not citizens, but they are authorized to work and live permanently in the United States. Other terms for a Lawful Permanent Resident are Resident Alien Permit Holder, Permanent Resident Alien, or Green Card Holder. […]

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