This article is intended to give you an overview of the various Immigrant Family Preference Categories that exist, the amount of visas available in each category annually, and how the caps and previously issued visas affect the number of visas that might otherwise be available in any given category. This article is meant to complement […]
The three main requirements for this Nonimmigrant Visa are that the company or employee: (1) Is a national, or your business is a national, of one of the 53 countries(and some territories) that are eligible for this visa, ( to see a full list of countries please click here) (2) That you do “substantial trade”, […]
First of all, do you even need an Employment Authorization Document to work? Not every category of immigration status holder needs an EAD. For example, if you are a Permanent Resident, you don’t need an EAD because your Permanent Resident Card is proof of your employment authorization. Also, if you work for an employer because […]
If you do not find yourself qualified to apply for an EB-1 or EB-2 visa, a third preference, the EB-3 visa, allows certain skilled workers, professionals, and unskilled workers to still potentially qualify for an employment based visa and lawfully reside and work within the United States. So what makes these categories different than the […]
The process of Naturalization basically requires, meeting one of the various requirements for obtaining Citizenship, and then filing an application for Citizenship with the USCIS. In most cases, an applicant will have to be a Permanent Resident and meet certain residency requirements before naturalizing, but not always. In this article we will explain the most […]
The L-1A, L-1B, and H-1B visa are all dual intent visas meaning that they provide an opportunity to adjust your status as an L-1 or H-1B visa holder into a permanent resident and green card holder, by applying for another employment based green card visa.
It is unlikely, but it is possible that you are a citizen of the United States, and you don’t even know it. If you happen to be however, registering as a Citizen and reaping the benefits of being a U.S. Citizen can be as easy as registering.
Have you applied for Lawful Permanent Residency in the United States via an Adjustment of Status petition, but you need to travel abroad and you haven’t yet heard about your decision?
Transferring within your company is difficult enough, you have to find a new place to live, settle children and pets into new places, and help your spouse find a new job just to name a few possible issues!
If you are a Chinese or Indian national, unfortunately, your application for an EB-2 and EB-3 visa will take longer than applicants from other nationalities.