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Immigration Legalization Questions

Immigration Legalization Questions

There are 9 to 12 million undocumented people in the United States, and according to the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, there is no way for most to legalize their status. According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, people that have been living in the United States since before 1982
USA Immigration Requirements

USA Immigration Requirements

U.S. immigration law lists many ways to legally immigrate to the United States. One requires paying a large amount of money. Another requires winning an immigration lottery. A majority of immigrants to the United States, however, take one of two paths: they are sponsored by a U.S. citizen or they ar
Important Changes to the Immigration Rules in the Wake of Pankina and English UK

Important Changes to the Immigration Rules in the Wake of Pankina and English UK

The operation of the Points Based System has been put at risk by the judgments of the Court of Appeal in Pankina and of the Administrative Court in English UK.
Denmark Immigration Program under Green Card Scheme

Denmark Immigration Program under Green Card Scheme

The easy immigration system of Denmark works under the Green Card Scheme. The Green Card Scheme works on the point system where points can be gained on different basis. These criteria's to ga
Things to Know About a K-1 Visa

Things to Know About a K-1 Visa

A K-1 visa is designed so that U.S citizens can bring their foreign fiance(e)s to the United States for the purpose of marriage. The temporary 90-day visa gives the foreign fiance time to acclimate to American lifestyle, marry and change his status to permanent resident through the U.S. Citizenship
Political Parties Target the Newest American Citizens

Political Parties Target the Newest American Citizens

Political parties and candidates are trying to gather the votes of new US citizens. A report from the US census data states that 6 percent of the voting population comprises of new US citizens. Presid
How to Become a Legal American Citizen

How to Become a Legal American Citizen

Only those who are born inside of the United States or to at least one U.S. citizen parent automatically obtain U.S. citizenship. All other forms of citizenship outside of soil and blood must be obtained through naturalization. Naturalization is a long process with many stages, including the visa, r
Immigration Lawyer - Some More Information On Immigration

Immigration Lawyer - Some More Information On Immigration

Your immigration lawyer advises you on all important issues related to your immigration application. He also represents your case in the court of law.
Australia Immigration Facts Revealed

Australia Immigration Facts Revealed

Going to Australia in a holiday just to see the kangaroos is pretty easy, no matter where you are from. You simply buy plane tickets, get the luggage done and fly to the Aussie continent. However, if your plans are to migrate to Australia, then there are more than one thing to know about.
What's Immigration and Immigration Law?

What's Immigration and Immigration Law?

Immigration is the term used any time any person leaves their native nation and relocates to a new country, with the objective to actually reside and be employed in that nation. A widespread term for an individual who immigrates is an 'immigrant', and they are consequently labelled as such
How to File I-693 form to USCIS

How to File I-693 form to USCIS

I-693 form - Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record is filled by all those applying for adjustment of status in the US, that is becoming a permanent resident and getting a green card.Here are some hints about how you should file it. I am sharing my personal experience with you an
Understanding Immigration and Relocating to USA

Understanding Immigration and Relocating to USA

Immigration is the process of a person moving to a foreign country and looking for permanent residence. There are many reasons why a person may be considering the move from their home country to another one. There could be economic reasons, political disagreements, reuniting with family that already
About Adjustment of Status in Immigration Court

About Adjustment of Status in Immigration Court

The U.S. Immigration Court can order the removal, also known as deportation, of individuals in the United States who have violated U.S.immigration laws. Individuals in these proceedings may want to avoid removal---adjustment of status is a potential way to do so.
Foreign Bride Immigration Requirements

Foreign Bride Immigration Requirements

The fiancée's visa automatically expires after 90 days.bride and groom holding hands, while bride holds b image by nextrecord from Fotolia.comAn American citizen who wishes to bring his foreign bride to the United States to marry must file a petition to allow his fiancée to...
Can Reform Boost the U.S. Economy?

Can Reform Boost the U.S. Economy?

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) have estimated the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006, as proposed in April 2006, would have had the effect of
Will Crackdown Leave a Mixed Bag?

Will Crackdown Leave a Mixed Bag?

What is the difference between the counties? Anti-illegal immigration legislation. Prince William has it, Fairfax doesn't, and as of December 1, 2008, Manassas decided to follow in the steps of Prince
Danish Immigration Requirements

Danish Immigration Requirements

Denmark joined the European Union in 1973, but opts out from full participation in it.denmark flag button image by Andrey Zyk from Fotolia.comDenmark is a small, Scandinavian country that borders Germany. Once home to Vikings, Denmark has become a modern, affluent state. Denmark is a...
Green Card 101 - Details on Green Card

Green Card 101 - Details on Green Card

Procedures regarding immigration law are often very sensitive and timely. Legislation is under continual evaluation and reform, we like to keep our clients informed and updated. The following are some frequently asked questions about immigration processes:
The History of CBSA

The History of CBSA

Launched in 2003, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) provides border control services to support national security and public safety. While the CBSA aims to expedite international travel, immigration, imports and exports, the CBSA's priority is to ensure that all travelers or shipped items mee