Throughout his entire campaign, Donald Trump made numerous pie-in-the-sky promises to his supporters, including his plans to deport “millions” of immigrants who are currently residing in the US illegally. But now that he’s secured his place as the next president of the United States, can he feasibly follow through on his plans?
Choosing the right lawyer to represent your immigration case can be a difficult decision. After all, this is an incredibly important part of your life, and how can you know if they’ll be able to provide you with the best support and advice? Luckily, there are some questions to ask your immigration lawyer in order to determine if they meet your needs:
If you have an L1 visa and you’re interested in staying in the United States permanently, you’re in luck—the L1 visa to green card process is one of best routes to permanent residency in the US. In this post, we’ll go over the different types of the L1 visa, why the L1 visa to green card process is preferable, how to qualify for an L1 visa, and how you can pursue a green card through change of status.
Now that Donald Trump is set to be the next president of the United States, there are a lot of concerns over some of the things that he said during his campaign. “The Donald” has called for intense measures to eliminate illegal immigration, including a massive wall to be built between the United States and Mexico. However, President-elect Trump has also openly condemned some legal forms of immigration, including the H-1B visa program.
Obtaining a green card through marriage is one of the most notorious pathways to permanent residency, but it is not without complications. It may seem obvious that attempting to get a green card through an insincere marriage can wreck your chances of ever obtaining one. However, you may be surprised to learn that even a legitimate marriage can have potential roadblocks. To help you successfully navigate the process, the content below will discuss some of the do’s and don’ts when it comes to pursuing permanent residency through marriage.
Annually, the United States grants approximately 55,000 Diversity Visas (DV lottery), allowing immigrants to work permanently in the country under a green card. Commonly called the green card lottery, these randomly selected applicants are from “underrepresented countries” that meet two entry requirements.
Congratulations on considering the next step toward U.S. citizenship and immigration! The United States has a long history of welcoming new residents to the country. German, Irish, Dutch, and English immigrants helped build the U.S., with a migrating workforce that joined us beginning in the early 1600s.
Foreign entrepreneurs have done a lot for the American economy. According to Forbes, more than a third of Fortune 500 companies have an immigrant entrepreneur connection. Instead of “stealing” jobs from American workers, foreign entrepreneurs work to create jobs – a highly desirable characteristic.
On January 20, contrary to the predictions of the media and many of the American people, business mogul Donald J. Trump will become the next president of the United States. As you’re likely aware, one of the key pillars of his campaign was immigration, his stance on which has inspired a great deal of panic among both legal and illegal immigrants.
Employment-based options are typically the quickest and easiest route to residency in the United States. One of the most popular is the EB-1 green card category because it does not require PERM Labor Certification. In the information below, we'll go over the EB-1 green card in detail as well as the requirements for eligibility.