The H-1B visa program, designed to provide a legal pathway to highly skilled immigrant workers, may be changing. In early February, President Trump announced a 90-day review of the program. While these changes could happen through executive order, a few bills are circulating that may instead be pushed through Congress.
It’s probably safe to assume that President Donald Trump isn’t happy about what’s been happening since he issued his January travel ban. Shortly after his inauguration, he signed an Executive Order barring entry into the U.S. for foreigners from seven primarily Muslim countries. The President cited the terrorist threat from these countries as being very high, stating, “numerous foreign-born individuals have been convicted or implicated in terrorism-related crimes since September 11, 2001.”
Congratulations on obtaining your green card! Now that you’re a permanent resident of the United States, you’ve inherited a host of new legal rights. However, with those rights come rules and responsibilities that you’ll have to abide by in order to maintain your permanent residency. Some of these rules are obvious, such as not committing crimes. But there are others, like informing the USCIS within 10 days of moving to a new home, which you may not be aware of. In the content below, we’ll go over your new green card rights as well as the green card rules you need to know in order to keep your permanent residency for life.
Many naturalized U.S. citizens have family members who still live abroad. Luckily, there are options that allow those family members to gain permanent residency. In the content that follows, we’ll go over how to get a green card for parents of U.S. citizens as well as the eligibility requirements both you and your family will have to meet.
While Europeans used to account for the majority of U.S. immigration, European immigration to America dropped dramatically after the 1960s and continues to decline. This is in part due to the abolishment of national-origin quotas, which gave preferential treatment to European immigrants. But just because European immigration to America is on the decline, that doesn’t mean you can’t do it. In fact, the process for European immigration to America is generally the same as it is for most other countries. In the content below, we’ll go over some of the best routes (temporary and permanent) that you can take to live in America.
Durante su campaña, Donald Trump hizo un sin fin de promesas amplias a sus partidarios, incluyendo su plan para deportar "millones" de inmigrantes que actualmente viven en los EEUU indocumentados. Pero ahora que ha obtenido su lugar como el próximo presidente de los Estados Unidos, cual es la realidad de esta situacion?
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?
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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.