The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) keeps the immigration records of immigrants in the U.S. Some—but not all—of these records are made available under the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act (FOIA), which you can use to get a person’s immigration file from the USCIS. But you’ll need to get permission from that […]
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Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado February 20th, 2014
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado July 9th, 2013
United States is one of the most popular countries and it has been drawing the attention of foreigners for ages. Many wish to relocate to the United States and it is the dream country for many. There are several reasons why foreign nationals select America when it comes to immigration. United States is made up […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 12th, 2013
The process of sponsoring your family member for lawful status in America will depend on your immigration status and if you are a US citizen, you can bring your spouse, parents, children and your siblings to the United States and if you are a Green Card holder, you can bring your spouse and your children […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 10th, 2013
Immediate relatives of US citizens who have overstayed their non-immigrant visas and who have accumulated a certain period of unlawful presence in America, can file Form I-601A, Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver, while in America and obtain unlawful presence waivers and apply for immigrant visas. Immediate relatives of US citizens who are in the […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 4th, 2013
You need not return to your home country to file Form I-485 for adjustment of status and this immigration process is meant for the non-immigrants who are already in the United States and who are eligible for lawful status in America. If you manage to get a sponsor in the United States while in the […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 1st, 2013
US citizens and Green Card holders can both sponsor their family members for lawful status in America and the US citizens can sponsor their parents, spouses, children and their siblings but the Green Card holders can only sponsor their immediate relatives for lawful status in America. US citizens and Green Card holders who wish to […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado March 19th, 2013
Native Americans and naturalized US citizens can both bring their family members such as their spouses, parents, children and siblings to America and help them to obtain lawful status in the country. You can file Form I-130 for your brother and help him to immigrate to America through family-based immigration. You being the sponsor, must […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado March 13th, 2013
K visas are meant for the fiancé(e)s of US citizens and their minor children. To sponsor their spouses, US citizens must file Form I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiancé(e), on behalf of their fiancé(e)s. The fiancé(e)s of US citizens who enter into America on K-1 visas can apply for adjustment of status but they can do […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado March 5th, 2013
Generally, United States citizens are permitted to bring their family members to the United States and to sponsor them for US Green Cards. The country also grants this privilege to the Green Card holders and the foreign nationals who are granted lawful permanent resident status also can sponsor their immediate relatives and help them to […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado February 28th, 2013
People who seek to obtain immigration benefits will have to file certain immigration forms with the USCIS and there are a number of USCIS forms and each form is different and you will have to file the form that suits your need. Permanent residents are the foreign nationals who are granted the privilege to live […]
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