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USCIS Confirms Elimination of “Blank Space Criteria”

USCIS Confirms Elimination of “Blank Space Criteria”

During your lifetime, you have probably had to fill out a lot of forms. There are forms when going to the doctor’s office, applying for school, or applying for a loan. We encounter forms for many important and not-so-important tasks in life. In filling out so many forms, did you ever…

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Is there a Visa to Operate Your Own Business in the US?

Is there a Visa to Operate Your Own Business in the US?

Can you get a visa to operate your own business in the United States, like a restaurant, café, or other business? The answer is ‘yes.’ There is a special visa called the E2 visa that allows somebody to operate their own business in the U.S. The E2 visa requires you to invest a substantial…

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Why Should I Apply for U.S. Citizenship Green Card Vs. Citizenship

Why Should I Apply for U.S. Citizenship? Green Card Vs. Citizenship

What is the difference between having a green card and having citizenship? Well, there are a number of differences that we will explore in this article, including a list of the various rights that green card holders may not have compared to citizens. To begin, let us discuss the main differences between a green card and citizenship. When you have a green card…

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A U.S. Citizen Can Sponsor 4 Types of Relatives for a Green Card

A U.S. Citizen Can Sponsor 4 Types of Relatives for a Green Card

Each year, the United States issues green cards to about 1.1 million people. Those who obtain green cards, considered “lawful permanent residents,” are then eligible to gain U.S. citizenship within three to five years. Interestingly, about half of those who receive…

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Marriage Based Green Card_ 5 Documents to Include with Your Case

5 Documents to Include with Your Marriage-Based Green Card Case

You most likely have seen a TV sitcom or movie in which two characters decide to get married so that one of the characters can get a green card to stay in the United States. It is frequently a situation played for entertainment. However, as you might expect, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) takes the application for…

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