Other Immigration Matters

There are countless avenues to immigrate to the United States including student visas, visitor exchange visas, asylum, deferred action. Read more to see if any of these fit your specific situation.

Other Immigration Matters Articles

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    J-1 Visa Processing Time

    Published on September 20, 2022

    When you’re planning your immigration case, you want details. You want to know what is required, which forms you need, how much it will cost, and, possibly most importantly, how much time it will take. If you are in the process of, or thinking about, applying for an exchange visitor visa, this post will break…

  • EAD Card vs Green Card

    EAD Card vs Green Card | Similarities and Differences

    Published on September 10, 2022

    When individuals contemplate immigrating to the United States, their first thought usually sways towards a green card. While this may be the ultimate goal, there are other options available that would allow you to work in the United States until a green card is issued. Employment Authorization Documents (EAD) are granted when an individual has…

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    Complete Guide to Form DS-160

    Published on September 03, 2022

    The Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application, also known as Form DS-160, is used by individuals who want to apply for a temporary visa to travel to the U.S. and fiancé(e) visas (K visas). It is not the appropriate form if you seek a visa to move to the United States permanently. For that, you would need…

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    All I-797 Forms: Complete Guide to Every Form

    Published on September 01, 2022

    It’s easy to feel like a computer just filling out endless forms for USCIS in order to immigrate to the U.S. However, there is one form that USCIS has to fill out and send to you: I-797 form Notice of Action. There are different versions of the I-797 that have different purposes, but they are…

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    Track Your Green Card in 2022: a Complete How To Guide for Immigrants

    Published on July 26, 2022

    A green card is a commonly used term for a permanent resident card. A green card allows the holder to work and live in the United States without restrictions. On this page, you will learn how you can track your green card, your NVC case status, and your green card status whether you applied outside…

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    Green Card Abandonment and Reinstatement: How Not To Lose Your Green Card While Traveling

    Published on July 25, 2022

    You may be subject to green card abandonment or green card cancellation without even knowing it. Many U.S. permanent residents travel every year without knowing they risk losing their legal permanent resident (LPR) status. On this page, you will learn what is green card abandonment, a re-entry permit, Form I-407, and how to reinstate a…

  • Form G-1450 Cover photo of USCIS credit card form page

    Form G-1450: Tips, Requirements, Reasons For Rejection, And How To Fill It Out

    Published on July 23, 2022

    One of the most critical parts of any immigration journey is being able to pay for the entire process. Form G-1450 allows immigrants interested in coming to the U.S. to do just that – pay for the USCIS immigration fees. This page will teach you about the USCIS credit card form, G-1450 issues, reasons for…

  • J-1 Visa Waiver FAQ Cover Photo

    J-1 Visa Waiver: Frequently Asked Questions

    Published on July 18, 2022

    A J-1 visa waiver is sought in order to bypass the rule that requires J-1 holders to be physically present in their home country for two years. Our office often gets questions regarding J-1 visas, their waivers, and the best way for them to be approached for a favorable outcome. Common topics of discussion include…