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15Oct2021

13 Must-Read New Books About the Immigrant Experience

A roundup of books that capture what it means to make a home in a new country October is National Book Month! The leaves are beginning to fall and there's a chill in the air, making it a great time to crack open a book. Below is a list of new fiction and nonfiction books […]

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06Aug2021

What Marriage Green Card Path Is Right For Me?

Our flowchart will help you choose the best immigration option for you You've started the immigration process and you're quickly learning: It's hard. How do you make sense of all the forms and rules and application types, and most importantly, how do you know which visa is right for you? If you're hoping to move […]

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28Jul2021

How to Obtain Court Records and Police Reports

Where to get court and police records for your green card application The U.S. government conducts background checks on all family-based and marriage-based green card applicants. If you’re a family member seeking a green card, you’ll need to provide records detailing every interaction you’ve ever had with law enforcement, both in your home country and […]

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20Jul2021

How to Immigrate to the US With Your Pet

With some planning upfront, you’ll be set up for success when you immigrate with your four-legged friend Your pet is one of the most important parts of your travel checklist when you’re getting ready to immigrate to the United States. Like many good things in life, it pays to plan ahead. The exact process will […]

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19Jul2021

Can I come to the U.S. with my tourist visa and apply for a green card when I get there?

Independent attorneys in the RapidVisa network answer common U.S. immigration questions Can I come to the U.S. with my tourist visa and apply for a green card when I get there? Entering the United States on a temporary visa, such as a tourist or work visa, with the intention of doing either of the following […]

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19Jul2021

7 Tips for Getting Your K-1 Visa Approved

Gain an advantage when applying for your fiancé visa It’s true: most people who apply for a K-1 visa are successful. In fact, according to statistical reports published by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), about 74% of fiancé(e) visas were approved in 2020. Nonetheless, it’s totally understandable if you’re worried about the final outcome […]

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16Jul2021

How to Navigate the U.S. Healthcare System as an Immigrant

Get the details about health insurance, eligibility, and answers to frequently asked questions In the United States, health insurance helps you and your family access necessary care, and it protects you from unaffordable medical bills. But healthcare can be confusing for immigrants because there isn’t a single form of health insurance in the United States. […]

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16Jul2021

USCIS Must Digitize the Immigration Process and Continue to Innovate, Says Ombudsman

The annual report is a summary of the most serious problems facing the federal agency Every year, the Office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) Ombudsman submits an annual report on U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to the United States Congress. An ombudsman is an official that plays an important role in U.S. […]

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13Jul2021

How can I expedite my NVC application?

Independent attorneys in the RapidVisa network answer common U.S. immigration questions How can I expedite my NVC application? An applicant who wishes to ask for expedited processing of their case will typically send a request to [email protected] The State Department provides the following guidance: "If a visa is available for your relative’s category, and their […]

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05Jul2021

Preparing for the Green Card Interview

How to successfully navigate your USCIS or NVC interview What to Expect in the Green Card Interview The last step of the marriage green card process is the interview, which is scheduled by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) if the spouse seeking a green card lives in the United States and by the National […]

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