Jan 24, 2019

What Are K-1 Visas?

By |Jan 24, 2019|Visas|

The fiancé(e) K-1 nonimmigrant visa is an authorized way for a U.S. Citizen to bring a fiancé into the country, so the couple can be married. The marriage must take place within 90 days of the day the fiancé entering the United States. The visa is the legal document necessary to allow the fiancé’s […]

Feb 10, 2016

New Rule Brings Good News for Visa Holders and Petitioners

By |Feb 10, 2016|Immigration, Visas|

Many individuals find the immigration process challenging and confusing. To make it a little less complicated, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has changed some of its regulations for current holders of and petitioner of H-1B1, E-3 and CW-1 nonimmigrant visas and EB-1 immigrant visas. Beginning February 16, 2016, the following changes go into […]

Jan 26, 2016

FAQs About the K1 Fiancé Visa

By |Jan 26, 2016|Immigration, Visas|

When American citizens meet, fall in love, and become engaged to marry someone from another country, they would like their fiancé to immigrate to the United States. The K1 Visa or Fiancé(e) Visa, also referred to as the Engagement Visa, allows foreign nationals to come to the United States for the purposes of marrying […]

Oct 19, 2015

New Procedures for Determining Visa Eligibility Are Now Underway

By |Oct 19, 2015|Immigration, Visas|

There are a number of different ways a person came come to America legally, but all of them involve a visa. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has partnered with the Department of States to better understand just how many immigrant visas will be in demand each year. Based on that number, they can […]

Mar 2, 2015

PaseLaVoz Helps Undocumented Immigrants Avoid Police Checkpoints

By |Mar 2, 2015|Immigration, Visas|

Many immigrants constantly fear deportation. Now that a Texas judge forced President Obama to delay his immigration reform, that fear of removal may grow even stronger.

One service, PaseLaVoz, has offered part of a solution. Created by David Iberkleid, PaseLaVoz is a “text-message-based peer-to-peer network that subscribers use to notify one another about the precise […]

Dec 8, 2014

Special Visas for Victims of Crime

By |Dec 8, 2014|Criminal Charges, Domestic Violence, Immigration, Visas|

People who are living in the United States hoping someday to become permanent residents or even citizens often feel vulnerable as they move through the process. This vulnerability can make them easy targets for criminals and abusers. Some immigrants who have been the victims of crimes, or who are currently the victims of ongoing […]

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