H-1B Work Visas for 2021: USCIS Launches Full Application Process

On April 1, Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the start of the H-1B work visa application process for fiscal year 2021. They can be submitted by those whose preliminary applications were approved as a result of the lottery (how to check the results ...

How long do I need to wait for the green card for family reunification: data for April

The owner of the green card, along with the opportunity to live and work permanently in the United States, receives the right to reunite with the family, which every American citizen has. If he has children, spouse or spouse in his homeland, he can take them to America. ...

USCIS Extends Office Closing Term for Third Time Due to Coronavirus: New Date

From March 18, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) suspended services at their offices, asylum offices, and immigrant support centers until April 1 to help slow down the spread of coronavirus. The first extension was announced on March 25th ...

USCIS Completes H-1B Work Visa Application Lottery

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) received a sufficient number of electronic registrations during the initial period to achieve the required number of applications for the distribution of H-1B work visas for fiscal year 2021, according to the official website of the department. USCIS randomly selected applications, ...

Not all tax-paying immigrants will receive federal aid for coronavirus

A government package of assistance to the US economy in the amount of $ 2 trillion provides for direct payments to residents of the United States, reports Voice of America. The amount of payments depends on the income of an individual or family. She will be calculated taking into account the tax return for 2019 (or 2018, if a person ...

Due to quarantine, the Immigration Service has changed the process for submitting forms and documents: what you need to know

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that since March 21, 2020, due to the ongoing emergency due to COVID-19 announced by President Trump on March 13, 2020, all forms and documents with signatures, including Form I-129, as well as applications on the…

In pursuit of the American dream: 10 things that immigrants throw away on the border of Mexico and the United States

The border between the USA and Mexico is one of the most intersected between countries. About 350 million people pass through it every year. And about a million cross the border illegally, setting off in search of a better life, Travel Ask reports. Mostly in the States ...

The USA has suspended the issuance of visas in most countries of the world due to coronavirus

Because of the threat of coronavirus, US authorities have suspended the issuance of visas in most parts of the world, including Russia, Vedomosti writes. This is stated in a message on the Department of State's Twitter page. Visa issuance has been stopped since March 18. Embassies and consulates will ...

List of Documents, Strange Questions, and Personal Impressions: An Immigrant's Tale of the US Naturalization Process

Blogger Elena in America, living in Detroit, shared on Instagram her personal experience filing documents for American citizenship. Here's what surprised Elena and what she advises to consider if you have a naturalization process in the United States. Questions in the application for American citizenship, ...

US immigrants are afraid to seek medical help during the coronavirus pandemic

Since fear of the Chinese coronavirus has spread throughout the country, people take various precautions. These include working from home, stocking up food, and visiting doctors because of any possible symptoms. However, for many low-income immigrants, these precautions ...

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