Note to the immigrant: all types of green cards and the grounds for receiving them

To apply for permanent legal residence in the United States, non-citizens must meet one of eight categories. Each category has different qualifications, writes the Miami Herald. In most cases, applicants require a sponsor, relative or employer. But they can also claim to ...

Personal experience: 'I left Russia as an old man, and came to the USA young and promising'

Why does a resident of America at 40 or at 50 still consider himself young and makes plans for the future, while the Russian is already “surviving”? Not all US residents can understand this fact. About this writes the author of the blog "Made in USA" on ...

Rule of 'Public Burden': New USCIS Forms and Requirements for Immigrants

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services has published revised and updated forms that comply with the final rule on the inadmissibility of a “social burden,” which will be implemented by the US Department of Homeland Security and USCIS on February 24, 2020. Starting from the indicated date, applicants and petitioners will have to use ...

The number of illegal immigrants detained at the US border is reduced for the eighth consecutive month

The number of border arrests has been declining for the eighth month in a row after harsh measures by the Trump administration, which include the forced return of asylum seekers back to Mexico to await decisions on their applications, the Department said on February 3 ...

USCIS Redesigns Family Reunion Green Card Application Process

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that starting February 1, 2020, Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, will only be processed internally by USCIS, and abroad only by the Department of State's international department under certain circumstances. ...

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

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. ...

Trump's rule on 'public burden' will affect immigrants

On January 27, the Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration to enact a “public burden” rule prohibiting certain immigrants who are believed to be able to use government assistance to reside or enter the United States, Fox News recalls. A rule can affect how immigrants ...

U.S. Supreme Court upholds trump green card limit policy

On January 27, the US Supreme Court ruled in support of President Donald Trump’s new tougher immigration policy, Voice of America writes. The Supreme Court allowed the administration to enact a rule according to which certain categories of immigrants may be denied the right to ...

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

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 innovation: 500% more about immigrant ancestors in the US

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) intends to increase the fee for receiving immigration files by 500% - which means that some people will have to pay more than $ 600 for documents. This step will affect the families of millions of people who immigrated to the United States in ...

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