Immigration Explained

US Immigration Laws Can Help You if You Are a Victim of Domestic Violence

So you’re living in the US without legal status. Doesn’t matter if you came across the border with out inspection, or overstayed a visa. Either way, you’re without status. And you’ve been a good person, right? Being a good neighbor, paying your taxes, raising a family, and helping your kids with homework. But you have a big problem: your spouse, or parent or child has been abusive to you. They

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The Most Powerful Weapon in the World is Your Brain

Carrying a gun is a sign of being a strong man or woman, right? I disagree. Being a truly strong man or woman means using your brain so you never have to use a gun. The gun culture in the United States is very strong in part because there are few laws against it. Everyone wants a gun, right? It’s fun to watch guns used in the Olympics. The athlete

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Francis Fungsang Presented Immigration Opportunities for Business People at 2020 Global Virtual B2B Summit conducted by the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce and the Collaborative Chambers Alliance

On the morning of Tuesday, September 29th, Mr. Francis Fungsang, a partner at Margaret W. Wong & Associates LLC who works out of its Cleveland office, gave a short but very informative presentation regarding visas available to foreign-born people seeking to work or conduct business here in the United States. The occasion was the 2020 Global Virtual Business to Business Summit conducted by the Parma Area Chamber of Commerce in

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Importance of Voting for Naturalized Citizens

Written by Regan O’Brian Voting is a fundamental right guaranteed in the United States Constitution, and with the assistance of legislation like the Voting Rights Act of 1965, voter equality and protections have substantially evolved and expanded throughout American history. As a result of these movements, most American citizens over the age of 18 are entitled to vote in local, state, and federal elections today. According to the United States

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The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program

The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is for entrepreneurs (their spouses and unmarried children under 21) to apply for a green card (permanent residence). This is an Immigrant Investor Program and only 10,000 are available annually. What is EB-5 Visa? To be eligible for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor program you must make a necessary investment in a commercial enterprise in the United States, and plan to create or preserve permanent full-time

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Diversity Immigrant Visa Program

This Immigration Explained video explains The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program (DV Program), who is eligible, and any requirements needed to apply. What is the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program? It is made up to 50,000 immigrant visas that are available annually and are drawn from random selection among all the individual entries from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. Who is eligible (not eligible) for the green

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Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

Temporary Protected Status is a temporary status given to eligible nationals of designated countries affected by armed conflict or natural disaster. This allows persons to live and work in the United States for limited times. What is temporary Protected Status (TPS)? Special Program by Executive Action (President). This a temporary status given to eligible nationals of designated countries who are present in the United States. The status, afforded to nationals

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Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

Thousands already are – More than a 36 million worldwide and they are moving to the United States according to visualcapitalist.com. In this video we discuss the different visas available. If I am a millionaire in South America, Asia or Europe and want to move to the US. What do I need to do? Own your own business; B1 Visa or Investment Visa example – EB5; Must prove where you have

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Does a criminal record affect my immigration?

In this Immigration Explained video we meet Attorney Richard Drucker and he discusses how a criminal record might impact your immigration process. If I have been convicted of a crime in my country can I obtain a Visa or Green Card for the United States? Depends on the type of crime. Minor crime, then no you can still obtain a Green Card. A crime that is a felony, involving drugs

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