Immigration Explained

Asylum Questions and Answers

Asylum is one of the most important parts of immigration law. Come learn more about this central topic. What is Asylum? Asylum is a method that immigrants can use to stay legally in the United States if they can demonstrate a subjective fear of going home based on: 1. Race, 2. Religion, 3. Nationality, 4.Political Opinion, or 5. Membership in a Particular Social Group The application is called an I-589

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Fiance Visa and Marriage Petition

Video: K-1 Fiance Visa and Marriage Petition- Questions and Answers

It’s Valentine’s Day! Many immigrants want to be able to bring their partner here to the United States. Come learn more about how to accomplish this dream! The K-1 Fiancé Visa This visa allows a person to enter into the United States legally in order to get married to a U.S. Citizen fiancé. What do I need to be eligible for a K-1 Fiancé Visa? Unfortunately, Green Card holders are

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More on H-1B and Alternatives – Questions and Answers

 Are there any jobs that are exempt from the H-1B Cap? Yes. Jobs at institutions of higher education and non-profit organizations associated with a government entity or institution of higher education are exempt from the cap. Do certain countries have special visas? Yes. Singapore and Chile each have a portion of the H-1B Visa cap reserved for them: 5,400 for Singapore and 1,400 for Chile; this is called the

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H-1B Visa Common questions answers

H-1B Visa- Questions and Answers

Watch the video with Margaret Wong for more information.  What is an H-1B Visa? AN H-1B is an employment based visa that allows a person to work in the United States legally for a three-year period. It can also be extended to a maximum of six years and can go beyond 6 years if the “green card” process has initiated within a certain time. Who can apply for an

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