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Denied F-1 visa? Don’t give up yet. Here is another way to approach it

Denied F-1 visa? Don’t give up yet. Here is another way to approach it

  So supposedly you are in the most frequently denied category of F-1 visa applicants: Female Late 20s early 30s From a developing country No strong ties to home country And you applied for a full degree program in America, such as an undergraduate degree or even an associates degree from a community college, chances […]

Poll: Americans still favor immigration reform, path to citizenship

Poll: Americans still favor immigration reform, path to citizenship

Most Americans said they favor allowing illegal immigrants living in the United States a path to citizenship, the Public Religion Research Institute said.Sixty-three percent said they favored providing a path to citizenship with certain requirements to undocumented workers already in the United States while 14 percent said they favored allowing illegal immigrants living in the […]

Student Visa Requirements

Student Visa Requirements

  A U.S. education is an excellent investment in your future, and international students are very welcome in the USA! For the very latest visa news, direct from the U.S. government: U.S. Department of State and U.S. Department of Homeland Security.       The Basics: The college, university or program you apply to will send you all the information you […]

For young young immigrants, avoiding deportation to cost $465

For young young immigrants, avoiding deportation to cost $465

  Young illegal immigrants became eligible to start applying on August 15, 2012 for two-year deferrals from deportation, but will have to pay $465 in fees..       The announcement provided the first details of the Obama administration’s policy change announced June 15 that provides some illegal immigrants who came to the United States […]

Marriage and U.S. Citizenship

Marriage and U.S. Citizenship

Marriage to a U.S. citizens makes foreigners eligible for a green card. However, getting your green card is just the first step toward naturalization, or U.S. citizenship. The naturalization process is much the same if you received your green card through marriage or for some other reason, but a marriage-based green card means you can […]

U.S. Citizens Traveling Abroad

U.S. Citizens Traveling Abroad

It is easier for U.S. citizens to travel abroad than it is for citizens of many other countries. To travel abroad, you must comply with the international passport and visa system, and comply with local requirements. In addition, international travel raises special considerations that you should prepare for before leaving home. You Must Have a […]

Top Reasons You May Receive a Deportation Notice

Top Reasons You May Receive a Deportation Notice

The government can use more than 50 reasons to order you out of the country. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can deport anyone who is not a U.S. citizen, even those who are legal permanent residents because they have green cards. Most of the grounds fall into three categories. Committing a Crime The most […]