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U-Visa Qualifying Crimes

The United States allows immigrants who are victims of certain serious crimes to apply for a U-Visa. The U Visa provides a protection from deportation and work permit. It was created in 2000 as part of a bill that allows immigrants to testify against criminals without being deported. Find out
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What to Wear For the Citizenship Interview

The process of obtaining US citizenship can be long and confusing; there are various paths you can take, and each one has different requirements. However, most of those paths require you to attend an in-person interview with a United States Citizenship and Immigration Service—USCIS—officer, which brings a question to mind
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Advantages of Dual Citizenship

If a person has dual citizenship, they are citizens of two countries simultaneously. However, it’s a complex legal status that comes with some advantages and disadvantages. We’ll discuss these benefits and challenges, how you can become a dual citizen in the US, and more—keep reading to learn all about dual
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What Is An F1 Visa And How Does It Work?

Foreign students who wish to enroll in an educational institution in the United States must get what is known as an F-1 student visa. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is in charge of the F-1 visa program (USCIS). You need to be enrolled in a school in the US to

O1 Visa Requirements I Brudner Law

What is an O-1 Visa? As people leave one country for another on their career paths, work-specific visas are usually a part of the process. If a company sponsors an employee to relocate, the process can be a bit simpler. For those who want to live in another country on

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