In addition to any penalties outlined in the Virginia code, most convictions result in many collateral consequences, which can negatively impact your life.
If you’re currently filing for an adjustment of status to get your green card, leaving the country can put your application, and your visa, in jeopardy.
While they’re able to live and work here, permanent residents count as citizens of other countries. For this reason, they cannot vote in U.S. elections.
Working with an EB-5 Regional Center is, in most cases, safer than a direct investment in a new business enterprise. This article will go over the process of finding the right Regional Center for your financial situation.
Understanding the job creation requirement is an important part of applying for an EB-5 visa. In this article, we’ll go over which jobs and workers qualify under USCIS regulations.
In this article, we’ll go over the differences between investing with a regional center and creating your own project. While the vast majority (around 95%) of applicants prefer to invest with a regional center, going your own way can have its advantages.
A wide variety of relationships, job opportunities, and other circumstances may help you obtain a green card and become a permanent resident in the United States.
While USCIS often advertises a 60 day limit for receiving your green card, in reality the process can often take several months.
Which process you’ll use depends on your needs and wants, as well as the current wait times that you’ll encounter.
The first step in acquiring a fiancé visa requires the petitioner, which is the U.S. citizen, to file their application with the USCIS. It is at this stage that the background check will be conducted on both you as the petitioner and your foreign-citizen fiancée.
While this may sound like a bit much and may take some time, all green card applicants must undergo and pass a background investigation.
This interview is your chance to demonstrate that you are the type of person who is appropriate and fit for permanent residency in the United States.