Discount Green Card vs. Traditional Attorneys
Marriage Green Cards (Adjustment of Status)
Family Petitions via Consulate
Renewal of Green Card
Fiancee Visas (Including Adjustment of Status)
Removal of Conditions on Permanent Residence
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
United States Citizenship
Fiance Visa or so-called K-1 (non-immigrant visa) is a travel permit for a foreign born individual who intends to marry a U.S. citizen is qualified to go to the United States for the wedding. Such visa would only be effective …
T he U.S. flag is just as much a part of the American culture and identity as baseball, apple pie and fruited plains. Are you aware that there are several laws in place to make sure that the U.S. flag is flown, stored, and cared for properly? Here is...
The United States of America is full of brave and hardworking people who built this country, many of which who immigrated here from other countries. Here is an infographic that explores some very special tradesmen that built America.
Undocumented immigrants have to go to the back of the line, behind all the folks who are trying to come here (United States) legally. But exactly where is the back of the line? The following infographic takes a closer look.
The following infographic is a news infographic that was done for the New York Times. It provides details about the steps to becoming a U.S. Citizen.
Here is an infographic depicting the estimated legal permanent residents (Green Card holders) that are eligible to become U.S. citizens and their countries of origin.
Opponents of illegal immigration are fond of telling foreigners to "get in line" before coming to work in America. But what does that line actually look like and how many years (or decades) does it take to get through?
Many Lawful Permanent Residents have not learned English but they want to become United States Citizens. Here are the rules: If you want to do your Naturalization interview in your native language, you must be at least 55 years old …