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Biometrics is a major part of the immigration process. It refers to the collection of important data, such as fingerprints, photographs and/or signatures. This information is used to conduct background and security checks, among other things. Recently, a new rule regarding biometrics was proposed by the Department of Homeland Security.… Read More
Consular processing is when a person who wants to immigrate to the United States goes to their respective consulate in their country and completes the application for a green card. This process is comprised of submitting the appropriate forms and documents to the consulate, followed by an interview at that… Read More
If you are a performer or athlete looking to come to the United States for an event, you may need to obtain a P-Visa. Read on to learn more about the different types and who is eligible. P-1A and P-1B Visas The P-1A visa is specifically available to internationally recognized… Read More
Obtaining a Green Card is incredibly exciting. This will mean you have a number of new rights and benefits. You may be wondering about your options when it comes to leaving the United States after obtaining your Green Card. Read on to learn more about the process of leaving the… Read More