FAQs

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Answers to some of the most common immigration-related questions.

If you have a US fiance, that fiance can petition you for legal status in the United States. They will file the fiance petition and you will have an interview at the consulate in the country you’re at. Once that fiance petition is granted, you will have a visa to enter the United States. You

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You do not want to file a frivolous application. Or, if you have a criminal background you want to make sure that you see a competent immigration attorney. In some instances if your application is denied, you can be put in deportation or removal proceedings, and in some instances you may have a permanent ban

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To obtain a student visa you must first apply and be accepted at an SEVP school. To obtain a list of schools, you would go to the Department of State website named educationUSA and find those schools. The school will then file the paperwork for you to obtain your visa once you’re accepted. It will

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The United States does allow for dual citizenship. However, when you obtain your citizenship in the United States, you do have to take an oath that you will obey the laws of the United States. If the country in which you have dual citizenship has counteracting laws or laws not in compliance with our laws,

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Yes, you are eligible to obtain permanent resident status through marriage to a United States citizen. However, if you entered the United States without permission or you’ve committed certain crimes, then you may not be eligible to obtain that status here in the United States. There are other ways to do that. If you file

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You do not want to file a frivolous application. Or, if you have a criminal background you want to make sure that you see a competent immigration attorney. In some instances if your application is denied, you can be put in deportation or removal proceedings, and in some instances you may have a permanent ban

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The United States does allow for dual citizenship. However, when you obtain your citizenship in the United States, you do have to take an oath that you will obey the laws of the United States. If the country in which you have dual citizenship has counteracting laws or laws not in compliance with our laws,

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Yes, you are eligible to obtain permanent resident status through marriage to a United States citizen. However, if you entered the United States without permission or you’ve committed certain crimes, then you may not be eligible to obtain that status here in the United States. There are other ways to do that. If you file

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To apply for US citizenship you will need to go to www.uscis.gov to download your application. It is in N-400. Under most circumstances, you may not need an immigration attorney for a basic citizenship application. However, if you obtained your permanent resident status under fraudulent means or you have a criminal background you could be

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To obtain a student visa you must first apply and be accepted at an SEVP school. To obtain a list of schools, you would go to the Department of State website named educationUSA and find those schools. The school will then file the paperwork for you to obtain your visa once you’re accepted. It will

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Typically, you do not need a special visa to own or buy property in the United States. However, you may need a visa to come and use that property or stay on that property. If it is a business that you will be operating, you will need a visa.

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