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Rating: 11 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 5.0
Posted by: Admin, on 5/20/2015, in category "Immigratation Process Related"
Views: this article has been read 2411 times
Location: Virginia, United States
Abstract: An applicant for an immigrant visa cannot and will not be granted permanent residence unless they can demonstrate that they won't require financial support from any level of government in the U.S. Being a "Public Charge" is a ground for inadmissibility.
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Posted by: Admin, on 5/20/2015, in category "Immigratation Process Related"
Views: this article has been read 2527 times
Location: Virginia, United States
Abstract: For those not yet in the U.S., this is the process to follow after you have been approved for your visa. This rule became effective for all foreign nationals who receive an immigrant visa on or after Feb. 1, 2013.
Rating: 7920 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 5.0
Posted by: Admin, on 5/31/2009, in category "Immigratation Process Related"
Views: this article has been read 74833 times
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Posted by: Admin, on 3/30/2009, in category "Keeping Families Together"
Views: this article has been read 42585 times
Location: Winchester, Virginia, United States
Abstract: By the time you receive LPR status, your child may no longer be a minor. This may raise new legal problems and requirements on your part.
Rating: 498 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 5.0
Posted by: Admin, on 3/24/2009, in category "Diplomats and Foreign Government Officials"
Views: this article has been read 49876 times
Location: Virginia, United States
Abstract: Overview How to Qualify for a Diplomatic Visa Local Government and European Union Officials How to Apply - Required Documentation Visa Processing and Issuance Fees Renewing a Visa in the U.S. Immediate Family Members Personal Employees Additional Information Misrepresentation of Facts or Fraud Entering the U.S.- Port of Entry Further Visa Inquiries Frequently Asked Questions

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