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Building credit is a confusing process for many. Learn the ins and outs of how to build your credit and reap the benefits.
The J-1 Advisory Opinion determines whether you will have to return to your home country for two years based on a review of the documents you submit to the U.S. State Department. Upon your request for this review, the State Department will issue a decision about whether you must return to your home country for two years.
A common question we get from J1 holders: "Is it Possible to Transition from a J-1 to a Green Card in the U.S.?" We've done some extensive research into this topic Click here to find out.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires J1 visa exchange program visitors to return to their country of origin for two years once their program is complete. However, in certain cases, J1 holders may be able to waive that requirement.
Visiting scholars and skilled professionals in the US under the J-1 program will experience an unfortunate situation when their visas expire. However, many J1 holder may be eligible for an extension.
Immigrating to the U.S. to live and work has become a particularly challenging journey for individuals and families. Now more than ever, you need to have a long-term strategy and backup plans.
9 million permanent residents are eligible to naturalize as U.S. citizen. Are you one of them?
Applying for a US visa at the US embassy can be scary and overwhelming. You may be wondering, what are the requirements for the US visa application and visa appointment? How about the documents, waiting times and application fees? Check out our guide.
For newcomers in the US, it is crucial to possess a form of national ID number in order to work, file taxes, obtain Social Security, apply for bank accounts and healthcare and more
If you've never heard of a Social Security card, don't worry—we'll walk you through why and how you should get one.
Immigration to the U.S. is a difficult and complex endeavor, and staying up-to-date on your case status is incredibly important