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TPS For Venezuela

TPS For Venezuela What is TPS? The Secretary of Homeland Security may designate a foreign country for Temporary Protected Status (TPS)  due to conditions in the country that temporarily prevent the country’s nationals from returning safely, or in certain circumstances, where the country is unable to handle the return of its nationals adequately. TPS may be granted to …

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I-130 Petition

I-130 Petition Your efforts to bring – or keep – your loved ones together can be torpedoed before they really get off the ground. Miscues, mishaps, and missteps on immigrant relative petitions can lead to long delays, increased costs, or worse. Naturally, you’re concerned. You’re afraid to make mistakes which might harm your family members. …

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K Visa (Fiancé/Fiancée/Spouse Of U.S. Citizen)

K Visa (Fiancé/Fiancée/Spouse Of U.S. Citizen) K-1 Visa Eligibility The K-1 visa allows a U.S. citizen to sponsor their fiancé to come to the United States. Both partners must have the intention to get married within 90 days after the sponsored fiancé arrives in the United States from abroad. Specific requirements include: The sponsoring partner …

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Employment First Preference (EB-1)

Employment First Preference (EB-1) Employment First Preference visas (EB-1 visas) are reserved for those designated as priority workers. There are three sub-groups of EB-1 visas. EB-1A visas are for those with extraordinary ability in athletics, education, business, arts, or science. EB-1A applicants must have ample evidence demonstrating that they have attained widespread acclaim for their achievements …

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Employment First Preference (EB-2)

Employment First Preference (EB-2) Employment Second Preference visas (EB-2 visas) are reserved for foreign workers who have advanced degrees, exceptional ability, and/or whose immigration is in the national interest. Professionals holding an advanced degree or a baccalaureate degree and at least five years of progressive experience are eligible for the EB-2 visa. Professionals with exceptional ability must …

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Employment First Preference (EB-3)

Employment First Preference (EB-3) Employment Third Preference visas (EB-3 visas) are for unskilled workers, skilled workers, and professionals. These terms are defined as: Professionals are persons whose occupations require at least a four year college or university degree Skilled workers are persons who have two years of job training or work experience Unskilled workers are persons who will …

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