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Is There a Link between Immigration and Crime?

Immigration will always have socioeconomic impacts because it involves people, communities, and societies. Since immigration has been taking place since before biblical times, the body of research on this topic is extensive and has determined the long-run socioeconomic impacts are generally beneficial for the countries that send and receive migrants. Receiving nations benefit in terms …Read More

Can I Work in the United States While I’m Waiting for My Green Card?

Upon arriving in the United States, foreigners are expected to abide by the conditions stipulated on their visas. In many cases, this means not being allowed to work or generate income while staying in the country, but this prohibition can be lifted under certain circumstances. The first aspect to consider in this regard is whether …Read More

Are Naturalized U.S. Citizens in Danger of Having Their Citizenship Revoked?

The opportunity to become an American citizen is the highest benefit offered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. For many foreigners, naturalization is their ultimate American dream come true, but for a few others, it can turn into a nightmare. In recent months, immigration enforcement agents and the Justice Department have been empowered …Read More

How Frequently Can a Foreigner Visit the U.S.?

According to statistics compiled by the World Tourism Organization, France is the country that gets the most annual visits, and this is probably because the magic of Paris is irresistible to international visitors. There was a time when the United States used to attract even more tourists than France, and the last time that happened …Read More

Can I Change My Name When I Apply to Be a U.S. Citizen?

Many immigrants decide to change their names upon becoming naturalized citizens of the United States. The reasons for doing so are numerous: in many cases, traditional names in other languages don’t always translate well into English, or perhaps a Latin American woman has decided to follow common law and take her husband’s name. It so …Read More

How to Read the Monthly Visa Bulletin Published by the USCIS

Outside of visas intended for tourism, the numbers of immigrant and nonimmigrant visas issued by the United States Department of State are numerically limited. Federal law directs this agency to work with the Department of Homeland Security to calculate the maximum number of visas, and the per-country limits established by this calculation are based on …Read More

6 Facts You Should Know About Immigration in the US [Infographic]

Immigrants to America come from many different countries and backgrounds, and their impact on our country is both positive and significant. The trusted San Diego immigration lawyers at KS Visa Law have put together a quick infographic explaining some important facts about those who immigrate to the United States. If you’re in need of additional …Read More

Steps to Becoming a U.S. Citizen Through Marriage

Of all the various ways immigrants can become legal residents and naturalized citizens of the United States, marrying an American citizen or a permanent legal resident is often considered to be the most straightforward. The best-case scenario involves an American citizen who meets his or her future spouse abroad and gets married in the U.S. …Read More

How Is the U.S. Government Shutdown Affecting Immigration Services?

When the people of the United States celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on January 21st, the partial shutdown of government services had entered its fifth week. Thanks to a private donation from Delta Air Lines, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park in Atlanta had enough operating funds to open on the holiday, …Read More

Major Amendments Proposed for Regulations Governing H-1B Visas

Amidst all the bad news related to U.S. immigration policy under the administration of President Donald Trump, a glimmer of hope is emerging regarding the H-1B visa program, which benefits skilled foreign workers and American employers. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced its intention to overhaul the H-1B visa program through a series …Read More

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