Fiancées of U.S Citizens ("K-1")
 

A fiancée of a US citizen may apply for a nonimmigrant visa, which allows US entry for 90 days. Within that 90 days period, the US citizen and the foreign fiancée must be married. The fiancée must then apply for permanent resident status in the United States.

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Uscis Clarifies Fee Exemption Eligibility For The Application For Waiver Of Grounds Of Inadmissibility (Form I601)
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Remind Its Customers That The Fee For An Application For Waiver Of Grounds Of Inadmissibility (Form I601) Is Always Required. Uscis Has Received Numerous Applications Filed Without The Appropriate Fee Due To An Incorrect Interpretation Of The Regulations.

Cbp Responds To Hurricane Dolly
Today At The News Conference Held At The Federal Emergency Management Agency, Jayson Ahern, Cbp Deputy Commissioner Said, "U.S. Customs And Border Protection (Cbp) Currently Is Maintaining Normal Border Security Operations At And Between Our Ports Of Entry In The Impacted Area Of The Border. We Have Established Our Lead Field Coordinator, Which Is Chief Ron Vitiello, Our Local Border Patrol Sector Chief. We Also Are Actively Maintaining Liaison Officers At Local, State And Fema Command And Coordination Centers In Order To Most Effectively Commit Our Resources To Those Agencies And Individuals In Need. We Have Approximately 3,500 Employees Who Are Living In The Impacted Area And Who Continue To Work Toward Keeping Our Country Safe.

Uscis Proposes Changes To Improve The H-2B Temporary Non-Agricultural Worker Program
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Announced On August 15, 2008 A Series Of Proposed Rule Changes That Will Streamline Procedures For Hiring Workers Under The H-2B Program. These Changes Are Being Proposed In Further Fulfillment Of The Commitment Made By The Administration Last August, After The Failure Of Congress To Pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform, To Review And Improve Visa Programs For Temporary Workers On H-2B Using Existing Authorities. The Proposed Rule, Which Has Been Sent To The Federal Register, Supplements The Extensive Reforms Of The H-2B Program Already Proposed By The Department Of Labor In Its Proposed Rule Published On May 22.

Australia Immigration To South Australia At Record Levels.
Australian Immigration News Australia Immigration To South Australia At Record Levels. The Australian Bureau Of Statistics (Abs) Have Just Released Figures That Shows The Level Of Migration To South Australia Is At A Record High. During The Last Twelve Months To April 2007, South Australia Received A Net Gain From Overseas Migration Of 12,600 People, And The First [...]

20 New Citizens From 13 Countries Take Oath Of Citizenship
Uscis Director Administered The Oath Of Allegiance To 20 New U.S. Citizens, From 13 Countries Around The World, In An Openair Ceremony On Angel Island In San Francisco Bay.

Beyond Arrival.
Arrived In The U.S.! There Are Many Things You Need To Do Right After Getting Off The Plane Than Just Grab Your Luggage. We Bring To You An Insight Of What Happens Once You Have Landed Safely In The U.S.

Dhs To Begin Biometric Exit Pilot As Part Of Usvisit Program
As A Part Of The Border Management System Introduced At Airports And Seaports Earlier This Year, The U.S. Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs) Today Announced That It Will Pilot And Evaluate Usvisit Automated Biometric Exit Procedures For Foreign Visitors. Biometric Technology - Digital Finger Scans And Digital Photographs - Helps Make Usvisit Simple And Effective.

Cbp Gets Another Weapon In Its Armor; Expedited Removal Authorization
The Cbp Has Been Granted The Power To Place Certain Aliens In Expedited Removal Proceedings. The Dhs Believes That This Step Will Enhance National Security And Public Safety By Facilitating Prompt Immigration Determinations And Enable Dhs To Deal More Effectively With Large Volume Of Persons Seeking Illegal Entry Into The Us.

American Citizen Sponsoring Argentinian Mom
I Am An American Citizen Living In France For The Last Year. I Will Like To Sponsor My Mom That Lives In Argentina. What I Have To Do In Order To Make It Work And How Long Will Take To Get Approved. Norma

Uscis Welcomes More Than 39,000 New Citizens During Constitution Week And Citizenship Day
More Than 39,000 Individuals Will Become New Citizens Of The United States This Week During Special Ceremonies Hosted By U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) To Recognize Constitution Week. The Naturalization Ceremonies Held September 17 Through September 23 Commemorate The Signing Of The U.S. Constitution On September 17, 1787. The Naturalization Ceremonies Are Scheduled For Citizenship Day, September 17 For As Few As 20 Citizenship Applicants In St. Albans, Vermont, To As Many As 3,000 Applicants At Fenway Park In Boston.

Update On Overseas I130 Filing
The Public Notice Posted By Uscis For Overseas Petitioners To File Their I130s With The California Service Center And The Vermont Service Center Was Pulled On 26Th January 2007, Shortly After It Was Posted. The Companion I130 Forms Entry Page Was Pulled On 29Th January 2007. The Revised Filing Instructions For Overseas Petitioners Are Not In Effect As Of Now.

Sevis Fee Payment Begins Today
Beginning Today, Students, Scholars And Exchange Visitors From Abroad Whose Schools Or Programs Are Approved In Sevis Will Be Required To Pay The Appropriate Fee - In Most Cases, $100 Prior To Obtaining Their Visas.

Visa Revalidation: No More Renewals In The U.S.
After Many Years Of Service, The Revalidation Division Of The Department Of State Has Discontinued Its Domestic Revalidation Service For E, H, I, L, O, And P Visas Starting July 16, 2004.

Us: Sarah Palin Silent On Immigration Issues
Republican Presidential Hopeful John Mccain Surprised America By Announcing Alaska Governor Sarah Palin As His Vice-Presidential Running Mate - A Virtual Unknown In Us Politics. Since Then, Mccain's Campaign Has Kept The Press From Interviewing Palin; Her Stance On A Number Of Issues Is Unknown. This Especially Includes Immigration - A Hot Topic In Today's American Political Landscape.

Dhs Proposes To Establish Biometric Exit Procedures At All U.S Air And Sea Ports Of Departure
The U.S. Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs) Announced Today A Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking That Will Establish Biometric Exit Procedures At All U.S Air And Sea Ports Of Departure. The Majority Of Nonu.S. Citizens Are Already Required To Submit Digital Fingerprints And A Digital Photograph For Admission Into The Country. The Usvisit Exit Proposal Would Require Nonu.S. Citizens Who Provide Biometric Identifiers For Admission To Also Provide Digital Fingerprints When Departing The Country From Any Air Or Sea Ports Of Departure.

Dhs Announces Redesignation Of Liberia Tps
The Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs) Has Announced The Redesignation Of Temporary Protected Status For Nationals Of Liberia Until October 1, 2005. Under This Redesignation, Nationals Of Liberia (Or Aliens Having No Nationality Who Last Habitually Resided In Liberia) May Be Eligible To Live And Work In The United States For An Additional Year.

Uscis Informs The Public That New Passport Card Is Acceptable For Employment Eligibility Verification
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services Is Informing The Public That The New U.S. Passport Card May Be Used In The Employment Eligibility Verification Form (I-9) Process.

Uscis To Increase Immigration Filing Fees
The U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Have Proposed A Fee Structure For The Fiscal Year 2008/2009. The Increase In Actual Costs To Applicants And Petitioners Will Be Only 66 Percent.

Enhancements To Student And Exchange Visitor Program Announced
The U.S. Immigration And Customs Enforcement (Ice) Has Announced Today That It Has Significantly Enhanced The Student And Exchange Visitor Program (Sevp) And, For The First Time, Is Proposing To Raise Fees To Support The Improvements.

Uscis Welcomes More Than 39,000 New Citizens During Constitution Week And Citizenship Day
More Than 39,000 Individuals Will Become New Citizens Of The United States This Week During Special Ceremonies Hosted By U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) To Recognize Constitution Week. The Naturalization Ceremonies Held September 17 Through September 23 Commemorate The Signing Of The U.S. Constitution On September 17, 1787. The Naturalization Ceremonies Are Scheduled For Citizenship Day, September 17 For As Few As 20 Citizenship Applicants In St. Albans, Vermont, To As Many As 3,000 Applicants At Fenway Park In Boston.