• Types of immigrant visas to the USA

    Citizens of most countries need a visa to enter the United States. It´s the mechanism the USA uses to protect the country´s borders and their citizens, from potential threats that are very real. Visas are issued at consulates and embassies and allow the person to travel to the USA and request permission to enter the country. There are two fundamental types of visas: immigrant...
  • Types of non-immigrant visas for the United States

    There are various types of visas that are requested by the United States for employment, study, family, travel, business, and for a temporary or permanent stay. Citizens of some countries do not need a visa to travel to the United States, unfortunately, this does not apply to any Latin American country except Chile, and citizens with dual nationality of one of the countries eli...
  • You need this visa to get medical treatment in the United States

    The United States has an extensive network of hospitals and clinics that have international certifications. That is why states like Florida, Texas, New York, among other states, are the epicenter for international medical tourism from regions such as Latin America. Nevertheless, people interested in traveling to the US for receiving medical treatment must first prove that they ...
  • Questions you need to answer during your interview for the tourist visa

    You´ve got everything ready for your vacation trip to the United States. You saved up some money and are willing to have the journey of a lifetime, but there´s still one test to go: the interview for getting your tourist visa approved. The B1/B2 visa is designed for touristic activities including shopping, sightseeing, visiting friends or relatives that are residents of for g...
  • Some ways professionals can migrate legally to the USA

    Approximately 140.000 immigration visas are granted every year to foreigners, their spouse and children, that have the intention to migrate to the US based on their skills. The objective is to land different jobs, according to the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). A high number of Latin American immigrants with a higher education degree and various years of exper...
  • Some motives not to grant a visa or a green card or permanent residency permit

    Although hundreds of thousands of people get visas and green cards each year to enter and live in the United States, in some cases applications may be rejected on the grounds of inadmissibility.The United States can deny any foreigner entry to the country for one or several causes, and consider a person "inadmissible”. Immigration authorities must verify that the citizen do...
  • The immigration plan that president Trump supports requests applicants to speak English

    The S.354 bill requires that immigrants speak English; it cancels the diversity visa lottery, reduces refugees to half, questions the asylum program and tightens visa requirements. It seems unlikely that it can be approved by Congress.The S.354 immigration bill that President Trump recently supported includes significant changes which apply since more than 50 years ago and ar...
  • The interview process for your visa application

    Something you should consider is that luck has nothing to do with the outcome of your interview. The embassy or consulate officials make their decisions based solely on the law, regulations, and policies from the US State Department.Both the personal interview (if required) and the information that the applicant provides through the forms are critical for the visa application...

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