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The October 2014 Visa Bulletin Has Been Released

The October 2014 Visa Bulletin Has Been Released

The U.S. Department of State has released the October 2014 Visa Bulletin. October 2014 Visa Bulletin for Family-Based Visas   The U.S. Department of State categorizes green card petitions based on the sponsor’s legal status. F1: The unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens. F2: The spouses and children of Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs or green card […]

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FYI: Co-Sponsoring the Financial Income Requirement for U.S Immigration

Financial Income Requirement Co- Sponsor for U.S Immigration

If you do not meet the minimum financial income requirement needed for petitioning a loved one you can find a co-sponsor to help you. What is a co-sponsor? A co-sponsor takes on the financial and legal responsibility for the person you are petitioning. It is a binding contract that assures the U.S. government that the foreign national […]

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FYI: The Financial Income Requirement for U.S. Immigration

Financial Income Requirement for U.S. Immigration

  When applying for a U.S. immigration visa or Green Card the USCIS will want the petitioner (either a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident) to meet a financial income requirement. For example, when sponsoring a loved one, fiancé, or spouse, the petitioner must show proof of their ability to financially support the foreign national […]

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Five B-2 Visitor Visa Interview Questions to Expect

B-2 Visitor Visa Questions

  The B-2 Visitor visa process will require most applicant to attend a short interview.  It can be nerve wracking, but you’ll need to confidently answer some questions for a consulate officer.  These five questions will most likely be asked in the B-2 Visitor visa interview, so be sure to know the answers and practice your […]

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U.S. State Department’s Technical Glitch is Causing Problems With Visas

US Technical Glitch

A technical glitch has interfered with the issuing of U.S. travel visas. As The Wall Street Journal reports, the State Department experienced a technical glitch between July 19th and July 23rd. As of today, the problem hasn’t been completely resolved, though the system is back up and running. This issue has created a backlog of people waiting […]

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The VISANOW SHRM 2014 Wrap-Up

VISANOW at SHRM 2014

Last month, HR professionals from all over the country came to Orlando for the SHRM 2014 Annual Conference and Exposition. This event is a chance for HR Professionals to keep up to date with the latest news and best practices for human resource management. This is why VISANOW was in attendance at SHRM 2014. “We’ll […]

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The VISANOW Sales Team “Restarts” at iO Chicago

VISANOW Improv training at iO Chicago

Way back in January, the VISANOW sales team had a kickoff to get ready for the year. With the first six months of this year in the rear view mirror and sights set on what lies ahead, the sales team took an afternoon to “restart.” The Sales Team Restarts As Vice President of Sales, Joseph […]

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