USCIS provides clarity to the EB-1 immigrant visa application process with its latest policy guidance and the types of evidence deemed valuable, especially for STEM field professionals.
The United States offers multiple pathways for noncitizen STEM professionals to work and live in the country. This overview explores the temporary and permanent immigration options, their eligibility criteria, and some essential considerations for STEM professionals.
As a noncitizen, securing employment in the United States can be a daunting task. This guide provides a comprehensive overview of the employment-based visa classifications, processes, and regulations you need to know to make your American dream a reality.
Don’t let simple mistakes or oversights cost you your marriage-based green card. Discover the common reasons for denials, and learn how to strengthen your application.
In this post, we dissect the recent changes to the USCIS policy manual regarding the “Sought to Acquire” requirement under the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA). This update, effective as of Feb. 14, 2023, clarifies how extraordinary circumstances may excuse an applicant’s failure to meet this requirement.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has taken a significant step in enhancing customer experience by launching a new online appointment request form. This online tool simplifies the process of requesting an in-person appointment for specific immigration-related matters. Learn more about how this initiative supports the Executive Order on Transforming Federal Customer Experience.
The National Interest Waiver of Job Offer, stemming from the Immigration and Nationality Act, provides certain professionals a route to bypass the job offer requirement. Through a meticulous demonstration of exceptional ability and national interest, eligible individuals can secure their path within the US. Here’s a comprehensive breakdown.
Navigating unforeseen circumstances is challenging, especially when it affects your immigration status. The USCIS offers relief on a case-by-case basis to those impacted. Discover how you can seek help and the necessary steps involved.
USCIS has made vital changes to the way they issue receipts for L-1 nonimmigrant intracompany transferees. Filing of Form I-129S and Form I-129 will now result in two separate notices, providing more efficient and organized processing for petitioners.
USCIS has conducted additional random selections for FY 2024 H-1B cap, due to increased demand. Learn about the significant uptick in registrations and the anti-fraud measures in place to ensure fair proceedings.