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J-1 Student Visas

The J-Visa is an excellent option available to those who need to study in the United States to complete their education. Students who use this visa will have certain benefits, such as having the ability to work. Keep in mind that the J-1 visa will only last as long as the necessary academic training the

F-1 Student Visa

F-1 Student Visa

The F-1 Visa is one of the more popular options available to students who wish to do their education in the United States. A student with an F-1 visa will have the option to work part-time, at 20 hours a week. American Immigration Center answers the most common questions related to the F

EB-5 Investor Visa

As you research which visa option is right for you, you may or may not have come across the EB-5. An EB-5 is also known as the investment visa, immigrant entrepreneur visa or millionaire visa. It allows an individual to immigrate to the U.S. by making an investment into a U.S. company.

What is the EB-5 pr

Asylum Explained

Each year, people experience conditions and persecution which makes their home country unsafe. These people flee their home in search of safety and stability. To such people, the United States offers an immigration program called asylum.

What is Asylum?

Asylum is when an individual faces persec

Work Visas Explained

The United States offers four types of work visas for individuals who wish to immigrate for work. These four visas are the H-1B, L-1, O and P-1. Each visa covers the variety of situations in which the immigrant may come to the United States for work.

Work Visas: H-1b

The United States holds an H-1B lotte

What is Family Based Immigration?

As defined by federal law, family immigration is the process in which a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident petitions for the immigration of immediate family members. Petitioning an immediate family member means that the citizen or permanent resident requests for an immediate family membe

AIC Explains Student Visas

One of the most common reasons for immigrating to the United States is education. Easy access to education and quality programs attracts many students from around the world. If you are considering studying in the United States, you will need to know which student visas are available to you. America

Top 10 Immigration Changes in 2018

In 2018 U.S. immigration law saw many changes. All non-citizens were impacted including immigrants seeking asylum and adjustment of status applicants. In this article, American Immigration Center takes a look back at the 10 biggest immigration reforms in 2018.

1. Effective February 27, 2018- S

Everything You Need to Know About the 5th Preference of Employment Based Immigration (EB-5)

The EB-5 Program Originated in the 1990’s As one the greatest opportunities to obtain United States citizenship, the EB-5 program has been a valuable asset to many emigrants. It has been considered the least restrictive immigration program, with the greatest amount of latitude for allowing fami

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration’s proposed new policy toward student services, and unlawful presence of nonimmigrants.

U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services has opened a new policy for discussion today in attempt to curb the number of students that overstay on their visas.   This effort stems from the annual entry and exit overstay report published by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). In the repor

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