Updated Information on COVID-19 Travel to the U.S.

Many COVID-19 restrictions may slowly be coming to an end. However, as to travel restrictions, many worldwide precautions are still in place, limiting how and where to one can travel. As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. continues to limit the travel into the country. The red list originally created by the

What is a Fiance/K-1 Visa and How to Apply?

K-1 visa is a nonimmigrant visa that allows U.S citizens to bring their partner to the U.S. and get married within 90 days. The process allows for partners from foreign countries to enter U.S. without having to marry outside of the U.S. and wait for the CR-1 visa process to be completed, which can take

Prioritizing Visa and Green Card Processing

Do you have a pending green card application? Previous administration ceased the processing of most green card applications, creating a backlog of about 500,000 in February 2021, compared to less than 100,000 in January 2020. However, in early March the Biden administration announced that it is directing U.S. embassies and consulates to prioritize the processing

What is an EB1 Green Card and O1 Visa?

There are many different options available when trying to obtain a visa or a green card in the United States. Some of those include options for individuals who demonstrate expertise or recognized talent in a specialized filed. Those fields include scientists, researchers, doctors, business executives, educators, academics, and any other professionals with renowned talents. EB-1

10 Steps to Becoming a U.S. Citizen

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS website summarizes the process of becoming a US Citizen in 10 steps. Below we will discuss each step in more details. Double check that you are not already a U.S. Citizen. It is possible to acquire or derive a citizenship and some people do not realize that

What is Happening in Immigration Law under the Biden Administration

On his first day in office, on January 20, 2021, President Joe Biden, signed various executive orders and issued several directives related to immigration law in the United States. In addition, President Biden proposed to Congress an immigration bill, that if passed, would allow an estimated 11 million of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. gain