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What is the process of immigrating to the USA? Thousands apply for immigration to the USA each day. Considering the increasing amount of applications to the country, it is only fair to say that not all of them succeed. Some travel to the USA for a short time, while others come with intentions of a green card. This article lays down the basics of the immigration process.
Keep in mind that the purpose of your visit plays a big part in determining which process you will have to go through. This is because each process comes with different requirements and eligibility criteria, whether you wish to find work in the USA or wish to reunite with your family living in the states.
The primary difference between a green card and a visa depends on the duration of your stay in the US. If you have a non-immigrant visa, then your stay is temporary. Meaning, that you have to provide the visa office with your return dates. This proves to the border agents that you have no intentions to abandon your home country before you enter the United States. Additionally, you can also renew the non-immigrant visas to extend your stay in the country.
On the other hand, a green card declares permanent residence in the USA. With a green card, you have the right to stay in the country for as long as you want. Moreover, it also opens up your options for citizenship in the country. For this reason, acquiring a green card is much more difficult than getting a visa. Each year, the United States Government issues a limited amount of green cards up for the taking. Each of those green cards is also limited to different countries. People belonging to a country that the green card does not cover have to go through an extensive waiting time.
When you search through the different immigration options for the United States, you will find that there are many options available. The wide variety of options plays to your favor as each of the options has specific requirements that are particular to each class of people and purpose.
This means that your chances of falling into the requirements are high, making you eligible for the immigration process for at least one of those categories. Most visa applications of the USA require someone on your behalf to petition for you. This can either be an employee or a family member.
Visas can include either the J-1 or the O-1 visa. Few visas, such as the EB-1A visa allows you to make a petition for yourself for the visa application.
Some of the visa options available for immigration are most viable for short-term visits and leisure activities in the United States. Your reasons could also include conducting a study or working on a project.
A B-1 visa has everything to do with business-related activities. It allows you to visit the USA for business meetings, conferences, or board meetings. You can also get this visa to engage with your customers if you have a business that you run overseas from your home nation.
This visa is ideal for students that want to study in the United States and get a degree, whether it is a master’s degree, bachelors, or PhD. It is mostly a study visa but also allows you to work in some cases.
If you happen to be a family member of a US citizen or someone that is a permanent resident in the country, then they can sponsor your US visa. This largely depends on whether the sponsor is indeed a US citizen, and how close of a relative you are by blood.
The age of the sponsor is also a factor that plays a part, for example, sibling sponsors should at least be 21 years old, and the same applies to parents. Furthermore, green card holders can also sponsor unmarried spouse that can enter the USA for marriage purposes.
For some visas, you have the availability of premium processing. This type of process reduces your wait time, which means that you do not have to wait for years after applying for your visa. However, you have to pay a hefty premium-processing fee if you want to make things quick.
Applying for US immigration comes with plenty of paperwork. You have to provide the immigration officers and VISA issuers with plenty of documentation. This includes all the documents that prove your identity, including your pictures. If you apply for the family sponsorship type visa, then you may even have to provide them with a DNA test, which proves your relationship with your family or spouse.
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