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Usual Reasons for Immigration

Immigration, or the movement of a person in another country with the intention of settling there for good, is becoming increasingly common nowadays. People have different reasons why they immigrate and here are the usual reasons for immigration:

  • Employment

People want better job opportunities. Some may be targeting a specific company and are lucky enough to be hired. Another situation may be due to promotion or because the company assigned the person to another country or region, where they have to work or fill a position. Alternatively, there may be lack of job opportunities in the immigrant’s native country forcing them to just move out and settle in another country where their skill may be of use.

  • Education

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A Rundown of Different Types of Permanent Worker Visas

According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), about 140,000 visas are available for job immigrants (and their immediate family, too). Many citizens seek employment and residence in the United States, but not everyone makes the cut. Obtaining a permanent worker visa is one of the most effective ways to obtain work in the US. However, it is not an easy task to get a permanent worker visa. It takes the right combination of education, skills, and work experience to possibly qualify for permanent worker visa in the United States. Here are the different types of permanent worker visas:

 

  • First Preference (EB-1)
  • Reserved for people with extraordinary skills and knowledge in the arts, sciences, education, business and athletics

Usual Reasons for Seeking an Immigration Visa

Immigration, or the movement of a person in another country with the intention of settling there for good, is becoming increasingly common nowadays. People have different reasons why they want to obtain an immigration visa and immigrate and here are the usual reasons for immigration:

  • Employment  Visa

People want better job opportunities. Some may be targeting a specific company and are lucky enough to be hired. Another situation may be due to promotion or because the company assigned the person to another country or region, where they have to work or fill a position. Alternatively, there may be lack of job opportunities in the immigrant’s native country forcing them to just move out and settle in another country where their skill may be… Continue reading

A Rundown of the Different Types of Temporary Worker Visas

To many people across the globe, working in the United States seems like a good opportunity. Especially for those who belong to many of the world’s developing countries, having employment and residing in the United States of America is a big thing as it is considered to be a “greener pasture”.

 

A citizen of a foreign country is required to have a visa to make an entry to the United States. In particular, those who wish to earn a living in the US during a fixed period of time need to have what is called “Temporary Worker Visa”. Here are the different kinds of visas for temporary worker and what they are for:

  • Person in Specialty Career (H-1B)

 

The Pros and Cons of Immigration to Host Countries

For every process, there are advantages and disadvantages. Same is the case for immigration or the movement into another place for the intent of settling there for a relatively long period of time. Immigration has impacts to both countries of origin and host countries. Here are some of the benefits and drawbacks experienced by host countries due to immigration.

Pros of Immigration

  • Increased Manpower

Host countries may lack some manpower and may have job vacancies which the natives leave vacant. This may be because the natives are unwilling to take the job or may be due to lack of skills. In addition, skills and technology transfer are possible. 

  • Cultural  Diversity

Cultural diversity in a country is achieved when there are more… Continue reading

Denaturalization

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Georgia Immigration Attorney

There are two ways of becoming a US citizen – by birth or by naturalization. Naturalization allows an alien to legally become a US citizen. Likewise denaturalization is the process in which your US citizenship is revoked or cancelled. The US government has the power to cancel your US citizenship. The government can revoke or cancel your US citizen for many reasons. An experienced US immigration lawyer at Zeribe Law Offices can explain the different reasons. When you become a naturalizedUScitizen, you should take some time to understand the reasons that can make you loose yourUScitizenship.

The most common reason for revocation or cancellation of US citizenship is concealment of information at the time of naturalization. If you have… Continue reading

Applying for Refugee Status

Georgia immigration Attorneys

Under US immigration laws, you can apply for a refugee status if you have been persecuted or you fear that you will be persecuted on the basis of your religion, race, political opinion, nationality or social group. Consult with an experiencedUSimmigration lawyer to know if you qualify for refugee status under US immigration laws.

One of the main requirements for a refugee status is that you should be outside theUnited States. If you are already in theUSeither legally or illegally, you can apply for asylum. You must be unwilling to return to your home country because returning to your home country will result in serious harm and danger to your life and freedom. To be eligible to apply for refugee status, you… Continue reading