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July 2015 Archives

People of tremendous talent, and how companies can retain them

Immigration is an issue that doesn't only affect individuals, though that is (understandably) where most of the focus is placed. There are many organizations and companies out there that need to be compliant with immigration regulations, as they strize to keep their prized employees and hire new ones. And for those employees, they need to be very aware of how the rules apply to them, in addition to knowing what processes they have to follow to ensure their ability to remain in the country.

Interview with immigration official must be taken seriously

When it comes to immigration processes and matters, there will likely be an interview scheduled with an official at some point down the line. Almost all immigration process include such an interview, and the interview is performed with an official from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This official is looking for any flaws in your background or history that would preclude you from the legal status that you are looking to obtain.

Options galore when it comes to permanent residency

Permanent residency sounds like a difficult status to obtain, with only a few -- at best -- options for those who want to legally achieve a permanent move to the U.S. However, this is not the case. While the process isn't necessarily an easy one, there are many different ways that someone can earn permanent residency. Let's look at a few of the ways that someone can achieve this treasured status.

Obtaining legal status for your spouse

The opportunity to work or live in the United States is an incredible moment for many people. When that chance is afforded to them, though, they likely have to leave their family and loved ones behind to seize the opportunity. Thankfully, there are ways for immigrants to extend similar immigration opportunities to their family and loved ones, which can help the family reunite and move forward as a happier unit.