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Life in a refugee camp

Prakash Limbu’s story of growing up in a refugee camp, and his journey of moving  to and living in Erie, PA.

By Anna Ashcraft

Prakash Limbu is a typical 19 year old college student at Gannon University. 1,421 more words


职业移民的类别 (employment based immigration)

职业移民绿卡(EB类绿卡)中EB1, EB2和EB3类是基于工作工作或者专业成就的移民途径。这三类总共每年有120,000个名额限。这些个名额分配根据不同类别的优先级别来分配。



EB1绿卡面向三种申请人。第一种(EB1a)是在本领域里面的杰出人才(Persons of extraordinary ability in science, arts, education, business, or athletics)。第二类(EB1b)是杰出教授或者研究人员(outstanding professors and researchers)。第三类(EB1c)是跨国公司的经理和管理人员(managers and executives subject to international transfer to US)。 41 more words


My Green Card - Miracles Happen :)

                A few days ago I collected my „biggest treasure” – my passport with immigrant visa.

                And here I am, staring at it. After having shown it to a few people, and looked at it for a considerable amount of time, I think it finally starts to hit me. 163 more words


What Happens If Your Green Card Expires?

It is very important that your green card on active status. Permanent residence is your proof of lawful immigration status. If you allow it to expire, you may find that you’re in trouble for getting a job and other public benefits. 202 more words

U.S. Immigration

May 2016 Visa Bulletin Released

The visa bulletin for May 2016 was released and there has been very little movement.  I have included some highlights below followed by the actual charts.  161 more words


How did a Permanent Residence change your life?

If you are a U.S. Permanent Residential Card (Green card)  who finds yourself in need, you may consider applying for public benefits. US immigration Center would like to share a few points about the freedom and rights of Green Card holders from the United States Government. 64 more words

U.S. Immigration

National Interest Waiver: You May Be Surprised

Does the National Interest Waiver (a self-sponsored green card application) require that you be working for or funded by the US Government?  The short answer is no, it most certainly does not.   600 more words