U.S. Immigration: Step by Step
Updated second edition of the definitive guide to U.S. emigration If you want green card status, you need this book! This book explains: procedures documents forms current laws visa categories for the immigrant seeking green card status This new edition reflects the substantial changes that have been made within the U.S. immigration system since the setting up of the Department of Homeland Security. It addresses not only the changes within the organizational structure, but system changes that affect category preference and visa time limits. This new edition is divided into the main areas of who qualifies, how to file, which forms to file, when to file, and what to expect.
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