U.S. Immigration Made Easy

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Nolo, 2009 - Law - 606 pages
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Ready to move to the USA? Here's the insider's guide you need!
"U.S. Immigration Made Easy" covers every possible way to legally enter and live in the United States. The author explains how the immigration system really works, showing you how to qualify for:
work visas
student visas
refugee status
green cards
and more
Step-by-step instructions show how to fill out and file forms and how to approach the enormous U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) bureaucracy.
Thoroughly updated and revised, the 14th edition has been updated and revised to cover the latest changes in immigration law, including new laws about fiance visas, less burdensome financial requirements for sponsors and tougher standards of evidence for asylum. It also shows you where to find the forms you need on the Internet.

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Do-it-yourself law is always a risky proposition, way more so if you’re not a lawyer. This do-it-yourself immigration book is published by Nolo, a company specializing in self-help law books. This ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Ilona Bray is an author and legal editor at Nolo, specializing in real estate, immigration law, and nonprofit fundraising. She is also the author of Becoming a U.S. Citizen and co-author of Nolo's Essential Guide to Buying Your First Home. Bray's working background includes solo practice, nonprofit, and corporate stints, as well as long periods of volunteering, including an internship at Amnesty International's main legal office in London.

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