If you are a PhD, PhD student, Post doc, Researcher with a PhD trying to get a green card, this site is for you. This website brings you the condensed experience of several PhDs who have self-petitioned and successfully obtained their green cards without a lawyer or employer in either EB1A ( Exceptional Ability ) or EB2-NIW ( National Interest Wavier ).
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Boston Postdoctoral Association About the BPDA Our Leadership. Casseus Law filed an EB-1A case with a concurrently filed green card for a PhD researcher on May 30, 2017, her green card was approved on February 5, 2018 with a green card interview. Client 3: Casseus Law filed an EB-1A self-sponsored petition for a PhD researcher from India on January 9, 2018. Her EB-1A case was approved on.Types of UK Visa From USA for Green Card Holders. For Green Card holders the first step towards a successful visa application is to decide what kind of visa they need to enter the United Kingdom. Before scheduling an appointment and starting to gather the required documents, check out the list of UK visa types, and try to figure out which visa fits you. A US applicant can enter the United.The steps you must take to apply for a Green Card will vary depending on your individual situation. However, here is the general application process that most applicants will go through: Someone usually must file an immigrant petition for you (often referred to as sponsoring or petitioning for you). In some cases, you may be eligible to file for yourself. After USCIS approves the immigrant.
A green card, known officially as a Permanent Resident Card, is a document issued to immigrants to the United States under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) as evidence that the bearer has been granted the privilege of residing permanently. Individuals with green cards are known as Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) or green card holders. There are an estimated 13.2 million green card.Read More
The major difference between a green card holder and a naturalized citizen is that a green card holder can only vote in local and state elections that don’t require voters to be U.S. citizens. So that unfortunately means that green card holders are not allowed to vote in federal elections (such as the Presidential election). Additionally, the ability for green card holders to vote in state.Read More
The Danish Green Card scheme is a points based work permit scheme which allows you to live and work in Denmark if you can score enough points based upon criteria such as age, language skills, work experience, and education. If you score at least 100 points, you can obtain a residence permit valid for up to18 months. In addition, you will be able to bring your immediate family along.Read More
Guide to O1 Visa for Ph.D. Holders Posted by Frank Gogol. Do you have an extraordinary skill or talent that has won you national and even international awards? Have you been recognized by various bodies in your field as an expert by acquiring a Ph.D. qualification? If you consider moving to the U.S. to work here for a while you’ll need a visa. If you answered yes to the above, you may.Read More
The reason it's called a green card is that the original card was made of green paper. The card has been other colors and redesigned many times since it was first issued, but it never stopped being known as a green card. Today, it is still green but not made of paper. Also, it has graphics and fraud-resistant security features that are highly secure and more tamper-resistant than the ones that.Read More
Suspension of New Green Card Holders to Enter US for 60 Days. April 21st, 2020: Today, in the White House press briefing President Trump gave details regarding the tweet that was posted by him yesterday on “temporarily suspending US Immigration”. Below is the summary of the news briefing. You can check FAQs section for clarifications.Read More
Employment based immigration visas, or Green Cards, allow migrants to gain lawful permanent residence in the US in order to engage in skilled work. There are two ways to obtain a US Green Card: one way is through a family member, the other way is to obtain an employment based Green Card (you can also try for the annual Green Card diversity lottery). This section concentrates on the 5 types of.Read More
A reentry permit is specifically designed for US green card holders to protect their status. As we will discuss below, certain types of travel can put your status as a permanent resident at risk. For example, if you leave the United States for 6 months or longer, you risk abandoning your green card. A reentry permit creates a legal presumption that you do not intend to abandon your green card.Read More
Close relatives of U.S. citizens and current green card holders may apply for family-based green cards of their own. Eligible family members include spouses, children, parents, and siblings (as well as the spouses and children of those spouses, adult children, and siblings). Also included in this category are widows and widowers who were married to a U.S. citizen at the time the citizen died.Read More
Every year, a random selection of applicants is granted the opportunity to apply for a visa through the U.S. State Department's Diversity Immigrant Visa (DV) Program, or the Green Card Lottery. The program is open to applicants around the world, however, there are few conditions for entering. The lucky winners—50,000 of them—are given the chance to become permanent residents of the United.Read More