Month: February 2011

Learn everything about Form DS 156E, E-1 and E-2 Visas

The United States has signed treaties and agreements with many countries. When the US signs a treaty with a country, the US is generally open to conducting business with that country. As a result, the US generally makes treaty visas available to residents of countries with which there are signed treaties and agreements. Nationals from …

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When to File USCIS Form AR-11SR to Report a Change of Address

USCIS Form AR-11SR (Change of Address Form – Special Registration) is a simple one-page immigration form which must be filed within 10 days of a change of address, under Section 265 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8U.S.C. 1305).Form AR11SR is used by immigrants and some residents with Special Registration requirements. For these applicants, each …

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Illegal Immigration in California

In California, illegal immigration is a serious issue. Since California has a large coastline and shares a border with Mexico, for illegals California presents an easy point of access into the United States. Although California’s borders and sea ports receive quite a lot of security support, the sheer size of the state’s borders make it …

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