Do Canadian Workers Need a U.S. Work Visa?

There are some advantages for U.S employers to consider Canadian workers. Canada is in very close proximity to the U.S. and English is a shared language. Canada also shares the same time zones as some parts of the U.S. and produces plenty of highly skilled workers....

Notice to Appear

If a person is suspected by immigration officials of violating United States immigration laws, they may be issued a Notice to Appear. This entry attempts to explain what a Notice to Appear (NTA) is and what is signifies. What is a Notice to Appear? Being issued a...

New Green Card – Replacing a Green Card

Requesting a new Green Card may become necessary in certain situations. A permanent resident is required to carry their green card with them at all times to serve as proof that they are authorized to live and work in the United States. Having a green card stolen,...

Master Calendar Hearing in Immigration Court

Master Calendar Hearing in Immigration Court – If a person is suspected of having violated United States immigration laws, they may receive a Notice to Appear (NTA), which is a formal charging document that requires them to appear in immigration court at a...

Biometrics Appointment – What to Expect

Biometrics Appointment – What to Expect – So, you have completed your application, petition, or request, and now you have received a letter from USCIS stating that you are scheduled for a biometrics service appointment. The purpose of this entry to help you...

Foreign State of Chargeability

What is the Foreign State of Chargeability? In U.S. immigration law, a foreign state of chargeability is assigned to every individual. In short, it is a person’s country of birth. Knowing the foreign state of chargeability for every individual aids in determining the...