In Spain the Municipal department has to keep record of every citizen living in the country. This is also known as Padron, but it is the same as of UK electoral roll. Anyone who owns a property in Spain has to get registered at Padron. The spanish Government gets funding for the every registry which… Continue reading Importance of Registration of Empadronamiento
Interested in getting a copy of your immigration file? You’re not alone. U.S. Immigration and Citizenship Services (USCIS) responds to several thousand requests for immigration files each year. In fact, the agency receives nearly 600 requests for records every day. A law called the Freedom of Information Act (commonly referred to as FOIA), allows Americans… Continue reading How to Get Your Immigration File Through A FOIA Request
When your E2 Visa Business Changes: Requirement 1. – As a treaty investor, you must be coming to the United States to invest in a new or existing enterprise. U.S.C.I.S (US Citizenship and immigration Services) defines an E-2 investment as the placing of certain capital, (including funds and other assets), at risk in the commercial… Continue reading What Is Required When Your E-2 Visa Business Changes?
Since 1994, the Conrad 30 (“J-1 Waiver”) program allows each state (plus Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands) to sponsor up to 30 physicians for J-1 waivers each year. The J-1 waiver lets J-1 physicians work immediately after training, rather than return to their home countries for two years as required… Continue reading Conrad 30 J-1 Waiver Program Set to End – What Does It Mean and Can Proposed New Law Save the Day?
Amnesty International and other human rights groups report that over half the countries in the world have now abolished the death penalty in law or practice. Specifically, Amnesty International reports that 63 countries and territories have abolished the death penalty for all crimes, while 91 other countries, a number of which are in the English… Continue reading Ms. Ramjattan Beats the Gallows in Trinidad
Immigration lawyers generally help their clients in issues relating to visas, citizenship and other immigration benefits. Not all instances require the services of an immigration lawyer; however, immigration law in many countries is quite complicated and hiring an attorney will save you money, time and the hustle of moving around immigration offices. Why should you… Continue reading Importance of Immigration Lawyers
One of the most common questions I receive is how to obtain a second passport if you have limited resources. Plenty of people would like to have one, but the costs can appear daunting. There are several routes to a second citizenship – and thus a passport. Each involves specific variables, over which you may… Continue reading How to Get a Second Passport on a Budget
You need to collect necessary documents, prepare for an interview, and finally track the visa status on the certain resources. Here is a sample list: 1. Foreign passport 2. 2 color photographs sized 3.5 x 4.5 cm (80% of the face) 3. A copy of the internal passport 4. A copy of the marriage certificate… Continue reading Visa Status
While applying for immigration benefits, there are some common mistakes people make, but can be avoided. These mistakes can sometimes cause serious trouble at the end of the road, like not being able to reunite with their family, loss of both the application filing fee and the immigration fee, being deported and inability to re-enter… Continue reading 7 Common Immigration Mistakes To Be Avoided