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Nonimmigrant Visas
The categories of nonimmigrant visas read like alphabet soup and are notated by a letter-number combination as appearing on the I-94 Arrival-Departure Card.
Immigranat Visas (Permanent Residency/Greencard)
Obviously, not all foreign nationals qualify for Permanent Resident status. Therefore, the first analytical step of a case is to determine whether the applicant's situation/basic fact pattern falls within any of the situations enumerated in the law for the acquisition of Permanent Resident status.
Physician Immigration
The J-1 Exchange Visitor Program is largely a creation of the Cold War in which a special, temporary, nonimmigrant visa classification was established so as to enable emerging elites in foreign countries to enter the United States to engage in a wide variety of educational, professional, and cultural exchanges that would further the foreign policy objectives of the United States. In order to ensure the repatriation to their home countries, the Congress imposed upon many J-1 visitors a mandatory obligation to return to their home countries for two-years.
Citizenship/Naturalization
U.S. citizenship is either granted through birth (or relatives) or through the naturalization process. There are certain benefits to becoming a U.S. citizen, such as higher estate tax exemptions, federal job benefits, greater freedom of travel to other countries and most importantly, the right to vote. In addition there are certain federal grants and scholarships available only to U.S. citizens.

NOTE: Immigration law changes frequently. The resources and information provided on this web site are intended to help you understand basic issues involved in the immigration process, and are offered only for general informational and educational purposes. This information is not offered as, nor does it constitute legal advice or legal opinions. Although we strive to keep this information current, we neither promise nor guarantee that the information is the latest available, or that it applies to your specific situation. You should not act or rely upon the information in these pages without seeking the advice of an attorney.

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