IMMIGRATION SERVICES

Registration for Diversity Immigrant Visa Program and Winning Notification

A Permanent Resident Card or a Green Card is a permanent visa to United States of America. Green Card gives you the status of a permanent resident along with legal rights to work in USA. Once you have a green card, you may apply for USA Citizenship after a few years of stay in USA. […]

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Visa and Document Preparation for United States of America Embassy

According to our statistics every twentieth participant does actually obtain a Green Card, married couples have even double chances with each spouse filling an individual application. If you are not yet married, you have up to 12 months after receiving the winning notification to get married – and your spouse will be able to move […]

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Assitance in USCIS Registration and Paying Immigrant Fee

Congratulations for receiving your Diversity Immigrant Visa!   USCIS – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States. Next, we must take care of receiving your Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) after arriving in USA, for this to happen you must pay 165$ USCIS fee. […]

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Medical Insurance in United States of America

Visitor medical insurance is short-term health insurance that provides medical coverage for illness and injury during travel or stay abroad. Lack of coverage in a foreign land would leave an immigrant and traveler in a vulnerable position in the event of a medical emergency. The results of such could be physically, financially, and emotionally agonizing. […]

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Phone Number: free calls and low rates to other countries

When you arrive in United State of America you will need a mobile phone number to be in touch with everyone locally and contacting your relatives in your home country with lower fees or even free. Immigration Services will send you a Sim Card in your home country which provides Free and Unlimited calls while in United […]

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Employment Services in United States of America

United States is one of the biggest Job Markets in the World, even so, one of the first things that most immigrants have to do when they get to the US is to find a job. This is something a lot of them find to be a challenge. Getting a job is not easy even […]

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Housing Services in United States of America

Moving is no picnic. Moving to a new country can be even more difficult. Finding the right accommodation is perhaps one of the more complex tasks for a person who has recently moved to the U.S., especially because all landlords require you to sign at least a 1 year lease agreement and are asking for […]

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Adaptation Services and 24/7 On Line or Telephone Costumer Assistance

Our field operation team from United States of America helped more than 500 individuals and families to move easily and without stress in the country of unlimited possibilities. You can be the new member of our community now.   What is Adaptation Service and why do you need it? Our experience confirms that immigration results […]

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Assistance in Applying for the Social Security Number / SSN

In the United States, the nine digits that make up your Social Security number (SSN) may be the most important numbers in your life. You are required to apply for your Social Security Number Card before you start your first job, and it stays with you from then on! You will use your Social Security Number daily, […]

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Assistance in Opening a Checking and Credit Bank Account

Adapting to a new life and culture can be challenging, and financial matters can be confusing for those who are new to the country and the American banking system. We know how you feel when you arrive in a new country. The Financial Assistance for Newcomers is created to offer you all the help you […]

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Assistance in obtaining a US Driver License

After you arrive in the U.S. on your Permanent immigrant visa, you must apply for the driver’s license. It is illegal to drive without a valid driver license. Every state in U.S. has different rules and regulations for motor vehicles. Even though the basic rules are the same, you must verify with the regulations of […]

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Permanent Mailing Address: receiving all official documents and drop center

All non-U.S. citizens (aliens) are required to keep the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) informed of their current permanent address. This is particularly important when you have filed an application or petition for a benefit under the Immigration and Nationality Act and expect notification of a decision on that application. In addition, the USCIS […]

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Immigrant Guide Book: community membership and acess to all resources and news

Immigrant Diaries Book is about more than just pursuing the American Dream and amassing wealth. It follows the true story of a young couple of immigrants with compelling stories and tales of struggle that are readily accessible to any reader from any background. This book will make you think that everything is possible and will […]

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Financial Advice: all social benefits, and how to claim the first year tax refund

For immigrants freshly arrived in America, everything they face is new: the customs, the currency, and for many, the language and even the climate. Yet one of the most significant (and confusing) learning curves they must climb is the U.S. tax system. In the U.S., if you earn over a certain amount of money, you […]

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