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Call #
342.082 B
Edition
19th edition.
Descript.
680 pages : illustrations, forms ; 23 cm
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Note
Includes index.
Contents
Part 1. Getting started: U.S. immigration eligibility and procedures. Where to begin on your path toward immigration --Are you already a U.S. citizen? --Can you enter or stay in the U.S. at all? --Dealing with paperwork, government officials, delays, and denials --Special rules for Canadians and Mexicans --How and when to find a lawyer --Part 2. Introduction to permanent U.S. resident (Green cards). Getting a Green card through family members in the U.S. --Getting a visa to come marry your U.S. citizen fiancé (K-1) --Getting a Green card through employment --Getting a Green card through the diversity visa lottery --Getting a Green card as an investor --Getting a Green card as a special immigrant --Getting a Green card as an asylee or refugee --After your approval for a Green card --Part 3. Introduction to nonimmigrant (temporary) visas. Getting a business or tourist (B-1 or B-2) visa --Getting a temporary specialty worker (H-1B) visa --Getting a temporary nonagricultural worker (H-2B) visa --Getting a temporary trainee (H-3) visa --Getting an intracompany transferee (L-1) visa --Getting a treaty trader (E-1) visa --Getting a treaty investor (E-2) visa --Getting a student (F-1 or M-1) visa --Getting an exchange visitor (J-1) visa --Getting a visa as a temporary worker in a selected occupation --Part 4. Introduction to other forms of long-term legal status in the U.S. Humanitarian remedies allowing stays in the U.S. --Deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) --Getting a U visa as a crime victim assisting law enforcement.
Summary
Provides information on the immigration system and the naturalization process, and offers advice on obtaining visas and green cards.
Subject
Alt Author
Link, Richard J.
Nolo (Firm).
Title
United States immigration made easy
ISBN/ISSN
9781413325959 (pbk.)
1413325955 (pbk.)
Call #
342.082 W
Descript.
xix, 232 pages : illustrations, forms ; 28 cm
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volume nc rdacarrier
Note
Includes index.
Contents
Section 1: Getting your green card -- Section 2: Naturalization and US Citizenship -- Section 3: Nonimmigrant visas -- Section 4: Asylees and refugees -- Section 5: Special rules for special people -- Acknowledgements -- Previous editions -- Appendices -- Index -- Addendum -- Errata -- Notes.
Summary
For decades, nationally renowned Immigration Attorney Allan Wernick has been assisting individuals and families navigate the legal immigration maze to obtain legal residence and naturalized citizen status. Now, Wernick's expertise and vast knowledge is distilled into an easy-to-use, practical guide, which will help anyone to legally emigrate to the United States, and navigate the process as if they hired a top immigration attorney to stand along with them! --Publisher
Subject
Title
U.S. immigration and citizenship
US immigration & citizenship
United States immigration & citizenship
ISBN/ISSN
9781941286173 (paperback)
1941286178 (paperback)
Descript.
1 online resource (1 video file (0 min., 13 sec.)) : sound, color.
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Note
Originally released by WPA Film Library, 1996.
Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on August 10, 2007.
Contents
Cubans Line Up for Visas to the United States ca. 1996 (0:13)
Access
Access requires authentication through Films on Demand.
Summary
Since Fidel Castro came to power in 1959, Cuban immigrants to the United States have been given preferential treatment as political refugees. Between 1959 and 1980, more than 1 million Cuban immigrants entered the United States. During the 1980s and 1990s, however, American public opinion of Cuban immigration began to change, and in 1995, the U.S. government restricted the annual number of allowable Cuban immigrants to 20,000.
System Det
Streaming video file.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
Note
Closed-captioned.
Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, Nov. 2, 2015)
Genre
Alt Author
Films Media Group, film distributor.
WPA Film Library
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