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Immigrants in The US,
Who are They and How Well Are They Doing?

The United States of America is now home of immigrants from the most diverse backgrounds. They come to the country for plenty of reasons, some looking for safer living conditions, financial opportunities, business stability or to escape violence from their home countries.

According to statistics published by the Department of Homeland Security, the US welcomed 990,553 legal permanent residents in 2013. Of which, 135,028 came from Mexico, followed by 71,798 from China and 68,458 from India. Other countries in the top 10 sending list are Phillippines, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Vietnam, South Korea, Colombia and Haiti.

The US immigrant population accounts for 20 percent of migrants around the world. And as MPI states, immigrants in the US are 13 percent of the entire population. Immigrants have the chance to naturalize and become new US citizens. That is, if they have a legal permanent resident status and can comply with all requirements.

If you have immigration-related questions, contact an expert in immigration law.

Guidance through the process
of getting a green card or citizenship
Represent clients who
could face deportation, those seeking asylum and those charged with crimes
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advice at a surprisingly reasonable price
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Alice Antonovsky
for:

• Family-Based Immigration
• Deferred Action for Childhood arrivals (DACA)
• Naturalization
• Temporary Protected Status
• Asylum
• Employment-Based Immigration
• National Interest Waiver Visa
• Family Reunification

Key Facts About Immigrants in The US
  • US permanent residents are allowed to live and work in the country indefinitely. This status gives you access to numerous financial and social benefits
  • Hiring an immigration lawyer to help you file an immigration petition is not mandatory. You can complete an immigration application without any assistance. However, it is always better to avoid making irrevocable mistakes.Immigration lawyers help their clients identify the most suitable visa for them.
  • There are available mechanisms for undocumented immigrants to change their status. Before going forward with any application, we strongly recommend that you visit an immigration attorney who can explain the benefits and consequences as well as every step of the process.
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3 Things
You Need to Know about
IMMIGRANTS IN THE US
01
LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENTS CAN APPLY FOR NATURALIZATION after residing in the US for 5 years, 3 if they are married to a US citizen.

02
MOST OF PEOPLE ENTERING THE US as permanent residents were petitioned by an American relative or employer.

03
THE TOP 5 COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN OF NEW US PERMANENT RESIDENTS are Mexico, China, India, the Philippines and the Dominican Republic.

LATEST NEWS
September 22, 2017
EB-5 Program Extended to December 8th, 2017
As you may already know, we were expecting some changes to the EB-5 Visa program this September 30th, 2017. However, the U.S. Congress has recently released news that the EB-5 program will instead be extended until December 8th, 2017. This extension does not come as a surprise since other developments like hurricane-relief and missile defense have been a priority for the U.S. Congress. That bei... READ MORE >
February 14, 2017
Immigration Raids Targeting Undocumented Immigrants
The new executive orders issued by President Trump may be confusing and very upsetting to some of you. This is a time of uncertainty and panic for undocumented immigrants living in the United States. Now it is more important than ever to speak to an immigration attorney if you are living here with no lawful status. READ MORE >
November 18, 2016
Foreign Workers: Here’s What You Need to Know About US Work Visas
If you're a foreign national who’d like to work in the U.S. legally, you need to apply for US work visa. Whether you are a technology specialist, artist, athlete or businessperson, you need a work visa that fits your profile, purpose, and length of stay in the United States. If you’re reading this, great! It means... READ MORE >
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