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January 11, 2011

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United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

Please check out the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website at www.uscis.gov.  The site provides extensive information on filing immigrant, nonimmigrant and fiance(e) visa petitions, naturalization, permanent residence and green cards, working in the United States, adoption, refugees and assylum and lots more!

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14 Comments
  1. Rebecca Cruickshank
    Jan 15 2011

    I am American and have been living in the UK for 10 years nearly with my husband who is British. We want to move to the US, to Arizona where I am from, and would like to know what the visa requirements are. He does not want to give up his British citizenship. My children were also born in the UK and have British passports. We own a small hotel which we intend to sell to move home as soon as possible. I did not give up my American citizenship to live here, I have a resident visa. I am so confused about the way to get my husband a visa so he can get a job when we get home.

    • Jan 20 2011

      Rebecca – If your husband wishes to immigrate to the United States, he will require an immigrant visa. If your children have a claim to U.S. citizenship, they will require U.S. passports. If your children do not have a claim to U.S. citizenship, they will require immigrant visas to immigrate to the United States. For more information about the immigrant visa application process, please visit our website.

  2. Nadeem Zahid
    Jan 19 2011

    I recive a mail from Monika Reinhart 24 Grosuenor Square London, W1A2LQ United Kingdom that i won the united states permanent resident card or Diversity Visa if it is correct Pl be informed me that i will pay the processing fee.

    • Jan 19 2011

      Nadeem – The email that you received is a scam. Please visit our website where we address this specific issue.

  3. safa akram
    Jan 30 2011

    I like from you sir , help to inquiry the attach E-mail is true or not send to me which asking me to pay money to US embassy in UK because Iam winner in immigration rotary.

    • Feb 2 2011

      Safa – The email you received is a scam. Please visit our website for more information.

  4. Assya Zoura
    Jan 31 2011

    I am American and have been living in the UK for 2 years with my husband who is studying here. We want to move to the US, to kansas where we live. My daugther were also born in the UK, I went to US embassey in london to apply for her pssport, they told us I have to apply for immigrant visa becaus I was not in us for the last five years, so Iwant to apply immigrant visa for her because I am gone to move to US soon with my family, my question shall I apply for her visa in person in the visa section or just fill the forms and send them to the visa section in the embassey, thanks

  5. Feb 1 2011

    Hello , I am a British citizen wanting to move to the United States to be with my fiance who is American. My fiance is currently in the UK with me for 6 months but we are hoping to both settle in the United States and I am very confused as to which visa I need to apply for. I will be finishing my degree in a few months and is also thinking about doing my masters in the USA. What do I need to do?

    Thank you

  6. masud rana
    Feb 4 2011

    Hi there,yesterday and today i got a mail that i m a usa green card lottery winner n i hav to pay for prossesing 816 doller before 18th Ferbuary,i just wanna know is it true?how can i trust it?n how can i be sure thats all truth?help m eplease,
    thanks

  7. judy simon
    Feb 5 2011

    i am a citizen in Philippines and have been living in UK for 1 yr acquiring a student visa. i would like to know how to apply tourist visa for US. thank you for your help in advance.

    • Feb 11 2011

      Judy– Please visit our website to determine which visa category is appropriate for your purpose of travel and for more information about the application process, including documents required.

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