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How much must you invest to qualify for an investor visa?

On Behalf of Empire Immigration Law, PLLC | Jan 27, 2023 | Employment-Based Immigration Career success is one of the ways to legally enter the United States. Those in high-demand professions can potentially secure work visas that allow them to live in the United States and pursue their careers here. Physicians, researchers, engineers and executives

Will you lose your green card if you get divorced?

On Behalf of Empire Immigration Law, PLLC | Mar 5, 2023 | Firm News Love is grand – until it isn’t. Even though you pulled up stakes in your native land and made the leap to the United States to be with your spouse, perhaps it just isn’t working out. You’ve been here long enough

What are the test requirements to become a naturalized citizen?

On Behalf of Empire Immigration Law, PLLC | Apr 28, 2023 | Naturalization For many immigrants living in the United States, becoming a citizen is the true goal of the immigration process. There are many benefits to citizenship beyond the right to permanently stay in the country. People can vote in elections and help their

Can a criminal record prevent you from obtaining a green card?

On Behalf of Empire Immigration Law, PLLC | May 18, 2023 | Green Card You’ve been traveling and residing in the U.S. on a temporary basis for some time. The country offers you a safe place to stay, and you can also see numerous potential opportunities that you would like to unlock. To achieve your

What if you overstay your visa?

On Behalf of Empire Immigration Law, PLLC | Jun 25, 2023 | Visas One common misstep that people make when they come to the United States is that they overstay their visa. A visa gives them permission to enter the country legally, but it does have an expiration date. Staying past this date will cause