Book Review: Immigration Made Simple 0

An Easy-To-Read Guide to the U.S. Immigration Process

Immigration Made SimpleDo you need a temporary or permanent visa? How do you renew your Green Card? What type of documents will you need to obtain a marriage visa?

There are a number of reasons that people want to enter the U.S. Some seek a short stay for education or entertainment purposes while others hope to marry and live in the States permanently.

For these individuals, the upcoming months can easily become a nightmare as there are a number of requirements that must be met to qualify for a fiance or marriage visa. In addition, some marriage visas are issued on a conditional basis for a two-year period, meaning that the parties will have to reapply in just a couple of years and go through the process again.

Fortunately, Barbara Brooks Kimmel and Alan M. Lubiner have put together an easy-to-read guide to walk you through the ins and outs of immigration.

In Immigration Made Simple, you get an inside look at the entire immigration process, from choosing which type of visa you should have to preparing your documents and making it through the USCIS interview.

In this handy resource, you’ll learn:

  • How to apply for temporary and permanent visas
  • How to determine if you qualify for the Visa Waiver Program
  • What the Annual Visa Lottery is and how you can enter
  • How to apply for a visa under the North American Free Trade Agreement
  • How to handle adoptions of foreign born orphans

The book is a step-by-step guide that provides detailed information on the various types of visas and the requirements for each. You’ll learn how to distinguish what type of visa is most appropriate for you plus important definitions that make it easier to complete the immigration process.

Did you meet the love of your life overseas and want a marriage visa to bring them back to the States? Find out what items you’ll need to prove your marriage and how long you can expect to wait to receive the visa. Can your new spouse just skip the visa application and go straight for green card status? Learn everything you need to know about applying for permanent residence and/or citizenship here.

Complete with an FAQ of commonly asked immigration questions, Immigration Made Simple is a great resource for those looking to enter the U.S., Americans marrying a foreign citizen and U.S. parents adopting overseas.

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