U.S. Immigration ♡ All In The Family
Family-based immigration has an easier time of it rather than immigration to the United States by securing a job. There has been some talk about changing the shift from family based immigration to employment based immigration. Immigration of close family relations that cite family members already in the United States are Spouses of a U.S. Citizen (IR1), unmarried children (IR-2), adopted children (IR3 & IR4) and parents (IR5). If you are applying for a visa for siblings or parents you must be at least 21 years old. The wait time for siblings of U.S. citizens is at least 10 years. Proper filing is crucial for best results.
Unlike most other industrialized nations, the U.S. awards a much larger proportion of green cards to family members of U.S. citizens and permanent residents than to foreigners with job prospects here. About two-thirds of permanent legal immigration to the U.S. is family-based, compared with about 15 percent that is employment-based, according to the Migration Policy Institute. The remainder is largely humanitarian. read more from the Huffington Post
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