Visa Cases Are Tricky
Getting an immigrant visa is a long, difficult process. Read below to find out everything from how to start applying for an immigrant visa, to communicating with the National Visa Center, to passing your visa interview.
It’s a long process, but we’ll help you to get your immigrant visa, so you can finally get that green card.
L1 Visa: Visas For Employees of Foreign Companies
An L-1 visa is a type of nonimmigrant visa that allows foreign workers to enter the United States to work in a managerial or executive capacity, or to work in a position that requires specialized knowledge, for a company that...
E2 Visa: Investor Visa in U.S.
An E2 Visa, also known as an investor visa, is a temporary visa you can use to come to the U.S. Read this article to learn about the details of getting an E2 visa.
Alien Number: Find Your A-Number 
Immigration agencies assign many non-citizens an identification number. The agencies use this number for all filings and to keep track of non-citizens. For this reason, it's important for your to know if immigration has given you one. In this article,...
F1 Visa Work Options: A Complete Guide 
International students on F1 visas often ask if they can work legally. F-1 students can learn more here about whether they can work and where.
Public Charge Rule: Immigration’s New Rules
The Trump Administration has made it harder for immigrants to prove they financially qualify for a green card. Find out more about how to show you are not a public charge.
After An Immigrant Visa Interview: FAQ 
After you finish your immigrant visa interview at the U.S. consulate or embassy, there are still a few steps to getting your immigrant visa, and ultimately your green card.
Where are you in the process?
There are several steps to getting an immigrant visa. Tell us where you are in the process, and we’ll give you the information you need for moving it forward.
My case is at the National Visa Center (NVC)
If your case is at the NVC, you’re bound to have questions about how to apply for an immigrant visa, what information to send, and speeding things up. Learn more here.
I am waiting for an interview
After you send the NVC what it needs, you’ll need to begin preparing for your interview at the U.S. consulate abroad.
I had my visa interview
Even after you have had your interview, there are several things left to do. Learn more here.