US Employment at Highest Level in 17 Years!

The United States economy has seen a tremendous rebound after the two hurricanes in September of 2017. There were 261,000 new jobs added, making it a first-rate achievement of the Trump Administration. Coming in at 4.1%, it is the lowest unemployment rate since December 2000. With the lengthiest increase on record, the U.S. has added positions for 85 months in a row. The first estimations by the government were showing a loss of 33,000 jobs in September due to the hurricanes, but in fact, there was actually an increase of 18,000 jobs. Contact USAFIS if you are looking for better employment. They will help you enter the Green Card Lottery and be able to relocate to the United States.

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Family-Sponsored Immigration Options in the United States

Family-sponsored immigration accounts for around 700,000 people immigrating to the United States every year. Lawful permanent residents (LPR) and U.S. citizens can bring members of their family from other countries to permanently live in the United States of America.

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My spouse and I both meet the DV-Lottery criteria, so which one of us should participate?

This is good news for you and your family if both you and your spouse were born in an eligible country AND you and your spouse both meet the education OR work experience requirements, because this means that you can double your chances of being randomly selected as a winner by each submitting a separate application to the DV-Lottery.

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The Best Small Cities for Seeking US Employment

. Most foreign natives who move to the U.S. move to large cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York

Being successful in the United States was usually connected with living in a large metropolitan city where lots of jobs and opportunities are available. Most foreign natives who move to the U.S. move to large cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York. Evidence from new Census data, however, shows that more native-born … Read more

Police Records Needed for U.S. Immigration

When applying for your U.S. visa, you must submit a police certificate at your visa interview if you or any other family member who is applying for a visa is over the age of sixteen years. Former and present residents of the U.S. do not need to take this step.

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