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How to Immigrate to the United States Of America Easily

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No one can deny that the United States of America is one of the most popular countries on the planet. This resulted in her attracting the attention of foreigners from all over the world for an extended period of time. Many people wish to relocate to the United States from their home countries in search of a better life. When it comes to immigration, there are a variety of reasons why foreign nationals choose the United States of America over other countries.

The five simplest but most common routes to legal entry into the United States of America, with the possibility of obtaining permanent residency and eventually citizenship, are outlined below;

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Through employment or a work permit

The United States is a country where people's abilities are recognized. You are unable to take advantage of various job openings advertised on the internet. If you are fortunate, your prospective employer will file a petition with the USCIS, which must be approved before you can apply for a work visa.

Depending on the situation, work visas can range from a short period of time to permanent resident status. Make certain that you are aware of your time limits and that you reapply, or you may face deportation. Deportation is still possible in some cases, so if you intend to remain in the country for an extended period of time, you may want to consider becoming a citizen in order to avoid deportation altogether.

Invitation extended by immediate family members

According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), if you have a relative or family member who is a US citizen, you can legally migrate to the nation through their personal invitation. Immigrants who are married to or have children with a U.S. citizen (who is at least 21 years old) or who are the parents of a U.S. citizen (who is at least 21 years old) will be eligible to apply for asylum in the United States under certain circumstances.

Through Green Card lottery

Any foreign national who is a citizen of a country that is underrepresented in the United States is eligible to participate in the Diversity Visa lottery program. Those who do not have work offers or family in the United States might benefit from this scheme, which allows them to be sponsored for US Green Cards and so immigrate to the United States. Every year, 50,000 Green Cards are awarded to persons who participate in and win the Green Card lottery program, which has a total of 50,000 participants. If you do not qualify for a Green Card based on family or employment, you may be able to participate in the Green Card lottery. It's important to remember, however, that your country of citizenship must be included in the list of countries eligible to participate in this program. In addition, you must meet certain other eligibility requirements in order to participate in this program.

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Through direct investment in the economy of the United States

Having enough money to invest in the United States economy will, without a question, make it easier for you to obtain a visa to enter the country. Your money will be managed by someone else if you make a $50,000 investment in an EB-5 government-approved regional center. However, you will have no control over how your money is invested and managed. A $1 million investment, on the other hand, will grant you complete control over your finances.

Through Asylum

If a person can demonstrate that they have been or are about to be persecuted in their home country because of their race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political beliefs, they can apply for asylum at one of the United States' ports of entry, which are located throughout the country. Anyone who seeks the same protections from outside the United States is classified as a refugee under international law. Anyone who is unlawfully present in the United States may also apply for asylum status in the country.

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