There are many more topics concerning the entry and residence in the United States than just U.S. visa and ESTA. Here is everything you need to know.
In general the visa is your permit to work and stay in the United States. This is not the case for accompanying relatives. Relatives of someone who holds a certain type of visa can independently apply for an Employment Authorization Document (EAD), which allows them to legally work in the USA. We provide information about requirements and the application for an EAD, and assist you in obtaining a work permit for spouses and relatives.
If you ever traveled to the USA, you are probably familiar with long waiting lines and exhausting border controls before you can enter the country. Global Entry allows for a much faster and more convenient entry to the United States. Get to know all the advantages of the Global Entry program and do not hesitate to contact us should you need any help with the application.
A national ID card or passport is your primary proof of identification. But in the United States, the Social Security Card and the imprinted Social Security Number are frequently used to identify yourself. We gathered all important facts about the Social Security Card and the application process.
Applying for a U.S. visa is a complicated process. All applicants between the ages of 14 and 79 have to appear in person at the U.S. consulate for a visa appointment. The Visa Reissuance Program allows certain travelers to apply for a U.S. visa without a personal visa interview by simply submitting the application documents.
Depending on the visa category and its processing costs, the U.S. consulates charge a different amount of visa fees. We inform you how much a visa for the USA can cost and what you have to keep in mind when it comes to application fees.
Because there are numerous visa categories, applicants have to familiarize themselves with different forms and documents. We provide you with an overview and advice regarding the most important visa forms.