End To End US Migration Support
For individuals considering relocating to another nation, the United States offers unrivalled prospects and a higher standard of living. Because of its robust economy, outstanding educational system, and liberal way of life, it is a popular migration destination.
Y-Axis Australia has the right expertise to help you navigate the US immigration system. Our teams have the expertise and experience to assist you in realizing your dream to migrate to USA.
Reasons to migrate to USA
The world’s most powerful economy
Cities that are cosmopolitan and have a high quality of life.
There is a huge demand for professionals with a variety of talents.
The country is a cultural melting pot.
There is a lot of room for professional advancement.
High-paying jobs with huge savings.
US immigration process
The United States has a well-defined immigration system that gets hundreds of thousands of applications each year. We have the knowledge and track record to help you build an application package that has the best chance of success. Your Y-Axis counsellor will assess your situation and help you choose the optimal immigration plan. There are a variety of options for migrating to the United States, which include:
- Migrating to the US as an employee.
- Migrating to the US through the investor route.
- Migrating with your family to the US.
Types of US visas
The US Visas have around 185 categories. The 2 main categories are:
It is for temporary visits such as studying, visiting family, working, doing business, or going on vacation.
It is for people who want to immigrate to the United States. At the port of entry, this US Visa holder is processed for the I-551 or Permanent Resident Card, also known as the Green Card. When endorsed, it replaces the provisional I-551 as proof of Permanent Residence for a period of one year through a CBP admission stamp.
You do not need to renew or extend your immigrant visa after you have received it. It is valid indefinitely unless you participate in illegal behavior in the United States, in which case your immigrant visa will be cancelled. The immigrant visa does not obligate you to remain in the United States; nevertheless, as long as you have a valid Re-entry permit, you can travel in and out of the country whenever you wish without risking your visa being revoked or cancelled.
There are various sorts of immigrant visas in the United States, just as there are several types of nonimmigrant visas. Depending on how you obtain a permanent visa, they can fall into a variety of categories. Immigrant visas are divided into two categories:
- Immediate Relative and Family Sponsored-this is for those with a family member who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
- Employer Sponsored-this requires a job offer from a U.S. employer
A valid passport is required. It must be valid for at least six months beyond your anticipated stay in the US. To apply for a visa, you must have at least one blank page in your passport.
One photo that satisfies the visa photo requirement in the United States.
Receipt confirming payment of the visa fees.
Details about social media. A list of the social networking sites you use, along with the name of your account on each, as well as your phone number.
In most circumstances, you will need to have someone “sponsor” you or file an immigrant petition on your behalf.
You apply for an immigrant visa once your petition is approved and a visa in your category is available. This is done through a U.S. consulate in another country. In this directory of US consulates, you can find one in your nation.
Get your medical examination done.
Attend the visa interview.
After this, you will get a decision on your application.
What is the meaning of a green card?
A “Green card,” granted by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), is proof of lawful permanent resident status, allowing the holder to live and work anywhere in the country. The majority of green cards must be renewed every ten years, although those issued on the basis of marriage or investment must be replaced after the first two years.
What is conditional permanent residence, and how does it work?
The designation “CR1” on the physical card stands for “conditional resident,” and a conditional green card is only valid for two years. To “remove the conditions” and receive a permanent green card, a conditional green card holder must file Form I-751. A conditional green card is usually granted to a spouse who has been married for less than two years at the time of application.
Is it possible for me to work in the United States while I wait for my Green card?
Anyone with a valid work visa (such as an H-1B or L-1 visa) can normally continue working in the United States while applying for a green card in the United States. Green card candidates cannot begin working in the United States until they have obtained a work permit by filing Form I-765.
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