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The Immigration Handbook by Henry G. Liebman
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The Immigration Handbook

by Henry G. Liebman

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The Immigration Handbook is a handy, affordable guide to to the U.S. immigration legal system. While similar books tend to regurgitate complex regulations, this handbook simplifies the subject in easy-to-read, accessible language, while providing a practical approach to immigration. It takes readers from entry to the U.S. as a businessperson, tourist or student through the immigration processing maze all the way to citizenship:

Five ways to obtain a green card
Details for applying for all visa categories
Appropriate strategies for the visa process
Practical hints/How to choose the proper visa category
An "insiders" look at how U.S. laws may change.
Easy-to-understand explanations of INS and Consular visa processing, immigrant and non immigrant visa processing, changes of status, extensions, citizenship and tax obligations.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:40 -0400)

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