U.S. Immigration Services - Online Immigration Resource
U.S. Immigration Services provides information about U.S. visas, green cards and U.S. citizenship. Immigration to the United States has become more complicated as United States immigration laws have changed over the past years. It is our mission to keep you updated on new rules and requirements necessary to apply for a U.S. visa, green card or U.S. citizenship. U.S. Immigration Services is proud to announce that we have helped thousands of immigrants find a legal path to the United States. Understanding the immigration process is very important. You have to know what immigration forms, documents and procedures are required for your application to be approved. U.S. Immigration Services will help you prepare your U.S. visa, green card or U.S. citizenship application and guide you through the entire immigration process.
U.S. Visa Application
A U.S. visa is an official document which will allow a foreign born national to enter the United States. A U.S. visa can be issued at a U.S. embassy or consulate abroad. A U.S. visa will be placed inside the applicant's passport and must be presented to the Customs and Border Protection officer at the port of entry into the United States. There are two categories of U.S. visas: immigrant visas and nonimmigrant visas. Nonimmigrant visas are issued to applicants who wish to come to the United States temporarily. Applicants who plan to move to the United States permanently have to apply for an immigrant visa.

Apply for a Green Card
A green card is a legal document issued by the U.S. government which is used as evidence of U.S. permanent resident status. A green card is officially called a U.S. lawful permanent resident card. Foreign born nationals who possess a U.S. green card have certain rights in the United States. They can permanently live and work in the United States, travel outside the United States and are eligible for U.S. government benefits.

Application for U.S. Citizenship
A person can become a United States citizen by birth, through parents or through naturalization. Naturalized U.S. citizens have the same rights and responsibilities as U.S. citizens who were born in the United States. A foreign born national can apply for U.S. Citizenship through naturalization if he or she is at least 18 years old and meets all the necessary eligibility requirements for U.S. Citizenship.