Migrate To the USA! The land of Dreams!
The most powerful country in the world, USA is also the largest source of income! The United States offers unparalleled opportunities and an unparalleled quality of life for families and individuals. Its strong economy, excellent education system and liberal way of life make it a base of prosperity and growth. At Sandpiper Visas, we have extensive experience in the US immigration process. Our team has the knowledge and experience to help you start your American Dream.
Why migrate to the USA?
- First world economy
- Cosmopolitan city has a lot of life
- Great demand for workers of all skills
- Great opportunity for professional growth
- High salary with high savings
- The best cities to live in the United States are Austin, Denver, Seattle and Minnesota.
Usa Immigration Policies
The United States has a well-defined immigration system that attracts thousands of applications each year. At Sandpiper Visas, we have the experience and track record to help you create an application package with the best chance of success. Your Sandpiper Visas consultant will analyze your profile and help you identify the right path for immigration. There are many ways to immigrate to the United States, including:
Go to USA as an employee
A temporary work visa allows applicants to enter the United States for the purpose of working for a sponsoring employer. The visa is valid for a specified period of time when the applicant will return to his country. Work authorization visa applicants can be issued if their employer submits a USCIS petition on their behalf.
The EB 5 investment visa for immigration to the United States allows wealthy individuals to obtain a green card that grants permanent residency status immediately upon entering the country, without waiting a long time. To qualify for this visa, you must be willing to invest a large amount, ranging from 500,000 USD to 1 million USD. The investment will be invested in a US company and the researcher will be willing to participate in its management.
Immigrating to the United States with your family
US Permanent residency is also available to the family members of US citizens or green card holders. There are two types of family immigration, depending on the degree of relationship. The following groups have the option of living in the United States permanently: (future) spouses, unmarried children under the age of 21, and parents of US citizens or holders green leaf. They will receive a permanent residence permit immediately. Siblings and children of US citizens or green card holders over the age of 21 belong to the second group. They only have a small number of green cards. In addition, there are often long waiting times.
In most cases, you will need approval or apply on your own behalf.
- Wait for your application to be accepted and the visa in your domain to be available.
- Next, submit an immigration visa application. Do it through the US consulate in another country. In the directory of US embassies, you can find one in your country.
- Get a medical checkup.
- Attend a job interview. Wait for a response to your application.
It is important to have a valid passport. It must be valid for at least six months after the intended stay in the United States. You must have at least one blank page in your passport to apply for a visa. A photo that meets US visa photo standards.
The receipt shows that the visa fee has been paid
Your social media account information including a list of the social networking sites you use, and your phone number and account name on each.
How can Sandpiper Visas help you?
- Provide advice on the documents that will be necessary for the visa
- Advise on how to raise the funds required for the visa
- Review your important visa application documents
- Help you prepare for a visa interview if one is required
Sandpiper Visas has been the immigration agent of choice for migrants for more than a decade! Our professional process and extensive research ensure that your application is in safe hands. Contact us to find out how we can help you achieve your goal of immigrating to the United States.