Immigration to USA

USA Immigration

The USA is the fourth largest country in the world, in terms of area, and the third largest country, in terms of population. There are 50 states covering an area of 4 million square miles with a population of more than 281 million. The density of population greatly varies, depending on where you are in the country.

The US is the world’s foremost economic and military power. It is also a major source of entertainment: American TV, Hollywood films, jazz, blues, rock and rap music are primary ingredients in global popular culture.

The US originated in a revolution, which separated it from the British Crown. The constitution, drafted in 1787, established a federal system with a division of powers even at the central level, which, uniquely among modern nation-states, has remained unchanged in form since its inception.

American foreign policy has often mixed the idealism of its “mission” with elements of self-interest. The latter is exemplified in its international record on the environment, which has attracted criticism, and the need to maintain energy supplies, in which the US is not self-sufficient.

English is spoken in different ways depending on the area of the country. Accents can vary from the sharp fast-paced speech of New York to the slow-paced drawl of Mississippi. Americans are eager to help you learn the language, so you need not hesitate in asking them to correct your speech and answer your questions. Apart from this, cassettes are available to understand and learn the language. Watching television will also help a lot in learning the US English.

Lifestyles vary greatly. It is very formal in the west when compared to the east, while in the north it is more casual than in the south. In the south the lifestyle is more religious and traditional, mainly focusing on the family. In the east and west coast it is new, varying and trendy.

Food styles and menu offerings vary greatly from place to place, largely depending on the culture of the original settlers in that area. For example, while food in Texas has a strong Mexican flavor, food in Louisiana has a Cajun or French Flavor. The recipes of the Scandinavian settlers are still maintained in far northern States, while in Northern California the cuisine has an Asian flavor.

Weather observations are taken with respect to time. By Convention, weather scientists use the twenty-four hour clock, and use one time zone, Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). This time is also known as Universal Time (UTC). To convert to local time, you must know the time difference between GMT and local time for both standard time and summertime (daylight savings time). Not all states use daylight savings time in the summer.

Daylight Saving Time, for the US and its territories, is not observed in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Eastern Time Zone portion of the State of Indiana, and the state of Arizona. Navajo Nation participates in the Daylight Saving Time policy, due to its large size and location in three states.

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The Two Types of Visa Classification:

Classification: Nonimmigrant Visas

Temporary in their nature, nonimmigrant visas apply to those who want to enter the USA for a specific yet temporary purpose such as a visit, study or work.

Classification: Immigrant Visas
Those who successfully apply and are granted an immigrant visa are provided with permanent residency status and are issued a “Green Card”

Which Classification is Right For Me?
When considering traveling to the USA, you should first pick the visa classification that best fits the purpose of your travel. For example; if you will be visiting the USA, then a temporary visitors visa would be your choice. Since temporary is regarded as nonimmigrant, you would select the nonimmigrant visa classification. If you are the spouse of a US Citizen, and you are moving to the USA to unite with your US Citizen husband or wife, then your intentions will be to stay indefinitely in the USA. The Immigrant Visa classification would be the more suited one for this purpose since the nature of your intentions are permanent and not temporary.

Each of the above classifications contains rigid visa categories. For each category there are specific eligibility requirements. The system will work best for you if you can figure out whether you qualify for the any of the eligibility requirements listed under a specific visa category.

Your first step is to identify the visa classification you will be pursuing, i.e.; Immigrant or Nonimmigrant. Once you identified the classification of the visa, you need to identify the category which will be most suited to your needs.

Proceed to >> Nonimmigrant Visas (Temporary Visas) or,

Proceed to >> Immigrant Visas (Permanent/Green Card).

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