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Find answers to the most common questions about immigration processes and services.

What documents do I need for a visa application?

You will typically need a valid passport, completed application forms, photographs, and supporting documents such as proof of financial stability and purpose of visit.

How long does the immigration process take?

The duration varies depending on the type of visa and individual circumstances. It can range from a few months to over a year.

Can I work while my visa application is being processed?

In most cases, you cannot work until your visa is approved. However, some visa categories may have exceptions.

What should I do if my visa application is denied?

If your application is denied, you can appeal the decision or reapply with additional supporting documents. Consulting with an immigration lawyer can be beneficial.

How can I check the status of my application?

You can check the status of your application online through the immigration department’s website or by contacting their customer service.

What is the difference between a visa and a green card?

A visa allows you to enter and stay in a country for a specific period, while a green card grants you permanent residency in the United States.

Do I need a lawyer to apply for a visa?

While it is not mandatory to have a lawyer, having legal assistance can help ensure that your application is complete and accurate, increasing your chances of approval.

What are the fees associated with visa applications?

Fees vary depending on the type of visa and country of application. It is important to check the specific fees on the official immigration website.

Can I bring my family with me on my visa?

Many visa categories allow you to bring immediate family members, such as a spouse and children, but you will need to apply for their visas separately.

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