If you are an immigrant to the United States -- or would like to be -- here is where you can get lots of useful information about your rights, the possibilities, and more. Whether you are interested in a short stay or permanent U.S. residence, or are fleeing persecution or civil disturbance, you will find detailed information on your eligibility and the relevant application procedures.
A last-resort, temporary remedy allowing U.S. entry to people in need who have no other means of qualifying for a visa.
Who Is Eligible to Apply for Humanitarian Parole for U.S. Entry
This last-ditch visa alternative isn't for everyone -- find out whether it might be right for you.
How Worried Should You Be If Your Immigration Case Is Seriously Delayed?
If you've waited weeks, months, or years for a decision on your application for a U.S. green card or visa, you're not alone.
Types of U.S. Nonimmigrant (Temporary) Visas: Who Qualifies?
Overview article listing temporary visas to the U.S., including labor-based visas.
Who Can Visit the U.S. Under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP)
Citizens of certain countries enjoy easy travel access to the U.S.—but limited rights once here.
Green Card Qualification: Who Is Eligible for U.S. Lawful Permanent Residence
See a list of the various categories of people who can make their home in the U.S., whether based on family, employment, the lottery, or some other category.
As Undocumented Person, How Can I Apply for a Ten-Year Green Card?
Some of the myths around the so-called ten-year green card and how, realistically, someone who's eligible can actually apply.
Who Qualifies for Deferred Action as an Immigrant Student or Graduate (DACA)
Who is eligible, and how to apply for this protection against deportation.
Which Undocumented Persons Can Be Helped By Prosecutorial Discretion
If you are in deportation proceedings and apply for PD, you might be able to obtain an agreement that you will not be deported and your immigration court case will be closed for the moment.