Laws & Regulations
Immigration Direct helps individuals handle their own everyday legal immigration matters and learn about applying for U.S. citizenship, regardless of whether they are applying themselves or working with a lawyer. Immigration Direct provides updated information about changes in immigration law in an easy-to-use, plain English online service.
U.S. Immigration Support is an independent organization (not affiliated with the US Government) that is dedicated to helping immigrants through the US immigration process by providing the most current immigration information available. They offer downloadable immigration guides, documents, forms, articles, newsletters, and information related to immigration to the United States on their website.
American Immigration Center Incorporated offers an extensive selection of self-help immigration and citizenship products through direct mail order from their web site. American Immigration Center Inc. has specializes in producing, publishing, distributing and stocking self-help and information products relating to US Immigration and US Citizenship, with the purpose of providing an informative, educational and self-help resource for basic US immigration needs.
Silvergate Evaluations Inc. is a nationally recognized leader in providing credential evaluations for immigration purposes. Silvergate evaluates academic and experiential credentials and specializes in the evaluation of foreign educational credentials. All evaluations are carefully worded to adhere to current regulations and are regularly accepted by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is a not-for-profit national association of over 10,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law and represent tens of thousands of U.S. families who have applied for permanent residence for their spouses, children, and other close relatives to lawfully enter and reside in the United States.
AILA members also represent U.S. businesses and industries that sponsor highly skilled foreign workers who wish to legally enter and work in the United States in a temporary or permanent basis. In addition, AILA members also represent foreign students, entertainers, athletes, and asylum seekers, often on a pro bono basis.
The U.S. Immigration and Assistance Center is in charge of the Green Card Lottery. The Lottery presents 50,000 fortunate applicants with immigrant visas annually. Also known as the Diversity Visa Lottery Program, Green Card Lottery enables anyone who is selected under the program to have a chance to apply for permanent residence.