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Immigration

The United States has long been considered a melting pot -- a nation of immigrants from different countries and cultures. People have been immigrating to the new land, which is now the United States, since the early Pilgrims in the 1600’s. Year after year, waves of immigrants have stepped ashore to the United States to start a new life. Many people have come for varying reasons, including economic opportunity, educational opportunities, religious freedom, and even freedom from persecution due to war. Immigration patterns have shifted over time as new attitudes and laws have emerged from being welcoming to very restrictive.

Immigration into the United States is one of the most complex, time consuming, and delicate processes an intending immigrant wanting to come for a new life will have to undergo. Due to the changes over time, immigration laws have become more involved and limiting, as the delicate balance between entering the country and applying legally is heavily scrutinized by the public. Gone are the days where a new immigrant can easily enter by simply signing their name. We have now entered an era where forms, procedures, laws, time, and U.S. Departments dictate how and when an intending immigrant can legally enter, if they are deemed admissible.

Navy Financial is here to help! We humbly offer our services with pride as we assist countless immigrants make their way into this new land and join the countless diverse backgrounds that make the U.S. a melting pot. We are only a call away and welcome any future participant in the hopes of helping them start their new dream here in the United States of America.


H-2A
The H-2A temporary agricultural program helps employers who anticipate a lack of available domestic workers bring foreign workers to the U.S. to perform temporary or seasonal agricultural work including, but not limited to, planting, cultivating, or harvesting.
 
H-2B
The H-2B program is available to non-agricultural employers. These visas are available only for work that is temporary in nature and meets specific criteria.
H-4
The H-4 visa is issued to the dependent family members of an H-2 visa holder (spouse and children under 21 years) who want to join the H-2 visa holder in the United States.
 
Green Cards
There are various methods to becoming a Lawful Permanent Resident and achieving a Green Card (officially known as a Permanent Resident Card). Each method will vary depending on your individual situation, and where you stand in the process of applying for a Green Card.
EB-3
EB-3 is a visa preference category for United States employment-based permanent residency. It is intended for "skilled workers", "professionals", and "other workers".
 
DACA
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a type of administrative relief from deportation, protects eligible immigrant youth who came to the U.S. as children from deportation.

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