US Visa and Immigration Services

The U.S. Visa and Immigration Services (USCIS) is responsible for the administration of immigration and naturalization processes in the United States. While I don’t have access to real-time data, as of my last knowledge update in September 2021, the following categories represent popular content and services provided by USCIS:

  1. Green Card (Permanent Resident Card): Information about eligibility, application processes, and requirements for obtaining lawful permanent residency in the United States.
  2. Work Visas: Details on various non-immigrant work visas, such as the H-1B visa for specialized workers, L-1 visa for intra-company transferees, O visa for individuals with extraordinary ability, and more.
  3. Family-Based Immigration: Information about sponsoring family members for immigration to the United States, including immediate relatives (spouses, parents, and unmarried children under 21 years old) and other family preference categories.
  4. Citizenship and Naturalization: Resources on becoming a U.S. citizen, including the naturalization process, eligibility requirements, application forms, and study materials for the naturalization test.
  5. DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals): Information about the program that provides temporary protection from deportation and work authorization for undocumented individuals who arrived in the U.S. as children.
  6. Refugee and Asylum Services: Guidance for individuals seeking refugee or asylum status in the United States due to fear of persecution in their home countries.
  7. Forms and Fees: Access to various immigration forms required for different applications, as well as information on filing fees and payment methods.
  8. Case Status and Processing Times: Online tools to check the status of pending applications and estimated processing times for different USCIS services.
  9. E-Verify: Information on the electronic employment verification system that allows employers to confirm the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.

It’s important to note that USCIS policies and services may evolve over time, so I recommend visiting the official USCIS website ( for the most up-to-date information and resources.

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