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I'm not familiar with the requirements of the DS-260. However, usually the requirements for portraits are the same as passport pictures. So just take pictures as if you would be applying for a passport and submit to them.


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While you can have a friend or family member translate the documents (my understanding is that as long as they speak english they can translate), I would recommend a translation service like immitranslate or similar. The charges are not excessive and gives you peace of mind knowing that USCIS won't give you a hard time. To answer some of your other questions,...


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But what about all of the rest of the countries in the world? The priority date for those countries is the date shown for "all chargeability areas except those listed." You can also find a column named "All Chargeability Areas Except Those Listed". What's this? See above. It's the date that applies to every unlisted country (or other ...


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The diversity visa always opens at the beginning of October. As far as I am aware, this is because the US federal government's accounting year runs from October 1st through September 30th. I have found some unofficial sources saying that the 2022 program will go ahead as usual in October 2020, but I haven't found any official source. Given the current ...


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No. There is no practical difference for an employer between a permanent resident and a citizen. Employers do have to check employees' authorization to work, but they do not have to maintain on file a record of the current basis of each employee's authorization. They need to reverify authorization for employees whose authorization expires, but permanent ...


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