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If either the permanent resident or the citizen is changing his/her name as a result of the marriage, that partner will need to obtain a new social security card, as well as all the other steps in changing one's name. If either or both partners are employed, the employee may wish to file a new form W-4 with their employer so taxes withheld will be more ...


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The only document you need to submit to indicate that you're filing a joint tax return is the tax return itself. If you were married in 2019, the first tax return for which you'll do this is your 2019 tax return, due in April 2020. If you were married earlier this month then you'll have to wait a year; your filing status for your 2019 returns will remain ...


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If you have outstanding skills and hold a very strong job profile, you would be able to apply for a job and get a work visa in European countries and after few years receive a PR status. If you also considering Canada, gain a Master degree and an upper band IELTS test result then go for Express Entry. Either way, you need to be a good asset for the ...


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Ultimately yes, for permanent residence (a green card) you will need to be sponsored by an employer (unless you happen to meet your future husband/wife). However, asking an employer to sponsor you for a green card is a very big request, particularly for a junior developer. Remember, although there is a need for developers, there are also a lot of ...


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Since the Passport number is not contained on the Karta Pobytu, that would not be a reason to have the card replaced. It would, however, be wise to inform the responsible authority of the new passport. I am not sure if the should be done at the District Office (Urząd Gminy, Urząd Dzielnicy), to update your registration (Zameldowanie), or the Voivodeship (...


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What you've found is pretty much it, but "a company to sponsor you" could be a company that has offices both in the EU and the US. You might look for companies that you could begin working for in Europe and then try to convince them to transfer you to the US. And keep entering the lottery. You can spend up to 90 days at a time in the US on the visa waiver ...


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It is possible to get a residence visa directly. If you have enough points for your Expression of Interest, then you will be offered an invitation to apply. You do not need to have a job offer before applying, but you are expected to be looking for a job. If I remember correctly, there is some initial period of time after you are granted a residence visa ...


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Usually telephone interview is not recorded but face to face interview at the Immigration NZ branch are recorded. Telephone interview are usually recorded by the officer as notes made at the time and gets entered into Immigration New Zealand AMS notes systems. It is quite unfair that when you make official information request with OIA, they will tell you it ...


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