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No. Although the Salvation Army administers some government-funded projects, it is a privately run organization, similar to 'Food pantries and homeless shelters' in your list of examples, and would not be considered a public benefit. The examples of public benefits you highlighted in your list are referring to specific government programs: Temporary ...


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A foreign passport is generally accepted as photo ID for most purposes in the US, including drinking alcohol and boarding flights. Does your wife not currently have a valid passport? As for getting a Rhode Island driver's license, I believe she should be able to get a non-REAL-ID driver's license with her passport, I-94, and DS-2019. Although the official ...


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Your residency permit includes a work permit. You can take on any type of work you want, in this regard you are no different from a German citizen. That includes working for foreign companies, which is a lot easier for you because you also are allowed to work in the US due to your citizenship. If you happen to find a US company that has a branch located in ...


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Does the USA allow students with non-US degrees to work under any visa? Yes. Employer-sponsored work visas do not depend on the source of the sponsored worker's education. H-1B is the most common such visa, but there are others that apply, for example, to intra-company transfers. Also, my partner is currently in the US on an H1-B. Does this have any ...


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