If you intend to apply for a green card (adjustment of status) in the United States, you will probably need a medical examination. Any doctor in the state cannot conduct this examination. Instead, USCIS authorizes certain doctors (civil surgeons) who can perform the medical exam required for Green Card applicants.
Throughout history, Detroit was the place where people from all around the world were drawn due to the automotive industry. It has continued to enrich its ethnic picture until today. Michigan’s diverse ethnic population influenced the media, creating more than 20 ethnic media in this area.
As lawyers for the Consulate of Mexico in Detroit (with jurisdiction in Michigan and Northern Ohio), Immigration Lawyers Richard Herman and Frank Krajenke are proud to be partnering with the Consulate for an online session on Facebook and Zoom to talk about current immigration law developments.
For Detroiters, community matters. Besides its rich history and colorful cultural fabric, here you will find people coming together like never before tackling the most pressing social and economic challenges.
If you moved to Michigan from abroad, you would certainly have to visit the local USCIS office in Detroit, so this article will make sure you get to know this important immigration actor.
In Michigan, more than half of all immigrants have naturalized U.S. citizens. Furthermore, Detroit is the fifth-fastest city in the United States for naturalization with an approximate wait time of 6.6. months.
Detroit is a city that certainly has what to offer. There are many reasons Detroit's population has been on a steady decline over the last half-century. Some of those are the cost of living, which is below the national average and more affordable housing than in other major American cities.