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How to make your immigration to the U.S. a financial success

Useful tips to help you reduce costs on your immigration process

Relocating your whole life to the U.S. is quite a journey. However, if managed properly, there are a few steps and actions you can take in order to save yourself both unnecessary headaches as well as money.
Not too long ago I was preparing for the immigration process, as well as my new life in the United States. It began as a difficult and time-consuming task. As I began my preparation to move, I didn't fully understand the cost involved with moving abroad. I was a bit startled when a friend of mine who had moved elsewhere asked what I was doing about saving up for my move.


"Save up for my move?" I thought, "Nobody mentioned saving for my move."

I was glad my friend had asked, as it caused me to question how I was preparing for my new life. I found out as much as I could about how others successfully saved and moved. It turns out saving money makes ALL the difference between a successful immigration and one where you find yourself back where you started. It is important to save up for your journey, since starting a new life isn't easy. It's equally important to look for and get the correct advice.

You will absolutely ask yourself questions like, "To whom do I turn?" and "Where do I even begin?" Breathe... Many people have gone through the same process as you and are willing to help others in their journeys as well. There are also many organizations (such as USAGC, which helped me), which will help you immigrate to the U.S.

My own two cents on cost control that will save you a lot of money

Here are a few money saving tips (which I have compiled for you) to follow as you begin your process:
  1. You should start to collect all your documentation now (if you plan on applying) and keep both a record and files of all your key documentation. You should stay as organized as you can. Try to not clutter or lose any documents or papers

  2. File your application as soon as you can. Fees for immigration/citizenship are constantly going up. This is due to the government seeking out more ways to raise revenue. Due to the number of people who apply every year this it is best to file earlier rather than later.

  3. Search the web for immigration forums or discussion sites to find people who are or were in a similar situation to you. Be sure to see if there are local community groups of people from your country (in the area you wish to relocate to- they usually have people who are happy to help you with the immigration process).

  4. Take it one step at a time and give yourself a few weeks to complete the application process. There are tons of forms to fill in and doing it by yourself can get overwhelming, which is why it is important to break this big task down into smaller manageable components. If you are not sure what you need to do, you should contact the expert immigration representatives at USAGC. If you pay attention to detail and keep some of the tips listed above in mind, you can get through this already expensive process by yourself and save a lot of money as well!

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We hope these tips will be helpful for you in saving money for your immigration. Please be sure to register with USAGC in order to receive more information to look at in order to make sure that your application and relocation to the United States is successful. Best of luck in your future endeavors!