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Migration Expert USA is a private immigration company with a team of highly experienced migration attorneys, lawyers and specialists who represent clients from across the globe wishing to apply for a US visa. Migration Expert provides fee-based services in addition to the official government charges to advise, assist and represent our clients through the often-complex visa application process.
All decisions for granting of a visa remain with the US Government subject to lodging a valid application using the free forms available on the Government website and meeting the relevant criteria. Migration Expert is not affiliated with the US Government and act independent in the interests of our clients.
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Free US Visa Eligibility Assessment

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The Free US Visa Eligibility Assessment™
Find out if you qualify to apply for a US Visa. Your results are instant.

How The Eligibility Assessment Can Help You

The Free US Visa Eligibility Assessment™ from is designed to determine instantly if you are eligible to apply for a US Visa. Using the criteria set by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), it is the most comprehensive and technologically advanced online Migration Assessment tool available.

The assessment takes only a few minutes to complete. It is easy to follow and your results are instant. If required, you can always use the help button to receive a further explanation of each question.

The questions in the assessment have been specifically designed to act as a preliminary test for you to see if you meet the requirements for your visa. You should not rely on this result alone as a true indication of your ability to apply for migration to the US.

Other US Visas
  • Work Visa

    Work visas allow workers the opportunity to live and work in the US on a temporary or permanent basis through sponsorship.
  • Travel Visa

    A Travel visa is required by most visitors to the US to sightsee, visit family and friends, obtain medical treatment or to engage in certain business activities.
  • ESTA

    Tourists and business travellers from participating countries can apply online for an ESTA to travel to the US.
  • Green Card

    A Green Card provides lawful permanent residence status in the US and can be applied for through a family member, employment or the Diversity Lottery.
  • Working Holiday Visa

    Working Holiday or Exchange visas allow foreigners to work and/or study in the US while experiencing American culture.
  • Exchange Visa

    Exchange visas allow foreigners to work and live while experiencing the various cultures in the US.
  • Family Visa

    There are a number of family visas that aim to reunite families in the US through sponsorship from a spouse, fiancé(e), child, parent or sibling.
  • Business Visa

    A Business visa allows eligible nationals to develop and direct their investment in or trade with the US while living temporarily in the US.
  • Student Visa

    Student visas attract international high school, secondary, and post-secondary students seeking to study in the US.
  • Citizenship Visa

    Permanent residents and those with certain parental ties may apply for US citizenship.
  • Trainee Visa

    Trainee visas provide foreigners the opportunity to engage in training in their area of interest or expertise and live in the US on a temporary basis.

To obtain this service, please select the visa category that best applies to you and complete the Free US Visa Eligibility Assessment.

Latest Immigration News
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    According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Immigration Statistics, over 990,000 foreign nationals were granted U.S. permanent residence ("green cards") in 2013. These statistics provide helpful insight into the countries where the majority of immigrants are coming from, the categories they are using to apply and the states they are choosing to live in.
  • Nearly 9,000 New U.S Citizens to be Naturalized in Independence Day Celebrations
    On July 1, 2014, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released that the department would naturalize nearly 9,000 new American citizens during more than 100 naturalization ceremonies across the country from June 30 to July 4.
  • USCIS and Nashville Begin Partnership to Support Aspiring Citizens
    On June 11, 2014, a new partnership between USCIS and Nashville has been established through a letter of agreement signed by USCIS Acting Director Lori Scialabba and Nashville Mayor Karl Dean at Nashville's Main Library.