US Immigration for Czech Families
The United States has a long history of welcoming Czech nationals. Czechs have been arriving at the shores of the United States for hundreds of years. Thousands of Moravian Brethren lived in the colonies in the late 18th century. The availability of land in America encouraged immigration throughout the 1800s. Most of Czech immigrants were farmers and settled in the Midwestern states.
Czech immigration to the United States reached a peak in 1907, when 13,554 Czechs arrived. It has been reported that by 1910, the Czech population was 349,000, and by 1940 was nearly. With a population of 10 million in the Czech Republic, it’s likely that most Czechs have some family in the United States.
We assist many families changing from a visa to a permanent residency and, for those who want it and qualify, to US citizenship and a passport.
Click here information on business and investment immigration for Czechs.Relatives Who May Qualify for a Permanent Residency in the United States include:
- A spouse or unmarried children of a U.S. citizen
- Children (married or single) of the U.S Citizen (over the age of 21)
- Parents of the U.S citizen
- Siblings of a U.S. Citizen
- Orphan child/Adoptee
- Children of U.S. serviceman form the Vietnam or Korean Wars
- Permanent Residency for Relatives
- Fiancé(e) Visas
- Marrying Outside the US
- 601 Hardship Waivers
- J Waivers
- Removal of Conditions on Permanent Residency (Conditional Green Card)
- Same Sex Couples
- Refugee and Asylum Status
- Interview Preparation & Example Interview Questions
- Deportation & Removal Defense
- Permanent Residence: Family Sponsored Green Cards