Countries Jamaicans can visit without a Visa

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Jamaican Passport Power | Caribbean Communities | USA & UK

Details about Jamaica’s passport powers and visa-free zones of the world. A comparison to US and UK passports. Commentary questioning the intelligence of Jamaicans and suggestion that they were naive to allow sanctions of UK visas, while the Queen of England is the island’s Head of State.

BEST PLACES TO RETIRE IN THE CARIBBEAN ( Top 10 Caribbean Islands 2018)

Elite Jamaica takes a look at top 10 Caribbean islands for 2018, These islands were selected by cost of living, property taxes and investment opportunities. These are the best places to retire in the Caribbean. Most recent upload: https://youtu.be/6y266gctlME Grow your YouTube Channel with Tubebuddy. https://www.tubebuddy.com/Alexx Use the CODE: ALEXX HELP SUPPORT ELITE JAMAICA BY DONATING: https://www.paypal.me/eliteja Sandals Resorts 4th of July sale: http://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-8766648-13380528 Contact Alexx: 876-880-7358 Some of the links above are affiliate links. Thanks for watching!

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25 Most Powerful Passports In The World You Might Want To Possibly Own

How powerful is your passport? Do you know? If you don't, the day has come for you to find out. In order to measure the strength of a passport the first thing you have to take into account is how freely it lets you travel. In order to do that, we referred to the Visa Restriction Index published annually by Henley and Partners. Many nations, however, ended up with visa free access to the same amount of countries. For example, citizens of both Canada and Denmark can travel to 173 countries. In cases such as these we referred to other factors. For example, is the country part of a larger passport union? How many countries are the citizens allowed to reside within permanently? Every European Union country has an advantage in this respect. Sometimes, however, we had to look at which citizenship is more desirable in terms of travel freedom. Both the United Kingdom and the United States top the list with visa free access to 174 countries. The United States, however, is much bigger. Within its borders, American citizenship allows you to travel and reside within a greater variety of regions. It was considerations such as these that led to the following rankings. These are the 25 Most Powerful Passports In The World You Might Want To Possibly Own. Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/list25 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/list25 Website: http://list25.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/ Be sure to check out the physical list here: http://list25.com/25-most-powerful-passports-in-the-world-you-might-want-to-possibly-own/ Check out the world's most powerful passports: Malta - Number of visa free countries – 166 Australia - Number of visa free countries – 168 Greece - Number of visa free countries – 169 Singapore - Number of visa free countries – 170 New Zealand - Number of visa free countries – 170 Switzerland - Number of visa free countries – 170 Ireland - Number of visa free countries – 171 Austria - Number of visa free countries – 171 Norway - Number of visa free countries – 171 South Korea - Number of visa free countries – 172 Japan - Number of visa free countries – 172 Portugal - Number of visa free countries – 172 Spain - Number of visa free countries – 172 Italy - Number of visa free countries – 172 France - Number of visa free countries – 172 Belgium - Number of visa free countries – 172 Luxembourg - Number of visa free countries – 172 Netherlands - Number of visa free countries – 172 Canada - Number of visa free countries – 173 Denmark - Number of visa free countries – 173 United Kingdom - Number of visa free countries – 174 Finland - Number of visa free countries – 174 Sweden - Number of visa free countries – 174 Germany - Number of visa free countries – 174 United States - Number of visa free countries – 174

Permanent Residence Through Marriage: Five Problems To Avoid

This video shares five problems that prevent immigrants, married to U.S. citizens, from winning their green card cases. http://www.bataraimmigrationlaw.com. As a permanent resident attorney, I’ve been able to help many couples achieve their dreams of living together in the United States. Some mixed immigration status families begin the process on the wrong foot. They underestimate the difficulty of the permanent resident process. In Permanent Residence Through Marriage: Five Problems To Avoid, I lay out the most common problem areas. IS YOUR MARRIAGE REAL? This is the bona fide marriage requirement. The marriage between you and your spouse needs to be real. This means you married for love. This requirement is obvious. But there are individuals who try to fool the system and get married for the purpose of receiving a green card, no love involved, no other strings attached. This is foolishness. The government takes marriage fraud seriously. IS YOUR MARRIAGE LEGAL? Another area of confusion for immigrant families is the belief that a government-issued marriage certificate is all they need to prove their marriage is legal. For a marriage to be legal: (a) both parties must be free to marry, (b) all prior divorces must be officially completed, and (c) the marriage is formally recognized as legal in the country where it took place. I’ve handled various cases where a U.S. citizen comes into my office ready to petition his wife on the spot. As we explore his history, however, I find that his previous divorce was never completed. ENTRY AND OVERSTAY ISSUES – UNLAWFUL PRESENCE If you do not have permission to be in the United States, permanently or temporarily, you are out of status. Being out of status happens two ways: (a) Entering without inspection and (b) Overstaying your temporary visa. Here is a video which discussed the differences in more depth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShjnTku-mCU . If you’re the immigrant spouse, the difference could be significant. It could determine whether your interview will take place in the United States or in your home country. If you are able to go to a permanent residence interview in the U.S., this is known as adjustment of status. The appointment occurs at a local USCIS office. For more information on seeking and winning permanent residence, go here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7B872336DDFFF49C If you must attend the green card interview where you were born, this is known as consular processing. In many cases, you will also need to file for a family unity waiver and that could be a huge problem. If the waiver is not granted, you will not be allowed to legally reenter the United States. How do you win a family unity waiver to overcome your unlawful presence problem? You must prove extreme hardship. Here is a video which shares a roadmap for developing evidence to win hardship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmiUb1mldV4. CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS CAN UNDERMINE YOUR CASE This pointer seems unnecessary. If you have been charged with having committed any crimes or convicted of any offenses, you may not be eligible for a green card. There is more to this warning. Some immigrants think this rule only includes major state felonies and relatively recent offenses. Not so. Even participating in certain activities, without any criminal charges having been filed, may still disqualify you from the permanent resident process. DO YOU MEET THE AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS? In short, the Affidavit of Support is a contract between the legal spouse and the government. Before they approve your immigrant spouse’s request for a green card, immigrant officers want to know that the sponsoring U.S. spouse has the financial ability to support the immigrant spouse for the next ten years. This is an effort to prevent immigrants from becoming “public charges” and using public resources like welfare, subsidized housing, and food stamps. The most common problem, besides insufficient income to meet the guidelines, is the failure to provide documentation to verify the U.S. spouse’s financial situation. If a spouse does not earn enough to meet the requirements, the problem can usually be solved with the help of a joint sponsor, like a relative, friend, or employer. In summary, do not underestimate the difficulty of the marriage green card process. There are several stumbling blocks. Avoid them. Want More Information? For more on Batara Immigration Law permanent residence and green card services, see here: http://www.bataraimmigrationlaw.com/p... #greencardsadvice #permanentresidencetips #bataraimmigrationlaw #carlosbatara Support Batara Immigration Law By Subscribing To You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/user/BataraImm... Follow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/bataralaw Like Us On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bataralaw/

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