New US Immigrants Website launched.

Sacramento, CA (PressExposure) November 16, 2011 -- NewUSImmigrants.com provides one-stop access to a wide range of information, tools, resources and services of interest to immigration, immigrant advocates, visiting tourists, students considering to study in America and anyone planning to immigrate or live and work in the US. The web site aims to shed some light into the most common challenges faced by immigrants and refugees as they adapt to this new country while compiling the various services available to support their successful social and economic integration in the USA.

According to NewUSimmigrants.com's founder, Amede Kyubwa, "the website is amazingly so simple, yet very resourceful. Whether you are a new immigrant, or practitioner, or researching information for someone else, or someone who is considering seriously immigrating to the USA or just visiting, you can easily find links to useful information. Visitors are able to easily get to the information they are looking for quickly without wasting time"

The website has a wide range of useful resources including immigrant support services, how to bring family members to the United States, how to apply for a green card, how to become a U.S. citizen, finding a Job in USA, a guide for new U.S. immigrants, studying in USA, making an immigration appointment using InfoPass, immigration news, immigration forms, USA visa application information requirements, immigration Process, finding a local USCIS Office, USCI International Offices, finding a USA Embassy, refugee resettlement agencies, applying for identification card and driver's silence, applying for a Social security card, checking a status of your pending immigration case, challenges of learning a new culture, advices for new immigrants, tips for newcomers etc...

About NewUSImmigrants.com

NewUSImmigrants.com is a comprehensive immigration resource website that provides easy access to a wide variety of practical and friendly tools aimed at helping newcomers and prospective immigrants find information they need to adjust to life in the United States. For more information or if your agency/company is not listed go to http://www.NewUSImmigrants.com or contact Amede Kyubwa at (916) 753-5717 or send an e-mail to contact@newusimmigrants.com.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 16, 2011 at 2:17 am
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