Consumer-oriented visa and migration help resources

Note that the Open Borders website does not provide legal or material assistance to people who intend to travel or migrate. Below is a partial list of websites that might provide information of this sort as well as point you to legal resources that might help you. These are “consumer-oriented” websites as opposed to the more academically oriented websites linked to from much of our site, but they may nonetheless be useful to researchers interested in understanding the visa and immigration regimes of different countries. Please note that, unless otherwise stated, Open Borders has no affiliation or monetary relationship with any of these services and cannot guarantee their quality.

Resource Region of focus More information
Project Visa (website: www.projectvisa.com) worldwide Provide information on visa and immigration procedures for all countries, along with links to country immigration websites and embassy websites. Not focused on providing detailed assistance for any particular application procedure.
Travisa (website: travisa.com) United States, Brazil, Russia, India, China Focused on visas for temporary travel, but also have information on other procedures.
Immigration Direct (website: www.immigrationdirect.com) United States only Provides information and assistance with applications both for temporary non-immigrant visas and with applications for green cards (permanent residence) and citizenship.
US Immigration Support (website: www.usimmigrationsupport.org) United States only Provides information and assistance with applications both for temporary non-immigrant visas and with applications for green cards (permanent residence) and citizenship.
US Immigration Forms United States Offers detailed guidance on immigration forms and how to fill them.
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