When you think of citizenship, the first thing that comes to mind is probably naturalization.
Immigration Pulse by Tiffany Feder
America is often referred to as the land of opportunity. Anyone can grow up to be anything they want with hard work, right?
Israeli nationals interested in immigrating to the United States for business purposes may be eligible to apply for an E-2 visa, which enables an Israeli citizen to acquire and/or operate a business from within the US.
The United States houses more immigrants than any other country in the world, and Mexican immigrants remain the largest group, accounting for 25% of the entire United States immigration population.
The United States of America is home to a large and extremely diverse population of immigrants, more than 40 million strong, with foreign-born citizens hailing from nearly every country in the world, Israel included.
Known far and wide as the land of opportunity, the United States attracts individuals and families from all over the world who are hoping to enter the United States of American and stay here temporarily for business, education, or tourism, or permanently as legal residents.
The United States is a country composed largely of immigrants and their descendants.