USCIS Policy Notice Updates


Section 245i Immigration Law: Who Is Protected and Who Isn’t

Dec

13

Section 245i Immigration Law: Who Is Protected and Who Isn’t

Section 245(i) of the Legal Immigration Family Equity Act (LIFE) is available to certain persons who aren’t eligible to apply for adjustment of status otherwise. Obviously, ...

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What is the New Public Charge Rule and How Does it Affect Me?

Dec

13

What is the New Public Charge Rule and How Does it Affect Me?

One top reason to hire an experienced immigration lawyer is to have someone who is on top of the constant changes in immigration rules and laws. As Chicago immigration attorneys, ...

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Procedure and timeline for getting a green card

Dec

13

Procedure and timeline for getting a green card

There are a number of hurdles that must be cleared to secure permanent resident status for a family member. Applying for U.S. citizenship is a complicated process. If just ...

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Changes to the Way in Which Petitions Are Denied

Dec

13

Changes to the Way in Which Petitions Are Denied

USCIS published a new policy memorandum in July 2018 and the document addresses the issuance of Requests for Evidence (RFEs) and Notices of Intent to Deny (NOIDs). As per ...

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Adjustment of Status and 90 Day Rule

Dec

13

Adjustment of Status and 90 Day Rule

The process you need to complete when applying for the lawful permanent resident status is called adjustment of status. The process is colloquially called applying for a ...

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A Comprehensive Overview of the U Nonimmigrant Status (U-Visa)

Dec

13

A Comprehensive Overview of the U Nonimmigrant Status (U-Visa)

The U-visa (U nonimmigrant status) is a nonimmigrant type of US visa that is reserved for victims of crimes. People who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse ...

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