Immigration Law News


USCIS Announces a Revised Naturalization Civics Test

Mar

17

USCIS Announces a Revised Naturalization Civics Test

Washington - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it’s going to start using the 2008 form of the naturalization civics test, starting March ...

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Filling form I-751 if you are married but living separately

Mar

15

Filling form I-751 if you are married but living separately

Facing separation from your spouse who is a U.S. citizen while you are still a CPR (Conditional Permanent Resident) can be stressful and devastating. But, keep in mind that ...

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What to do if your Form I-751 is denied due to the lack of evidence

Mar

12

What to do if your Form I-751 is denied due to the lack of evidence

The denial of your Form I-751 doesn’t mean an end for your right to a permanent stay in the United States. An approved immigration petition and fulfilling the general requirements ...

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212(d)(3) Waiver for Non-Immigrants Explained

Mar

11

212(d)(3) Waiver for Non-Immigrants Explained

A waiver is a document through which one of the parties intentionally forfeits a known right or a claim, releasing the other party. When it comes to the 212(d)(3) Waiver ...

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12 questions to ask immigration lawyer during the initial meeting

Mar

07

12 questions to ask immigration lawyer during the initial meeting

Moving to a new country means dealing with numerous complex procedures and a lot of paperwork. This whole complicated process could be shortened and much easier to master ...

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O1 visa to Green Card: Detailed Guide

Mar

01

O1 visa to Green Card: Detailed Guide

The O1 visa is a type of non-immigrant visa provided for people who possess extraordinary ability in some specific field such as business, art, education, science, or athletics. ...

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