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Why can Citizenship be denied?

Why can citizenship be denied? You got your Green Card, and it's time to file for citizenship. It is normal tohave many questions regarding your Naturalization Process. You want to makesure everything is perfect. Every case is different, and every person is in adifferent situation. That's why we will tell you some of the different reasons that can cause your N-400 application to be rejected. Keep on reading to Read More

What happens if my Marriage-based Green Card is denied?

If your marriage-based Green Card application has been recently denied, or you fear it might be, there are still some things you can do to reopen your case and avoid deportation. A marriage-based Green Card is granted to the spouse of a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident. It allows the foreign spouse to live and work in the United States. What happens if my Green Card is denied? Why can my application be Read More

Everything you need to know about your Naturalization Test

N 400 Form | The citizenship test is perhaps one of the most intimidating parts of the whole naturalization test process. It is normal to want to do your best on the naturalization test. It's the last step before being able to take your Oath and become a Citizen. But don't be afraid! If you study with enough time, you should do well in the exam. When and where will I have my interview? After having your biometrics Read More

Can I work while my Green Card is pending?

Green Card work permit | If you want to work while your family-based Green Card application is pending, you will need a work permit first. However, you can't do this if you are living abroad. If you already have a valid work visa, such as an H-1B or L-1 visa, you can continue working in the United States while you wait for your green card. Otherwise, you must obtain a work permit or, as it's officially called, an Read More

How does divorce affect my Green Card?

Green Card and Divorce |You got your marriage-based green card but are now getting Divorced. Divorce can be a devastating life event. It's emotionally exhausting, comes with a financial cost, and can even affect your immigration status. A divorce after a green card may introduce new challenges to a permanent resident. But in other cases, it's not an issue. It all depends on where exactly you are in the immigration Read More

USCIS Updates: Work Permits for Immigrants who are crime victims, Lockbox Filing Flexibilities, Expedited Processing, RFE and NOID, and Employment Authorization Documents

Many things within the Immigration System are always being modified; updates in policies, changes in procedure. However, during this administration, we will face multiple adjustments that will benefit Immigrants during their process like work permits for U Visa applicants. The intent of these updates is to eliminate policies that fail to promote access to the legal immigration system. This means there are Read More

Temporary Protected Status: What is it, am I eligible?

What is Temporary Protected Status (TPS)? TPS or Temporary Protected Status allows individuals from certain countries to remain in the United States if it's not safe for them to return to their home country. Mostly because of conditions or circumstances like an ongoing armed conflict, such as civil war, an environmental disaster such as an earthquake or hurricane, or an epidemic affecting the country. Who can be Read More

The Biden Immigration Reform: What to do to get ready

Where families are kept together, immigrants are welcome and can contribute to our country. President Biden immigration reform will include immediate actions to reform our chaotic immigration system. The strategy is centered on the belief that as a country we stand safer, stronger, and moving forward with a fair immigration system. Where families are kept together, immigrants are welcome and can contribute to our Read More

Marriage-Based Consular Processing for Green Card: Frequently Asked Questions

If you are a foreign national married to a U.S. citizen who wants to have lawful permanent residence in the U.S. but currently lives outside of the country, you must apply through consular processing for a Green Card. Consular Processing for Green Card means that the U.S. embassy or consulate in your country of residence will process your application rather than the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service Read More

What Changes to Expect for Immigration Under the Biden Administration

Each new administration has a certain set of changes they would like to make to rules and regulations. These changes usually come slowly, as most changes to the law need to go through the House, Senate, and the President. However, some changes can be made much more quickly by the President through Executive Orders. The Biden administration may take some time to address the changes made by Trump’s administration to Read More