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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

Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status: Frequently Asked Questions

A marriage-based adjustment of status is a direct way to access a permanent residence and eventually to citizenship. If you are a foreign-born spouse of a United States citizen and currently live in the United States, you may be eligible for lawful permanent residence–popularly known as the “green card.” The green card enables the holder to permanently live and work in the U.S., provided that you don’t commit any Read More

The Fiancé and Spouse Visa: Which One is Best for You?

U.S. citizens engaged to foreign nationals who want to live in the United States must ensure that their future spouse obtains the right immigration visa to avoid status problems down the line. The two main marriage-related visas are the K-1 Visa (known as the “fiancé visa”) and the Marriage-Based Visa (the “green card” visa). The K-1 is generally for people who want to bring their foreign fiancé to the United Read More

What Changes to Expect for Immigration Under the Biden Administration

Each new administration will have a set of changes they would like to make to rules and regulations. These changes may 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 the Read More

You are a Permanent Resident of the United States & have the Green Card – now what?

Once the first immigration process is done and you have your green card in hand you can breathe a sigh of relief. You might feel like you have finally landed and this is now home, but this is just the beginning: It is a door you have just opened and now comes the part where you have to take the next steps - to know your rights and learn how to take advantage of having a Green Card. As a permanent resident you Read More

What is a Green Card & how do I get one?

A green card, known officially as a Permanent Resident Card, is issued by USCIS under the Immigration and Nationality Act as evidence that you have been given the privilege to reside and work within the United States. While America is a melting pot, it has only 13.2 million green card holders out of a population of 328.2 million people - that is only 4.02 % of the country’s population. Having a green card allows Read More