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Benefits of having an Immigration Attorney

Having an immigration attorney represents an advantage when applying for your immigration permits The immigration process can be complex and overwhelming, especially for those who are navigating it for the first time. There are many different types of visas and immigration programs available, each with its own set of requirements and restrictions, and the process …

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Differences between a Request for Evidence (RFE) and a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)

We tell you the difference between a Request for Evidence (RFE) and a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) Any Immigration process can be overwhelming. Especially, when you receive any type of notification or information request from USCIS. There are different reasons for which you would receive any type of communication from the U.S. Citizenship …

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Note about USCIS updates including changes in work permits

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 …

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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.  …

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