Steps to Obtaining a K-1 Fiance Visa; What are the requirements

For individuals who desire to marry someone who is not a resident of the United States, a K-1 fiance visa can prove to be particularly helpful. This program allows US Citizens to bring their fiances to the United States on the condition that...

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Temporary Protected Status- Who is eligible and What are the requirements

Temporary protected status (or "TPS" as it is commonly called) is a designation that is given by the United States to nationals of certain countries that are undergoing a temporary crisis that could prevent that country’s citizens from safely returning....

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E-2 Visa – What you need to know in order to qualify

E-2 Visa Generally: The E-2 visa allows a foreign national from certain treaty countries admittance to the United States when investing a substantial amount of capital in a U.S. business. Certain employees of a qualifying organization or of the individual themselves...

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Certain H-4 Spouses can obtain employment authorization

The Department of Homeland Security has put in place certain regulations which have changed how H-4 spouses can obtain employment authorization. If you are at all familiar with immigration law in the U.S. today, then you know that, as with...

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The key to a successful immigration case

Understanding the laws can be key to a successful immigration case. Now, more than ever, information is more accessible to the average, everyday person. While technology has made information more accessible, there are still plenty of misconceptions regarding immigration law....

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Adjusting Your Immigration Status

The immigration process can be fluid and dynamic. It is not unusual for plans to change. People who once thought they only wanted to visit may find themselves wanting to become permanent residents. Under U.S. immigration law, many individuals looking...

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Same-sex Marriages and Immigration

Immigration law can be a complex subject, affected by more than just laws dealing with immigration issues. Because immigration law is federal law, it can also be impacted by other various legal decisions, including court cases. Take for example, same-sex...

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Understanding the Benefits of Citizenship

Under U.S. immigration law, there are two statuses that allow a person to obtain long term residence and the ability to work the U.S. These two statuses are the permanent resident status and citizenship status. The difference between status as...

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New Executive Actions: Changes in Immigration Protections for Undocumented Parents and Children

Deportations can be heart-wrenching experiences, especially when families are torn apart due to different immigration statuses. Undocumented immigrants that had or raised children in the United States, might have to leave these children behind if removal proceedings are brought against them....

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