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As the name suggests, permanent residence implies that the green card holder will live permanently in the United States. But what if a ..read more
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In the current environment, individuals who appear foreign-born are increasingly being asked for proof of status. Even U.S. citizens and ..read more
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After you’ve filed almost any application or petition with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), they will respond by ..read more
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You may be wondering if you can get a green card if you’ve worked in the United States without permission. Perhaps you learned that you ..read more
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When filing Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, a conditional permanent resident (and spouse when filing jointly) must ..read more
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“You can’t take it with you,” is an American saying that means money and worldly possessions are left behind when you pass on — ..read more
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Upon naturalizing as a U.S. citizen at an oath ceremony, new citizens are presented with a Certificate of Naturalization. This is your ..read more
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Although step-by-step guides through Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, can be helpful, they rarely cover the important topics. And ..read more
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By itself, the H-1B visa does not provide a direct path to permanent resident status (green card) in the United States. In other words, ..read more
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will likely require you to attend an interview if you applied to adjust status. ..read more

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