3 Reasons USCIS Might Cancel Your Interview

While USCIS can and does approve some green card petitions without an interview, most green cards will require them, as will adjustment of status cases. The immigration process takes long enough that it can be intensely frustrating—and scary—to get a letter saying that your interview has been postponed. Fortunately, a cancelled or rescheduled interview isn’t…

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How to Help Your Parents Enter the United States Legally

It is possible for immigrants who have become US Citizens to bring their parents into the United States as lawful permanent residents.  Of course, like any US Immigration process, it’s not easy to do. If you want to give your parents their best chance at coming to live with you in the United States, your…

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In the News: Biden Ends Workplace Immigration Raids

This week the Biden Administration announced that it was calling a halt to work-site raids. The focus of Homeland Security’s attention has now shifted to “unscrupulous employers who exploit unauthorized workers, conduct illegal activities, or impose unsafe working conditions.“ The policy reversal is thought to be a result of labor shortages in the United States.…

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In the News: The Diversity Visa is Back

On October 6, 2021 the next visa lottery will open for the 2023 year. It will remain open until Tuesday, November 9, but it’s a good idea to enter early if you plan to. There is a great deal of demand to enter this program and the website has been known to crash. The program…

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How Much Money Do You Need to Immigrate to the US?

If you are looking at a long-term visa like a work visa or a study visa, or are attempting to become a permanent resident of the United States, then you’ve got to be ready for some costs.  The process is not free. Here are some of the most common costs so you can plan in…

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What Does It Mean to Get a Second USCIS Interview?

Applying for a green card isn’t easy. It would be nice if you could go in, provide your documentation, have your interview, and get your card without incident. Unfortunately, sometimes immigration officers don’t like what they see. When that happens, they might just issue a Notice of Intent to Deny…but they might call you in…

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How to Appeal a Visa Denial

Any time you apply for any type of visa there is a possibility you will be denied. This is even true for “B” class visitor’s visas. Fortunately a denial isn’t always the end of the world. There are ways to appeal them. When you get denied you will receive what is called a Visa Refusal…

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Will You Be Deported After Your Divorce?

If you achieved lawful permanent resident status in the United States by marrying a U.S. citizen then you might rightly be concerned that a divorce could threaten your legal status here in the country. Yet you do not lose the right to have a divorce just because you obtained your green card through marriage. Here’s…

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Will a Small Courthouse Wedding Mess Up Your Green Card Application?

In order for the I-130 petition to be successful, you must be able to prove a bona fide marriage. While a small courthouse wedding is a perfectly valid way to get married, it can create issues for your marriage application if you aren’t careful. Courthouse weddings are common for couples who are attempting to commit…

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