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Green Cards

Navigating the Adjustment of Status application process to receive a green card can feel overwhelming. One crucial but often overlooked form is Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination & Vaccination Record. Filing this form alongside your Form I-485, Application to...
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Many individuals receive a conditional green card, often based on marriage. You cannot renew a conditional green card and will lose your permanent resident status if you fail to seek a full green card. Failing to take action can lead...
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has finalized a new rule impacting several key areas for immigration and naturalization applicants and petitioners. The new fees, forms and premium processing are effective April 1, 2024. In their new rule published January...
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Getting married in the U.S. on a tourist visa is not illegal or subject to penalties. The problem arises in these three situations.  First, you and your fiance entered the U.S. with the intent of getting married and then not...
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Tattoos are more socially acceptable and should not be a reason for someone to be denied a green card. However, immigration officers do have the right to inspect tattoos and evaluate them in their decision to grant a visa. Immigration...
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The excitement of a new love can be quickly overshadowed by the complexities of immigration law when you've obtained your own green card through a prior marriage. The question, "Can I sponsor my new spouse for a green card?" looms...
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While permanent resident status is typically considered permanent, it is not as guaranteed as some people may believe. The U.S. government can revoke your green card for a variety of reasons. There are many different ways a legal permanent resident...
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The U.S. Diversity Visa Lottery is Now Open for the 2025 Fiscal Year Registration opens October 4, 2023 - November 7, 2023, for the FY2025 Diversity Visa lottery to grant Green Cards to more than 50,000 randomly selected people from...
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According to the United States government, to be legally qualified for jury duty, an individual must: be a United States citizen; be at least 18 years of age; reside primarily in the judicial district for one year; be adequately proficient...
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A Reentry Permit is a travel document that allows a green card holder to reenter the United States. Lawful permanent residents (green card holders) or conditional permanent residents who plan to travel outside the United States for more than one...
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