Employment Immigration

When individuals who are not citizens of the United States wish to come to this country to work, they have a few options. Of course, it is essential that this is done in a lawful manner. An experienced immigration attorney can be of great assistance. There are several types of temporary visas. One of the […]

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Petitioning for Relatives to Become Permanent Residents

The United States allows permanent residents to petition for their relatives to come to the country as long as they are able to financially support them. However, it is important to learn about all of the steps that must be taken in order to have a successful petition to bring the family member to the […]

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Student Visa Application Information

Each year, students from all over the world come to the United States to attend some of the esteemed academic institutions that the country has to offer. When an international student makes the decision that they would like to study in the United States, they will have to apply for a student visa.  Once the […]

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Obtaining a Green Card for Employment

When an individual wishes to come to the United States for employment purposes, it is important that they take some time to determine the necessary visas that best fit their situation. There are several different employment-based “preference” categories by which the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services issues Green Cards. The three categories are as […]

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What should I know about the naturalization test?

When an individual decides that they would like to take the next and final step in the immigration process and obtain citizenship in the United States, they will have to take the naturalization test. The purpose of the test is for the individual who is applying for naturalization to show that they have an understanding of […]

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Court Enjoins Unlawful DACA Revocations, Nationwide Class Certified

Major DACA Victory: Court Enjoins Unlawful DACA Revocations, Nationwide Class Certified (IEIYC & Arreola v. Nielsen) ACLU, Feb. 27, 2018 – “As part of its anti-immigrant agenda, the Trump administration has been revoking Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals grants based on unproven allegations or minor offenses that should have no effect on whether a person can […]

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