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Federal Judge Suspends Public Charge Rule During Pandemic
Federal Judge Suspends Public Charge Rule During Pandemic

In an ideal world, everyone would have access to medical care and treatment during a pandemic—as well as financial assistance to pay for that care and compensate for any pandemic-related economic losses. Individuals hoping to obtain green cards, however, are hesitating to ...

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Blog Posts in 2020

  • So, You Got Your Green Card. Now What?

    The road to this moment may have been long and arduous. You might have waited several months or many years. Now, you likely want to do everything you ...

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  • Trump Extends & Expands Immigration Ban

    Because of COVID-19, the U.S. economy is suffering, and unemployment has skyrocketed. The Trump administration has largely used this crisis as a ...

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  • What Happens if You Overstay Your Visa?

    Nonimmigrant visas are temporary. You might obtain a nonimmigrant visa for a variety of reasons, including business, tourism, temporary work, ...

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  • What Is the Current State of Immigration in the U.S.?

    While businesses and organizations across the country are beginning to cautiously reopen, the immigration system is still heavily encumbered by ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Investor Visas

    Are you considering investing in a U.S. business? You may qualify for an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa. The qualifications are highly specific, ...

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  • Who is Affected by Trump’s Immigration Executive Order?

    Understanding Trump’s Executive Order As of April 23, 2019, 11:59 pm, eastern time, President Donald Trump issued a 60-day suspension of the issuance ...

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  • Can You Lose Your Citizenship?

    For many, citizenship is the end of a long, arduous journey. While the application process might only take six months, the road to citizenship begins ...

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  • Green Card vs. Citizenship: What’s the Difference?

    When you’re assessing your options in the U.S. as an immigrant (or prospective immigrant), becoming familiar with each type of legal status is your ...

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  • What is the Difference Between a B-1 Visa and a B-2 Visa?

    Visitors who plan on temporarily staying in the United States must have a temporary visa in order to do so. There are two types of visitor visas: B-1 ...

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