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How to Avoid the Interview for a Marriage Green Card
How to Avoid the Interview for a Marriage Green Card

According to U.S. immigration law, conditional-resident spouses who wish to apply for a permanent green card must attend an in-person interview with USCIS. Because the stakes are significantly high, making a mistake during the interview could mean losing the conditional ...

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  • 5 Policy Changes Which Affect Legal Immigrants in 2019

    President Donald Trump aimed to reduce legal immigration and increase the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) authority to ensure the immigration ...

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    According to immigration and talent experts, the Trump administration’s immigration policies are making it harder for U.S.-based employers to fill job ...

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  • USCIS Not Considering Change in H-1B Visa Rules

    President Donald Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” initiative aims to prevent the extension of H-1B visas , largely used by Indian IT ...

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  • Cancellation of Removal | Phoenix Immigration Lawyer

    If you are facing deportation and need to protect your immigration status, there may be some options available to you. We realize that you may be ...

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  • Part 2: The 10 Myths of U.S. Immigration Law

    Last week we discussed common misunderstanding of U.S. Immigration Law. This week we look at more myth that could use some clarification. MYTH #5: ...

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    You’re about to discover the little-known strategies that can save you from needless heartaches and protect your future. If you are an immigrant, a ...

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  • Crimes That Can Lead to the Loss of Your Green Card

    Immigration authorities in the U.S. place a heavy emphasis on evaluating every person petitioning for citizenship. As such, it is important that you ...

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