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  • How Does Naturalization Affect Foreign Travel?
    How Does Naturalization Affect Foreign Travel?

    Naturalization is the legal process in which a non-citizen acquires citizenship through a number of ways. This generally occurs when the individual has stayed in the adopted country for a minimum ...

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  • In-Person Interview Requirements Expanding for Permanent Residents
    In-Person Interview Requirements Expanding for Permanent Residents

    On August 25, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that mandatory interviews would be introduced for certain green card applicants. USCIS said these new procedures ...

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  • Can U.S. Citizens Help Their Parents Receive a Green Card?
    Can U.S. Citizens Help Their Parents Receive a Green Card?

    Understanding the basics of family-based immigration in the United States can help you keep your family together. In particular, if you are worried about your undocumented parents being detained or ...

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  • What are the Benefits of Hiring an Immigration Lawyer?
    What are the Benefits of Hiring an Immigration Lawyer?

    As an immigrant, you are likely confused and concerned about your future in this country. This is completely understandable, especially as mistakes or issues in the immigration process are met with ...

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  • Louisiana Law Makes It Harder for Immigrants to Marry
    Louisiana Law Makes It Harder for Immigrants to Marry

    Louisiana immigration law was featured recently in The New York Times , and the headline seems to say it all: Louisiana’s Heartless Marriage Law . The article focuses on the ramifications of Act 436, ...

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  • The Path from Marriage to Citizenship
    The Path from Marriage to Citizenship

    One of the most common misconceptions regarding immigration law is how marriage affects citizenship. While getting married to a U.S. citizen can make the process much easier, you will not ...

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