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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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  • The Green Card Application Process
    The Green Card Application Process

    For many immigrants, lawful permanent residency is an important step in their immigration journey. Commonly known as a green card, this documentation allows an immigrant to permanently live and work ...

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  • Using a Cancellation of Removal (LPR) Application
    Using a Cancellation of Removal (LPR) Application

    A lawful permanent resident (LPR) is generally permitted to stay within the United States for extended periods of time, or even indefinitely. However, certain circumstances can unfold that eliminate ...

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  • SCOTUS Will Not Rehear DAPA Case
    SCOTUS Will Not Rehear DAPA Case

    This week, the U.S. Supreme Court dealt a significant blow to the hopes of millions of undocumented residents across the country: in its routine orders for the 2016-17 session, the court has revealed ...

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  • SCOTUS Blocks DAPA
    SCOTUS Blocks DAPA

    After months of anticipation, the Supreme Court of the United States finally issued its decision on President Obama's controversial plan to shield millions of non-citizens from deportation. "The ...

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  • A Guide to Your Adjustment of Status Interview
    A Guide to Your Adjustment of Status Interview

    When applying for a green card, the last step of the “adjustment of status” process is to be called in for an interview by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). You may be feeling ...

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