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What To Do After a DACA Approval

On June 15, 2012, the Obama Administration provided qualifying young immigrants, who were illegally brought into the United States under the age of 30 and went to school here, stayed out of trouble and could prove residency, a two-year amnesty from deportation. This administrative program, which became known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals […]

The Most Common Obstacles In the Path to Citizenship

Obtaining United States citizenship is becoming more and more complicated. During the golden age of immigration to the U.S., obtaining citizenship rights was as easy as completing a physical examination and submitting a simple form. However, those golden days are over. What we are left with is a more difficult path to citizenship filled with […]

How to Apply for a Family Based Green Card

Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, U.S. citizens or permanent residents (green card holders) may petition for a family based green card for certain immigrant or foreign family members. However, satisfying the requirements to successfully petition for a family based green card is not an easy task. As such, if you are a citizen or […]

Eligibility Requirements for an Adjustment of Status

An adjustment of status is a process that allows eligible individuals applying for permanent residency in the United States to become a legal resident without having to apply for an immigrant visa abroad. Since there are different ways to qualify for an adjustment of status, it is in your best interest to consult with an […]

Consular Processing: The Interview and Beyond

One way for a foreigner to acquire lawful permanent residence in the United States is immigrant visa processing at a U.S. Consulate abroad. This is known as consular processing. In order to be eligible for consular processing, you must live outside the U.S. and have a “priority date” that is “current” (in other words, an […]