USCIS Changes Citizenship Status for Some Children of U.S. Military Members and Overseas Government Officials

In a statement last week, USCIS announced a change of citizenship status for some children born overseas to U.S. military members and government officials. The guidance essentially rescinds certain parts of previously established USCIS policy that stated certain children who were born and lived outside of the U.S. were considered “residing in” the U.S. Now, […]

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What is a 601-A Waiver?

If you are ineligible to adjust your citizenship status in the United States and you require a waiver to return, you may not be out of luck. As of March 2013, the government began permitting certain undocumented relatives of American citizens to apply for unlawful presence waivers from within the United States. This allows undocumented […]

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What is an I-765?

The I-765 is an employment authorization document, which is also known as a “work permit.” This document, issued by the USCIS gives the holder a legal right to work in the United States. This application is available to certain non-residents so they can request the ability to work here for a specific period of time. […]

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What is Form N-400?

If you wish to become a United States citizen, you may have heard of Form N-400. This form, otherwise known as the “Application for Citizenship,” provides stability and a sense of relief for many immigrants from around the world. If you have questions about the N-400, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some […]

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