Immigration Restrictions Eased for Those Who are Pregnant, Postpartum, or Nursing

Due to COVID-19 restrictions easing up and the change of presidential administration, the immigration process is seeing a lot of updates.  One of the most recent changes involves easing restrictions that were placed on those who are pregnant, postpartum, or nursing. Read on to learn more about the latest updates. What is the Policy Update? […]

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What is an Investor Visa? | What You Need to Know

There are a number of different reasons someone might wish to immigrate to the U.S. As a result, there are different ways to do so. One way to enter the United States is with an investor visa. Read on to learn more about the program. What is an Investor Visa? An investor visa, also known […]

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What is the EB-5 Program? | What to Know

Each year, through the approval of investors coming to the United States and investing, either $ 900,000 under the regional center option or $ 1.8 million under the direct investment option, 10,000 visas are made available to investors and their family members to enter the United States. This occurs through the EB-5 Program. Read on […]

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U.S. Ends Asylum Rules for Immigrants Fleeing Violence

According to theguardian.com, “The attorney general, Merrick Garland, issued a new policy saying immigration judges should cease following the Trump-era rules that made it tough for immigrants who faced domestic or gang violence to win asylum in the United States.” Read on to learn more. What is Asylum? Millions of people across the world are […]

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Different Types of Travel Documents | What to Know

There are a number of different reasons to enter the United States. Each reason may require a different visa. Read on for a general overview of the travel documents you may need in order to enter the U.S. What are Short-Stay Travel Visas? Short-stay visas are for those who do not plan on being in […]

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I am Fully Vaccinated- Can I Enter the U.S.?

Throughout the United States, vaccines are being administered and COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted. According to the CDC, fully vaccinated individuals no longer have to wear a face covering. Additionally, individuals two years old and older who are not fully vaccinated must still wear a face covering. Read on to learn more about the latest […]

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Additional 22,000 H-2B Visas Available | What to Know

According to uscis.gov, “The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Labor (DOL) have published a joint temporary final rule making available an additional 22,000 H-2B temporary nonagricultural guest worker visas for fiscal year (FY) 2021 to employers who are likely to suffer irreparable harm without these additional workers. Of the supplemental visas, 6,000 are reserved for […]

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Deportation Relief for Haitian Immigrants has Been Extended

According to CBS,  The Biden administration recently announced that “it will extend deportation protections and work permits for 54,000 Haitian immigrants living in the U.S. with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and allow tens of thousands of other eligible Haitians to request relief.” Read on to learn more about the announcement and what it may mean for […]

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What to Know About a Pending Green Card Application

The process of obtaining a green card can be stressful at times. Once you have submitted your application, you are likely anxiously awaiting the results. If you are someone who has recently submitted your application and are waiting for your approval, you most likely have several questions. Read on to learn more about the waiting […]

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Department Of Homeland Security Withdraws Biometrics Proposal

Recently, the Department of Homeland Security announced that it has withdrawn a proposal regarding the biometrics process. Because biometrics is such an important aspect of the immigration process, it is important to be kept up to date. Read on to learn more about the proposal, why it was withdrawn, and what you need to know […]

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