What to Know About Naturalization Ceremonies in New York

If you are an individual who has recently had their Form N-400, Application for Naturalization approved by USCIS, you are ready to take the Oath of Allegiance at a naturalization ceremony. Read on to learn more about naturalization ceremonies, what they entail, what to bring, and more. What the Different Types of Naturalization Ceremonies? There […]

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What is an EAD? | What You Need to Know

EADs, or Employment Authorization Documents, provide immigrants a means to work in the United States legally. There is a lot to know about EADs so read on to learn more about how you can obtain one. Who Needs an EAD? If you are either authorized to work in the United States because of your immigration […]

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New Immigration Bill For “Dreamers” and Farmworkers

The House has recently voted to pass two new bills that would have a major impact on a number of immigrants. Read on to learn more about the new bill for “dreamers” and farmworkers. What is the New Bill? Recently, the House voted to pass the American Dream and Promise Act. The proposal would allow […]

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Public Charge Rule is No More | What to Know

If you have been affected by the public charge rule in the past, it is important to be aware of the updates that are being implemented. Read on to learn more about the public charge rule and what will occur going forward. What Does “Public Charge” Mean? In the 1800s, Congress created a statute stating […]

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Adjusting Your Status in The United States | What to Know

There are many people living and working in the United States who are not citizens. In order to become eligible for citizenship, these individuals must first obtain a certain status through a visa. Visas are available for a variety of different situations, including employment, visitation, education, marriage, and more. After living in the country for […]

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What to Know About Obtaining a K2 Visa

If you are not a United States citizen, and you are planning on marrying a U.S. Citizen, you can apply for a fiancé visa in order to enter the country. But, what if you have children? Can they enter the U.S. as well? This where a K2 visa may come into play. Read on to […]

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USCIS Biometrics Appointments are Delayed

COVID-19 has majorly impacted people all over the world. The pandemic has been especially hard on those who are attempting to obtain American citizenship. For example, we have seen tax-paying immigrants denied stimulus checks because they do not have social security numbers. Now, the Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced continued delays when it […]

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Fiancé Visas | What You Need to Know

Getting married is exciting, but it often involves a lot of planning. A marriage requires even more planning when you, or your fiancé, do not have U.S. Citizenship. Entering the United States can be a complicated process. That is why it is important to do your research, educate yourself, and speak with an immigration attorney. Read […]

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What is a Bar Waiver?

Individuals who were in the United States illegally and had to leave the country may be denied reentry. When this happens, they may be barred upon return. In these situations, it is important to retain the services of an experienced New York immigration attorney to provide assistance.  What are 3 & 10-Year Bars? When a […]

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What Do I Do if I Lose My Green Card?

Obtaining a Green Card is a lengthy process that results in a foreign individual becoming a permanent resident in the United States. While the idea is grand, physically speaking, it is just a simple card. This can make it easy to lose. However, individuals with a Green Card are required to keep it on them […]

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