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DOS ANNOUNCES HISTORIC CHANGE IN POLICY

After many years of lawsuits brought by same-sex couples suing for their children’s citizenship, the Department of State announced that it will now grant U.S. citizenship to children born abroad through in vitro fertilization, surrogacy, and other assisted...

What Can You Do if Your Work Permit is Delayed?

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) manages all work applications made by immigrants in the country. This includes new requests and renewals made by people who have already been living and working inside the U.S. Commonly work permits, an Employment...

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Explained

Unfortunately, there are undocumented juveniles all across America who are unaccompanied by adults because they have been abused, abandoned or neglected by one or both parents. These children might qualify for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status(SIJS), which can open a...

Tips for Getting a Green Card

If you wish to reside permanently in the United States, you must obtain lawful permanent resident status. This is commonly known as holding a “green card.” Expiration of the actual green card, though, does not affect your status. Unlike a driver’s license, the...

Is It a Myth That Noncitizens Skip Their Deportation Hearings?

Anti-immigrant advocates have repeated two popular myths over the last few years that have helped shape the debate over detention of noncitizens who’ve been placed in removal hearings. The first is that noncitizens fail to appear for their deportation hearings. Thus,...
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