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ASYLUM

Asylum in the United States may be sought for foreign citizens in the U.S. who have been persecuted or fear persecution in their homeland if they return... Read More About ASYLUM

I-601 AND I-601A WAIVERS

In order to obtain U.S. permanent resident status, otherwise known as a green card, through adjustment of status or consular processing, you must be qualified... Read More About WAIVERS

NATURALIZATION

Do you want to stop worrying about renewing your “green card” every ten years? Do you want to help a member of your family immigrate to the United States?... Read More About Citizenship

TPS, TPS RENEWAL AND TPS LATE REGISTRATION

The Department of Homeland Security extends Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to an undocumented person from a country enduring conditions that prevent the person from returning safely.Read More About TPS

NON IMMIGRANT VISAS

Most foreign nationals who want to travel to the United States for vacation or business must first obtain a visa from a U.S. Consulate abroad. Foreigners visiting the United States...Read More About NON IMMIGRANT VISAS

CUBAN ADJUSTMENT ACT

The Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 provides Legal Permanent Residency to Cubans, their spouses and minor children (even if they are not citizens of Cuba)...Read More About CUBAN ADJUSTMENT ACT


NACARA

NACARA is a program that grants permanent resident status to certain nationals of El Salvador and Guatemala. Certain family members of NACARA. Applicants are eligible to apply ...Read More About NACARA

GREEN CARD ELIGIBILITY, FAMILY BASED, WORK BASED

You may be eligible to apply for a green card (permanent residency) through your family, a job offer or employment, refugee or asylum status, or a number of other special provisions...Read More About GREEN CARD

REMOVAL DEFENSE

Are you or someone you know in removal or deportation proceedings? Do you want to stay in the United States and fight your removal? THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS ...Read More About REMOVAL DEFENSE


MOTIONS TO REOPEN

Any decision made by an immigration judge can be reopened or reconsidered if a motion is made by either the foreign national (or their petitioner), the government agency, the judge, or the Board of Immigration Appeals.Read More About MOTIONS TO REOPEN

DACA

What Is DACA? On June 15, 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced that certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several guidelines may request consideration of deferred action...Read More About DACA

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT (VAWA)

What is VAWA? VAWA, or Violence Against Women Act addresses a flaw in the marriage-based immigration system created by domestic violence and abusive relationships. Sadly...Read More About DACA