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What Is The Green Card Process After 10+ Years In The U.S. With U.S. Citizen/Green Card Holder Kids, Spouse Or Parent?

Learn how to qualify for Cancellation of Removal under Section 42B, a type of immigration relief designed to help undocumented individuals stay in the US for the sake of their US citizen or Green Card holder family members. To be eligible, applicants must meet certain criteria, including having lived in the US for at least 10 years and proving exceptional and extremely unusual hardship to their family if they were to be removed. Contact Shepelsky Law Group for a consultation to evaluate your chances of success in obtaining this form of relief. Our experienced attorneys have had a lot of success with these cases, but keep in mind that states like Georgia, Texas, Arizona, and Kentucky have very low approval rates. For more information, follow us on social media.

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This Week in Immigration News – Shepelsky Law Updates

Stay informed with Shepelsky Law on the constantly-changing immigration news. Understand how to make sense of the new laws and regulations set in place by the U.S., as well as get helpful legal tips when managing your own immigration situation. Make sure to learn what implications current policies may have for you or your family.

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What Is The I-360 VAWA Petition And How Can It Help Legalize An Immigrant?

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) offers protection and resources to victims of domestic violence, including immigrants. The VAWA I-360 petition is a crucial provision that allows certain victims of abuse to self-petition for lawful permanent resident status without the assistance of their abusive spouse or family member. Eligible categories include abused spouses, children, and parents. To be eligible, victims must demonstrate that they have suffered from battery or extreme cruelty by the U.S. citizen or LPR spouse, parent, or child. VAWA self-petitions are confidential, and the abuser is not notified. This allows victims to seek protection from abuse and obtain LPR status without the fear of reprisals from their abuser. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence and is also an immigrant, contact an experienced immigration attorney who can guide you through the VAWA self-petition process. Contact Shepelsky Law Group, Immigration Lawyers for all 50 states at (718) 769-6352.

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Understanding VAWA Abuse Immigration Petitions: Why Was I Denied?

VAWA petitions can be difficult to understand and even more challenging to complete. This article explores the common reasons for VAWA petition denials, so you can increase your chance of success and stay informed. Learn how to avoid VAWA denial by understanding all the criteria and requirements of the application process, developing a comprehensive understanding of applicable laws, and submitting accurate documentation for your application.

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VAWA Petitions: A New Chapter in USCIS Filing Location

Get the latest update on the VAWA petition process with USCIS. If you're a self-petitioning spouse, child, or parent of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you need to know about the recent change in filing location from Vermont Service Center to the larger Nebraska center. This change can be overwhelming, but don't worry, expert assistance is available. Marina Shepelsky at Shepelsky Law is dedicated to providing personalized and compassionate service to each and every client. With years of experience in immigration law, Marina Shepelsky has the expertise and knowledge to help you through the VAWA petition process. Whether you are just starting the process or have already filed your VAWA petition, Marina Shepelsky can provide you with the guidance and support you need to ensure that your petition is processed smoothly and efficiently. At Shepelsky Law, they understand the emotional and financial toll that abuse can take on a person, and they are committed to helping VAWA self-petitioners get the immigration benefits they deserve. Don't hesitate to reach out to Marina Shepelsky at Shepelsky Law for all your VAWA petition needs.

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Does the New Rule Shorten Green Card Wait Times for Asylees?

Unlock the Path to an Asylum Green Card with USCIS Updates. Have you been approved for asylum in the US and are now looking to obtain a green card? USCIS has recently released a new rule regarding the physical presence requirement for asylees seeking a green card. The previous rule stated that asylees must have a full year of physical presence in the US when filing for a green card, but the recent update clarifies that the one-year physical presence requirement should mature at the time of the green card's approval. This change has sparked debate among immigration lawyers, with some interpreting it to mean that asylees no longer have to wait an entire year before filing for adjustment of status to a green card. However, the general consensus is to wait for USCIS to provide further clarification. Don't navigate the complex immigration system alone. Shepelsky Law Group, Immigration Lawyers for all 50 states, is here to help. With years of experience in immigration law, their team of experts will provide personalized and compassionate service to ensure that your asylum green card process goes smoothly. From eligibility requirements to physical presence, Shepelsky Law Group will guide you every step of the way. Contact them at (718) 769-6352 for all your asylum green card needs.

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The Latest Updates on Immigration News: What You Need to Know

Stay ahead of immigration changes and stay informed with Shepelsky Law. Our dedicated team stays up-to-date on the latest immigration news and updates to provide our clients with the most comprehensive guidance and support. Trust us to help you navigate the complex and ever-changing immigration landscape. Contact us today to learn how we can assist with your immigration needs.

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