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Increase Your Chances of Approval: 5 Tips for O-1 Visa Applicants

Boost Your Chances of Approval: 5 Essential Tips for O-1 Visa Applicants. Learn from an experienced immigration lawyer how to submit a strong application, gather necessary documents, demonstrate exceptional ability, and work with a professional advisory organization. Plus, check out USCIS's new guidance on properly documenting O-1B cases. Contact Shepelsky Law Group for expert guidance and representation. Call (718) 769-6352 now!

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VAWA Petition Pro Tips 2023 | Green Card for Victims of Domestic Violence

Are you planning to file a VAWA petition soon? Look no further! This informative video guide provides expert advice and valuable tips to guarantee a successful outcome for your I-360 self-petition. From eligibility criteria to presenting your case effectively during the interview, this video covers everything you need to know to secure your VAWA petition approval in 2022. Whether you're new to the filing process or seeking to increase your chances of success, this video guide is a must-watch for anyone considering a VAWA petition. Don't miss out on this comprehensive resource for optimizing your VAWA petition.

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Recent Immigration News: Updates and Changes You Need to Know About

Keeping up with the ever-changing landscape of immigration can be challenging, but our latest blog post is here to help. In our article, we highlight the most important updates and changes in recent immigration news. We explore how USCIS policy updates protect "aged out" children of immigrants, the new pilot program that permits domestic visa renewals for foreign workers, and President Biden's plan to limit asylum seekers at the border. We also delve into the latest developments in the difficult, protracted legal battle over the TPS policy affecting hundreds of thousands of immigrants. Stay informed on all the latest immigration news by reading our comprehensive blog post.

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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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