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February 1, 2022
What is the process of legalizing through US citizen kids?

People seem to be super confused because there’s so many ideas and TikToks and YouTube videos out there. People get confused about how in reality they can legalize if they have US citizen children. There are questions about whether those kids were born here, if they became a citizen through another parent or through some […]


January 30, 2022
Can immigrants get a social security number in the US? Do immigrants NEED social security cards?

Social security is a really important piece of the immigration process. In short — anyone who has a Work Permit (Employment Authorization), including: 📄VAWA approved self-petitioners 📝Asylum applicants and Asylum approved holders 🗂Work Visa holders 📂Applicants for Green Card 📗Green card holders 👪DACA 📚😬Students with Hardship 👨‍🎓OPT students Who has to apply for a social […]


January 19, 2022
JUST DO YOUR JOB, U.S. IMMIGRATION!!

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is an agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that handles naturalization and immigration in America. USCIS just released its report for work completed and statistics for the Fiscal Year 2021, and they are horrendously backlogged! The delays tripled from 2020 to 2021. How […]


January 19, 2022
Filing for Asylum Late, after 1 year – Exceptions to 1-year filing rule

If you did not enter the United States lawfully (like entering without a visa or without inspection), or you overstayed your visa here, you must apply for asylum within 1 year of your entry. However, if you entered the U.S. using an immigrant or a nonimmigrant visa (such as a tourist or student visa) or […]


January 13, 2022
Green Cards Wasted as Backlog Triples in 2021

The latest report released by the USCIS on the first day of 2022 is quite surprising but expected. The information contained in the report about the processing and case completion data of all the different categories of applications shows that more than 200000 green cards were wasted in the previous year, 2022. USCIS Report in […]


January 11, 2022
The Process For And Way To Ace Your Marriage Green Card Interview

The American government offers nationality status or citizenship to the spouses of a United States citizen, but this requires the spouse to appear for an in-person interview with their partner to verify the legality of their marriage and if the spouse meets all the legal parameters laid down as per US law. To begin with, […]


January 4, 2022
Department of State Proposed to Raise Most of Non-Immigrant Consular Visa Fees as Follows

Nonimmigrant Visa Application and Border Crossing Card Processing Fees (per person fee) to be increased as follows when filing at Consulates for these visas. 1.      J-1 Waiver of Two-Year Residency Requirement.  The Department proposes to increase the J-1 Waiver fee from $120 to $510. Certain categories of J-1 Exchange Students/visitors who come here for Work/Study to US […]


December 20, 2021
Immigrant Visa Backlogs Crisis -Possible Solution Proposed by AILA

Immigration and the US – Polarizing Debates Immigration has always been an area of fierce debate and arguments in the US. Moreover, the routine visa services are severely impacted by the Covid-19 Pandemic. It has put some firm barriers in front of applicants applying for immigrating to the United States. Current Status – US Immigration […]


December 20, 2021
5 BIGGEST MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE DURING DIVORCE, WHICH WE SEE DAILY IN OUR PRACTICE

So now you’ve decided that you want to get a divorce. You might be feeling relieved, or angry, or sad. After all, this is an important decision and carries with it a lot of emotional weight. The truth is that even if you’re the one who wants the divorce, ending your marriage isn’t always easy—and […]


December 15, 2021
What are all of the types of work permits?

Defining Work Permit Authorization As Per The Immigration Law The immigration law of the United States is federal and uniform across all the states; as a result, law firms can offer assistance throughout the country. The immigration codes on the work authorization are the basis of filing for a work permit in the United States […]


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