08Dec
By: Katherine On: December 8, 2016 In: Immigration Comments: 1

If you've received a jury duty summons, chances are you have at least a few questions about it — or maybe just one: "How do I get out of this?" Serving on a jury is a right and a privilege for a US citizen. But it can also be...

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Adjusting Status, Immigration Comments: 1

Background checks have always been a part of the immigration process, but since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, America has paid more attention to people crossing the borders. A background check is an important part of the immigration process that every potential US immigrant must go through.

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Citizenship, Immigration Comments: 4

Dual citizenship is a confusing issue, and the United States' stance on being a US citizen and a citizen of another country can be pretty complex. Dual citizenship is allowed in the United States under certain circumstances, but there are many things to consider before you seek citizenship in another...

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Employment-Based, Immigration Comments: 0

The Immigrant Investor Program is a path to an employment-based green card for business-minded foreign nationals. However, there are some restrictions and regulations beyond just making a sizable investment.

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Adjusting Status, Immigration Comments: 0

If you're filing an application with USCIS, you may receive a Request for Evidence at some point during the application process. Receiving a Request for Evidence is common — just make sure you respond to it within the designated period of time!

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Family-Based, Immigration Comments: 0

If you are a United States citizen, you can sponsor your sibling for a green card. Sponsoring your brother or sister for a green card isn't more complex than sponsoring a fiancé(e), but there are some differences to be aware of.

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Adjusting Status, Family-Based, Immigration Comments: 0

Translation of immigration documents is a required part of the marriage-based green card process. USCIS requires that any personal documents issued in a language other than English need to be translated.

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Immigration Comments: 0

Form I-94 may be just a small slip of paper, but it's an important one — and if you've lost it, you'll need an I-94 replacement. If your I-94 is lost or stolen, there are steps to obtain a replacement that will make life in the US a lot easier.

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Immigration, Maintaining Status Comments: 0

The deportation process is more complicated than simply sending someone away. Knowing more about the deportation process can clear up misconceptions and help immigrants in removal proceedings consider their options.

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07Dec
By: Katherine On: December 7, 2016 In: Immigration, Special Visas Comments: 0

Can you imagine winning the lottery — but instead of money, you are awarded a US green card? The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program makes 50,000 visas available every year to foreign nationals who meet simple but very strict requirements.

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