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Blog Posts in January, 2018

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  • What if I am from El Salvador and am on Temporary Protected Status (TPS) ?
    What if I am from El Salvador and am on Temporary Protected Status (TPS) ?

    Recently the Trump administration ended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for nearly 200,000 Salvadorians. Temporary Protected Status is afforded to nationals of eligible countries that are affected by ...

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  • What if I overstayed my visa?
    What if I overstayed my visa?

    It is important to keep in mind that if you have overstayed your visa, you may still have a future to obtain permanent residency (a green card) in the United States. Yet, if you exit the country – ...

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  • I came with a visa and married a citizen, can I get a green card?
    I came with a visa and married a citizen, can I get a green card?

    Many individuals fear that their unlawful presence in the United States will completely bar their eligibility for a future green card. In some cases, this is possible. It is always important to have ...

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  • When Can I apply for Citizenship?
    When Can I apply for Citizenship?

    Dealing with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can be daunting. USCIS is a large bureaucracy tasked with applying highly complex regulations. If you want to apply for U.S. ...

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  • USCIS To Remain Open During Government Shutdown
    USCIS To Remain Open During Government Shutdown

    USCIS To Remain Open During Government Shutdown For those that have pending applications or interviews scheduled with USCIS, please note that the government shutdown will have no effect. USCIS is ...

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  • Obtaining a Green Card through a National Interest Waiver
    Obtaining a Green Card through a National Interest Waiver

    Obtaining a national interest waiver (NIW) to get permanent residence status is now a realistic option thanks to Matter of Dhanasar , a decision issued by the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office that ...

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