By : admin. | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on Immigrant Visas Through Employment Grows More Attractive with Reduced Backlogs
The waiting times to bring family members to the United States can seem endless. Sponsoring unmarried or married children over the age of twenty-one through family based sponsorship can take decades. This is one reason we always encourage exploration of alternatives such as employment-based sponsorship. In the past, employment based sponsorship saw long wait times as well but recently those wait times have dramatically decreased especially for nationals of the Philippines as well as for many other countries. more
An approved petition is the first step in your beloved family member immigrating to the U.S. This petition was approved as the “unmarried child of a U.S. citizen,” which means the child may immediately immigrate to the U.S. without having … more
By : admin. | Category : Recent Approvals | Comments Off on Approved Asylee Application for Green Card – November 7, 2017
Our client was previously granted asylee status but his chances of obtaining a green card were jeopardized due to his criminal convictions. However, we were able to successfully establish that his criminal history did not make him inadmissible to the U.S. more
By : admin. | Category : Recent Approvals | Comments Off on Approved I-485 After Entry with Fiancé(e) Visa – November 7, 2017
Our client was happy to enter the U.S. with a fiancé(e) visa, but she also knew that applying for her green card was the next step in the process. She can now be happy that that step has been completed as well. more
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