Section 237(a)(1)(H) of the Immigration and Nationality Act allows green card holders to be forgiven for their prior fraud. The waivers are not automatic, but they are worth the effort because they allow people to keep their green cards and even apply for U.S. citizenship
By : admin. | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on How Will USCIS’ New Internal Oversight Division Impact Adjudication of Your Immigration Petitions?
Reports have surfaced that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the federal agency that processes immigration applications, is creating a new internal division which seeks to “more rigorously police its own caseworkers.” more
By : admin. | Category : Recent Approvals | Comments Off on Approved Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker (I-140) – March 24, 2018
24th Mar 2018
The lack of family members in the U.S. does not automatically disqualify a person from obtaining permanent resident status (green card). Consider getting petitioned by an employer based on your education and/or experience. more
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