Filipinos who misrepresented their marital status by claiming to be single when, in fact, they were married prior to immigrating to the United States may obtain a waiver of the fraud without fear of being deported and may then immigrate … more
Many permanent residents are anxiously waiting to become naturalized United States Citizens, thinking that U.S. citizenship will get their children here faster. Unfortunately for Filipinos, naturalization often does just the opposite, increasing the waiting period up to 30 years or … more
Thousands of Filipinos who lost U.S. Citizenship may now have their U.S. Citizenship restored. However, many former U.S. Citizens are not even aware that they were a U.S. Citizens, and secondly that this benefit may now be restored. This is … more
Until recently, many abused spouses and children could not obtain a green card unless their U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident spouse or parent filed an immigrant visa petition on their behalf. Because of this, the battered spouse or child would … more
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