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  • Trump Administration Announces New Immigration Policies for Citizenship Applications
    Trump Administration Announces New Immigration Policies for Citizenship Applications

    Last month, President Trump unveiled a controversial new proposal that will move the U.S. from a family-based immigration system to what officials in his administration have described as an ...

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  • New Ruling Blocks Trump Administration Policy Forcing Asylum Seekers to Wait in Mexico
    New Ruling Blocks Trump Administration Policy Forcing Asylum Seekers to Wait in Mexico

    In early April, a federal judge made a ruling that blocked a requirement set by the Trump administration that would force asylum-seekers who crossed the border to wait in Mexico until their case can ...

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  • How Do I Apply for Employment Based Immigration?
    How Do I Apply for Employment Based Immigration?

    United States immigration law gives foreign nationals a number of ways to lawfully become permanent residents and obtain a Green Card through employment in the United States. The following are ...

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  • What Is a K-3 Visa?
    What Is a K-3 Visa?

    A K-3 Visa allows a spouse to enter into the United States while they wait for their I-130 petition to be approved, or until an immigrant visa is available. Under a K-3 Visa, the spouse enters as a ...

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  • How to Adjust Your Immigration Status
    How to Adjust Your Immigration Status

    Am I Eligible for a Green Card? If you are an immigrant to the United States and would like to become a lawful permanent resident, you must apply for a Green Card. There are a variety of reasons you ...

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  • How to Get a Fiance Visa
    How to Get a Fiance Visa

    Talk to an Experienced Fiance Visa Lawyer in Cleveland If you are a United States citizen and you are getting married (or hoping to get married) to a foreign national, chances are you’re already a bit ...

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