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  • USCIS Makes Changes to Asylum Interview Scheduling
    USCIS Makes Changes to Asylum Interview Scheduling

    On January 31, 2018, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that the agency will schedule asylum interviews for recent applications ahead of older filings. The new process is an ...

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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 Does Asylum Work in the United States?
    How Does Asylum Work in the United States?

    Difference Between Asylum and Refugee Status According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services , both asylum and refugee status are protective classifications that provide distinct benefits to ...

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  • What Should I Do if ICE Comes to My House?
    What Should I Do if ICE Comes to My House?

    Get a Cleveland Immigration Attorney on Your Side Whether you are an undocumented student, a recent undocumented immigrant, a green card-holder, or person of any other immigrant status, you may have ...

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  • Am I Eligible to Sponsor an Immigrant Family Member?
    Am I Eligible to Sponsor an Immigrant Family Member?

    According to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) , anyone who wishes to sponsor an immigrant family member must complete Form I-864, Affidavit of Support Under Section 213A of ...

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  • Red Flags that Make USCIS Suspicious of Marriage Fraud
    Red Flags that Make USCIS Suspicious of Marriage Fraud

    One of the ways an individual can qualify for a green card is through marriage with a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident. However, that can bring up questions from U.S. Citizenship and ...

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