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If you or someone you know is currently going through the U.S. immigration system, you understand how complex it can be. One question that frequently comes up is, “What is a certificate of citizenship vs a certificate of naturalization?”. In this article, we will look......

Once a person becomes a U.S. citizen, they have the ability to sponsor green cards for siblings, their spouses, and any unmarried children under the age of 21. However, there is a catch to obtaining green cards for brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens, and......

Did you know there are about 1.2 million undocumented immigrants married to U.S. citizens? A U.S. citizen being married to an undocumented immigrant is a more common scenario than you might imagine. If you or your spouse is an undocumented immigrant, and you are looking......

Gaining access to the United States of America can be a complex and confusing process if you’re trying to live and work in the country. While there are many options such as work visas, spousal visas, or refugee visas, not everyone can qualify for those......

Each year, the United States receive thousands of people that arrive at the United States border applying for Asylum as a way to protect themselves from persecution in their home countries. People applying for asylum have to navigate a very overwhelming and complex process that......

There are multiple ways to obtain U.S. citizenship if you have not been born inside the United States. People who weren’t born in the U.S., or one of its territories, must apply and prove their citizenship through the processes of either derivation, naturalization, or acquisition.......

Navigating the U.S. immigration system is often a confusing and sometimes overwhelming process, especially if you are coming from dangerous circumstances. People who assist U.S. law enforcement and government officials with the investigation and prosecution of criminals may travel to the U.S. under a U-Visa.......

If you are currently working with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on obtaining your visa, you may be anxious about ensuring the process goes as smoothly and quickly as possible.  First impressions can be very important, so once your interview is scheduled......

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