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DACA 2017 – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

Under President Trump’s direction, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is being phased out by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) starting September 5, 2017. What does this mean? The DACA program will cease to exist shortly as USCIS will not accept new applications for DACA and only certain applications for DACA renewal …

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What if My Green Card Application is Denied by the USCIS?

The path to United States Green Cards is at times long and tiresome as the USCIS denies Green Card applications for various reasons. Your application will be denied if you are ineligible for permanent resident status or if you do not meet the application requirements. At times, the denial might be due to USCIS administrative …

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How to E-File an Application to Renew My Green Card?

According to the US immigration laws, all the permanent residents must always have their valid Green Cards with them. United States grants Green Cards to individuals who are authorized to live permanently in the country but USCIS does not grant them permanent resident cards that are valid for a life time. Hence, the permanent residents …

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New Format of Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card

Green Cards are federal identity documents issued to citizens of foreign countries who seek to remain in America on a permanent basis and these cards are issued to the permanent residents as a proof of their status. Hence, it is the responsibility of a permanent resident to keep his card safe. As the Green Cards …

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How Long can I Remain in the United States With an F-1 Visa?

A foreign national must apply for and obtain a student visa, to study in the United States. An international student must follow certain guidelines and submit few documents, to prove that he is eligible to study in America. F and M student visas allow international students to get into the United States as students. They …

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