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USCIS Employment Authorization Document and Certificate of Citizenship Redesign

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced in late October 2011 a redesigned Certificate of Citizenship (Form N-560) and a new design for the Employment Authorization Document (EAD). The USCIS made the changes to the documents to help fight immigration fraud and to ensure increased security for the US and for document holders. New …

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USCIS Changes in Processing Naturalization and Citizenship Applications

Applying for naturalization or citizenship is a huge step for most immigrants. Applying for citizenship means that you are ready to take on all the rights and privileges of US citizenship, including the right and responsibility of voting. Traditionally, the process of applying for citizenship can take several months or up to one year. Recently, …

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USCIS Interviews

The USCIS conducts many different types of interviews. Being prepared for these interviews begins by understanding some of the different types of interviews the USCIS conducts: Marriage interview. Every couple applying for a green card or K1 visa for a fiancée or fiancé is subject to an interview. The aim of this interview is to …

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The Department of Homeland Security Announces Study in the States”” Program”

Janet Napolitano, the Department of Homeland Security Secretary, has announced a new website for the Study in the States program. The new online interactive experience is intended to help the best students from around the world to come study in the US. The site will include information that will help international students study in the …

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USCIS Announces Deferred Enforced Departure Extended for Liberians

Liberians who are currently in the United States and working as well as living in the country may qualify for a new extension of employment authorization. President Obama has recently announced that Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) will be extended through the end of March 2013 for some qualified nationals of Liberia and for some individuals …

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