Making Texas Your Home After Emigrating From Another Country

Perhaps you waited months or years before your paperwork was in order to come to the United States. Whether you were entering the U.S. through the family visa program or another program, such as employment-based immigration, you likely felt excited a...

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Basic Facts Regarding The Naturalization Process

You may be one of many Texas immigrants who came to the United States with dreams and goals for your future. Is your ultimate goal to become a naturalized citizen? If so, you definitely will want to research the regulations that pertain to the proces...

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3 Immigration Scams To Watch Out For

Wanting to live in the United States may have been a dream of yours for some time. Maybe you were a small child when you first had the thought of moving to a new country, or maybe you had a negative experience that made you want to seek better opport...

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7 Immigration Application Mistakes You Want To Avoid

Dealing with any aspect of immigration can be difficult. You may find yourself wondering about the various forms you need to fill out and meetings you may need to have with immigration officials. While you certainly want to make sure that your affair...

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When Immigration And Marriage Intersect

Like countless others in Texas and throughout the world, you may have spent your young adult life dreaming of finding a special someone with whom you'd want to spend the rest of your life. When you finally met a person that made your hopes and dreams...

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Are You Ready To Bring Your Family To The US?

If you are a U.S. citizen or a green card holder, you probably wish your family members could join you in Texas. However, if they are still living in their homeland, you may feel intimidated by the process of bringing them to the U.S. You know how co...

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What Happens If Agents Suspect My Marriage Is A Fraud?

When marrying a U.S. citizen or green card holder, you will receive a provisional green card of your own. This gives you conditional status as a resident of the U.S. and requires you to apply to have those conditions removed after two years if you pl...

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Exemptions And Accommodations For The Naturalization Tests

No matter how long ago you obtained your green card status in the United States, you probably still remember the anxiety and frustration of the process. Perhaps you had to remain behind while other family members waited for you in the U.S. Once you r...

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Social Media May Misrepresent Immigration Information

When looking for information, it is not unusual for individuals to go to the internet first. Because the web can offer numerous resources and provide thousands of search results in just a few taps of the keyboard, looking online is a convenient and o...

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Is Your Conditional Status About To Expire?

Coming to the United States under a conditional green card may not have been in your plans, but when you met and fell in love with a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, those plans may have changed quickly. However, one thing that does not happen qui...

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