The US Citizenship Test: What to Expect & Preparation Tips

As you move down the path to becoming a United States citizen, there are goals you must achieve and tests you must pass. One goal is the US citizenship test, which proves to your USCIS officer that you’re ready for naturalization. What Is the U...

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Criminal Charges, Convictions & Your US Citizenship Goals

Becoming a U.S. citizen is a delicate process that can sometimes derail due to a mistake in your past. Yes, criminal charges and convictions can directly impact your US citizenship application. How Do Charges or Convictions Affect My US Citizensh...

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How Do I Locate a Relative or Friend Who Was Picked Up By ICE?

Under the current administration, immigrants’ lives are more uncertain than they’ve been in many years. Immigrants of all statuses, from undocumented to legal green card or visa holders, face an increased risk of sudden and unexpected removal. T...

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Understanding the Steps to Becoming a U.S. Citizen

Individuals living within the United States as resident aliens will experience many unique opportunities after becoming U.S. citizens, such as the right to vote and easier relocation of family into the country. If you’re interested in becoming a U...

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What Rights Do You Have Under the U.S. Constitution as an Immigrant?

It’s often argued that non-citizens do not qualify for the same rights under the U.S. Constitution as citizens do. This is not exactly true. Regardless of your immigration status, you have rights and the ability to exercise them. 972-445-7577 ...

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Immediate Relative Visas Are Unlimited, but Still Not Easy to Get

Family-based immigration is a tool to help people live full, productive lives in the United States. Parents separated from their children and spouses separated from one another are paying a terrible price. Immigration laws exist to help families reun...

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