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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How Long Does The Immigration Process Take?

When you and your family discussed the best way to improve the condition of your life, the conversation came around to immigration to the United States. Perhaps you already have family in Texas who have been urging you to join them, and your circumst...

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Did You Finalize The International Adoption Of Your Child?

Chances are, when you brought home your internationally adopted child in the early 2000s, you had been involved in the process for quite some time, perhaps even years. During that time, it is possible that the adoption laws underwent a series of chan...

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Are You Ready For Your Naturalization Interview?

Becoming a U.S. citizen may seem like a dream come true. You are among the countless people who make up the true melting pot of America, bringing your rich heritage to a country that promises freedom and opportunity. No matter your background, you h...

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You Need A Visa, But What Type?

You probably have heard many distressing stories about people from your country of origin entering the United States without valid documentation and living here for a time, then landing in a detention center when officials discover their undocumented...

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Who Is Eligible For Asylum In The United States?

Immigration is a complex legal area, and it is a sensitive issue for many people who already reside in Texas or wish to come to the United States. Traditionally, this country has been a place of refuge and safety for people who are fleeing from viole...

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Why The Number 150 Is Important To Your DACA Status

The year 2012 may be significant to you if you were brought to live in the United States as an immigrant before you reached age 18. That is the year the federal government implemented the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act. You may have been ...

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