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  • The EAGLE Act – All You Need to Know

    The EAGLE Act – What You Need to Know

    The Equal Access to Green Cards for Legal Employment (EAGLE) Act was introduced by Zoe Lofgren and John Curtis on June 2, 2021. The act aims to raise per-country caps for family-based visa categories. As well as, eliminate categorical per-country caps for employment-based visa categories to equalize the green card backlogs. In addition, the bill […] More

  • USCIS Launching New Expanded Civics Test for Naturalization Applications

    USCIS Launching New Expanded Civics Test for Naturalization Applications

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had announced that it would revise the naturalization civics test. President Trump introduced the new test and started it on March 1, 2021. He expanded the test with additional topics and questions. So, that applicants desiring US Citizenship would need to take the revised test. The passing […] More

  • False Claims to US Citizenship Do Not Need to be Knowingly made to Make a Person Deportable

    False Claims to US Citizenship Do Not Need to be Knowingly made to Make a Person Deportable

    A false claim to US citizenship can have a major impact on an individual’s immigration case. At times, children enter the US at a very young age. And their family members tell them that they are US citizens. Children might also feel like they are US citizens. Because their parents naturalized when they were very […] More

  • USCIS Updates Guidance for Applicants for Change of Status to F-1 Student

    USCIS Updated Guidelines for F-1 Student Applicants

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is a government agency. They supervise and regulate the immigration process of all applicants around the globe. As well as, those who want to apply for an F-1 student visa to pursue their education in the United States can apply for a change of status and watch […] More

  • What Does an Immigration Lawyer Do?

    What Does an Immigration Lawyer Do?

    Immigration lawyers, unlike other lawyers, have a different role in the world of law. Immigration lawyers help interpret the immigration law. They will help you analyze your rights. Then they will go over the strategies involved and will provide assistance through the steps of the immigration process. Immigration lawyers deal with legal matters and laws […] More

  • The process of getting information from USCIS

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    How Do I Get Information on My Immigration Case from USCIS?

    Applying and qualifying for immigration for the USA is a long and difficult process. It requires plenty of patience; you have to constantly check whether or not your petition has been approved by the USCIS. If it did, what needs to be done now? And what should be your next step? How to File an […] More

  • Losing Your United States Citizenship

    How You Can Lose Your United States Citizenship after You Naturalize

    Once you obtain US citizenship, you generally own it for life. However, certain circumstances may render your US citizenship denaturalized. The action of denaturalization involves involuntary or voluntary actions that can allow the government to take away your US citizenship for good. In this blog post, we will discuss denaturalization and how it can affect […] More

  • What happens if my citizenship application is denied?

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    My N-400 Application for Naturalization Was Denied. What Can I Do Now?

    Are you wondering, “What happens if they denied my citizenship application?” Well, you will be immensely relieved to know that there are quite a few things that you can do for a denied N-400 application for naturalization. Having your citizenship application denied can be incredibly scary and overwhelming. With that said, the N-400 application form […] More

  • Immigrant workers rights

    Immigrant Workers’ Rights

    Every person in the United States, despite having an immigration status, has the right to work with pride. Unfortunately, most immigrant workers are often deprived of this right. Every worker has the right to work independently without living in the fear of not receiving compensation. Or being asked to perform dangerous or life-threatening tasks. The […] More