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April 2018 Archives

USCIS marriage interview: a booby trap for deportation?

Marriage used to be a trusted way to gain legal residency in the U.S. As long as you could prove your marriage was legitimate, you were free to stay. However, in the wake of the current administration’s push to oust illegal immigrants, marriage is no longer the safe route to legal residency that it once was.

Certain immigrant felons may not face deportation

Ever since you were a little kid, you've believed fervently in the American dream. Your only ambition growing up was to move to the United States and live in a free, democratic country. When you were 18, you achieved that dream. You landed a scholarship at an American university, and you were able to start living your life the way you'd always imagined. After college, you found a good job and were able to stay. You met the love of your life, got married and had a child.

Understanding the labor certification requirement

There are many types of work visas that one can apply for when trying to come to the United States for a job. Different factors—such as your area of employment, job ranking and any outstanding achievements in your field—affect the type of visa you may be eligible for.

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