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May 2018 Archives

Family-based immigration for same-sex couples

The United States is a nation of constant change, but one change you may never have expected to see is the legalization of same-sex marriage. If you are an American citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may have spent many years trying to obtain a green card for your foreign national partner through the family-based immigration program, only to meet with rejection and denial.

Comparing consular processing and adjustment of status

If you want to work in the U.S., there are two ways you can apply for permanent resident status (to get your green card): adjustment of status and consular processing. In this post, we examine the core differences between these two application methods.

Am I eligible for an employment-based green card?

You want to become a lawful, permanent resident in the U.S., and for that, you need to get a green card. There are many pathways to apply for a green card. You could be engaged to an American citizen. Perhaps you have a close relative who’s a U.S. citizen or green card holder. Maybe you’re eligible for refugee or asylum status.

Things to know regarding an I-601 waiver

Few things may be more stressful for you as an immigrant than seeking valid entrance to Texas by navigating the formal application process. While you've likely been studying hard to learn how to speak, read and write in English, you may still have a language barrier that makes communication with fluent English speakers difficult. If you think it sounds like everyone talks fast and all their words start to run together, you're definitely not alone in your struggle.  

Applying for asylum at the border: what to expect

A migrant caravan has been making headlines recently. The group is comprised of asylum seekers from Central American countries—Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala—which are among the most violent countries in the world. The migrants, fleeing for their lives, have trekked more than 2,000 miles over the last month across the whole of Mexico and are seeking protection in the U.S. President Trump has strongly criticized the group and discouraged them from proceeding to the border. He even threatened to set up military forces along the border to prevent the caravan from passing.

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