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Abandonment of Residency How to Preserve Your Lawful Permanent Residency
Abandonment of Residency How to Preserve Your Lawful Permanent Residency

Abandonment of Residency How to Preserve Your Lawful Permanent Residency How Do I Maintain my Lawful Permanent Residency? When traveling abroad in lawful permanent residency (LPR) status, it is helpful to keep in mind what immigration officials are looking for in evaluating ...

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  • Abandonment of Lawful Permanent Residency

    What is Abandonment of Residency? The term ‘abandonment of residency’ can mean various things; however, generally speaking, there are two ways to ...

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  • Avoiding a Request for Evidence

    If you have applied for an immigration benefit and immigration believes that something is missing, they will issue a ‘request for evidence’ (RFE). An ...

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  • What Can You Do to Improve your Good Moral Character?

    What is Good Moral Character? Good moral character is an immigration law concept. Good moral character is as much about the absence of specific ...

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    First and foremost, you should be honest with your attorney and USICS about having worked without authorization. If you lie, and immigration finds out ...

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  • Immigration Court Terms

    Attending Immigration Court can be a daunting and overwhelming experience. Understanding who the different parties are and what to expect at court ...

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    The U visa and T visa are both forms of humanitarian relief under U.S. immigration law and are both available for people who have been victims of ...

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    Immigration law is a body of complex concepts, words, and phrases. Below is a list of commonly used words and phrases, simplified into understandable ...

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    The T-visa is for immigrants who have been victims of severe human trafficking. Trafficking includes both sex and labor trafficking. Only 5,000 ...

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    The U-visa is a visa for people who have been victims of certain crimes, suffered substantial physical or emotional harm from the incident(s), and who ...

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