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The U-Visa and Traveling Abroad
The U-Visa and Traveling Abroad

There are various times during the U-visa process that an applicant may wish to travel abroad. If you filed your U-visa application while in the United States, it can be risky to go abroad while the application is pending, or even after it has been approved. Additionally, an ...

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Blog posts in October, 2019

  • VAWA Basics

    In family-based immigration cases, the green card process typically begins with a family member petitioning for another family member. Under the ...

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  • Naturalization and Good Moral Character

    Naturalization is a way for lawful permanent residents to become United States citizens. One of the basic requirements for a naturalization applicant ...

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  • Humanitarian Parole

    Parole is a term of art used in immigration law and is a way for the U.S. government to let someone into the United States temporarily, without ...

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  • The U-Visa Waivers

    The U-visa is a visa for people who have been victims of crimes. An applicant must show that s/he: Has “suffered substantial physical or mental abuse” ...

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  • What is the New Public Charge Rule?

    What is the Public Charge Ground of Inadmissibility? Grounds of Inadmissibility are a concept found in immigration law. If an applicant for an ...

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  • Basics of the U-Visa

    The U-visa is for immigrants who have been victims of crimes. To qualify for the U-visa, you must have been the victim of certain qualifying crimes in ...

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  • Child Status Protection Act

    Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, a child is a person, who is under 21, unmarried, and who: Was born in wedlock; Is a step-child, so long as ...

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  • U.S. Citizenship Oath of Allegiance Ceremony

    Once you’ve passed the naturalization interview, you’ll be scheduled to take the Oath of Allegiance. The Oath may be taken at a USCIS office or a U.S. ...

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  • The Form N-400 and It's Pitfalls

    The N-400, Application for Naturalization is used by lawful permanent residents who would like to apply for U.S. citizenship. This form is filed with ...

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