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Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) (also known as Special Immigrant Juveniles) is a special status for minors who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected by one or both parents. Eligibility for SIJS To qualify for SIJS, you must: Be under 21 at the time you file the ...

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Blog posts in September, 2019

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    What is the Selective Service? The selective service system registers adult males for a potential, future draft into the U.S. military. Nearly all ...

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  • Application Pending Longer than the Published Processing Times?

    You’ve filed an application for benefits, had your biometrics (fingerprints) taken, and now you are awaiting a decision. Waiting is one of the most ...

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  • Naturalization through Lawful Permanent Residency

    What is Naturalization? There are various ways for a foreign national to become a United States Citizen; naturalization, through permanent residency, ...

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  • Asylum for LGBTQ people

    Asylum is a form of humanitarian relief granted to refugees who apply for asylum from within the United States. Asylum may be granted to an individual ...

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  • What is Parole & Why is it Important?

    Parole, under U.S. immigration law, gives the Department of Homeland Security authority to let someone into the United States temporarily. You can be ...

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  • What to Expect at the N-400 Interview & English Language Exceptions

    After filing the N-400, you’ll receive a notice for a naturalization interview at a USCIS field office. The interview will be conducted in English ...

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  • Talking to your Immigration Attorney about Prior Arrests

    When you meet with your immigration attorney for the first time, it is important to disclose every time that you have had contact with law ...

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  • I-751 Waivers of the Joint Filing Requirement

    Conditional residency is granted to people who obtained their residency through marriage, and at the time the residency was approved, the marriage was ...

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  • Chipping Away at the Defense of Marriage Act & Immigration Rights for All

    Both the federal government and individual states have the right to pass laws, which are sometimes in conflict with each other, making the ...

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