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Motions to Reopen & Reconsider with USCIS
Motions to Reopen & Reconsider with USCIS

Motions to Reopen and Reconsider are similar, but separate and distinct motions. You can also file a motion to reopen or reconsider with the immigration court; however, this article covers motions to reopen and reconsider before the United States Citizenship and Immigration ...

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  • Good Moral Character & USCIS Expanded Guidance

    For an individual to be granted naturalization , cancellation of removal, T-visa adjustment, or VAWA, they must demonstrate ‘good moral character’ for ...

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  • Period of Authorized Stay

    It is important to understand your ‘period of authorized stay’ to determine whether you are out-of-status and/or accruing unlawful presence. These are ...

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  • Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent Residents

    Being placed in removal proceedings can be an overwhelming and scary prospect; however, it’s important to know that most people have options. Some ...

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  • What To Do If You Are Charged or Convicted of a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude

    Charged with a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude If you are undocumented, on a non-immigrant visa, or a lawful permanent resident, and you are arrested, ...

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  • Good Moral Character & Two DUIs

    On October 25, 2019, the Attorney General, William Barr, rendered a decision in the case Matter of Castillo-Lopez, 27 I&N Dec. 664 (A.G. 2019) , in ...

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  • Immigration Options for Non-Citizen Family Members of U.S. Military Members

    Parole in Place Parole in Place is a form of parole granted to certain family members of the U.S. military. Parole is important because to apply for ...

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  • Immigration Options for Members of the U.S. Military & Their Family Members

    Can I Join the Military if I am a Foreign National? The quick answer is, it depends. If you are undocumented or hold a non-immigrant visa (NIV), you ...

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