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Child Status Protection Act
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 the child was under 18 at the time the parent/step-child relationship was formed; Was born out of wedlock, and in the case of ...

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Blog posts in Green Card

  • Cross-Chargeability

    Generally speaking, there are two types of family-based immigrant visas-Immediate Relative petitions and Preference Category Petitions. Immediate ...

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  • Grounds of Inadmissibility

    What Are the Grounds of Inadmissibility? When someone wants to enter the United States as a green card holder, or on a non-immigrant visa (example: ...

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  • Applying for your Family-Based Green Card Through Consular Processing

    Once your I-130 is approved, and your priority date is current, you are eligible to apply for your lawful permanent residency. If you are in the ...

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  • Abandonment Risks When Traveling Abroad with a Green Card

    Obtaining lawful immigration status can be a daunting process. Once you finally achieve that hard-earned status, you’ll want to do everything you can ...

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  • Immigration Matters - Preparing for a Green Card Adjustment of Status Interview

    The Green Card Interview is the most important step in your green card application process – so it is essential to prepare well for it. We recommend ...

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  • Consequences of Lying

    It can be tempting to lie about your circumstances if you think it will help you avoid deportation. That may seem like a good idea in the moment, but ...

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  • The Path to a Green Card

    A Green Card authorizes people from other countries to live and work in America. People who are already in the U.S legally are not required to obtain ...

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  • ICE Detains Immigrant During Green Card Interview

    A case of an immigrant being detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) during his green card interview at a Colorado U.S. Citizenship and ...

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  • What Happens if My Green Card is Lost or Stolen?

    A green card, which is written proof of your existence as a lawful permanent resident of the U.S., is necessary in order for you to show proof of your ...

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