Naturalization and Citizenship

How to Successfully File Your BIA Appeals?
How to Successfully File Your BIA Appeals?

If an immigration judge has passed an unfavorable verdict, which could jeopardize your immigration status or get you deported from the country, then you should immediately consider filing BIA appeals. The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) is the United States’ topmost administrative body that holds the right to hear, review and even reverse decisions rendered by district directors of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigration Judges. ..

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Has Your Immigration Application or Petition Been Unreasonably Delayed? You Could Have Options
Has Your Immigration Application or Petition Been Unreasonably Delayed? You Could Have Options

Increasingly, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) and other agencies have been delaying the adjudication of immigration benefit applications and petitions, including but not limited to applications for asylum, adjustment of status, naturalization, and petitions for alien relatives. In fact, it is not uncommon for the agency to take years to make a final decision in some situations. Such extraordinary delays can cause serious harm to applicants who are left in administrative limbo. Applicants unfortunately have limited options available to them...

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Pending Affirmative Asylum Cases: Everything You Should Know
Pending Affirmative Asylum Cases: Everything You Should Know

Do you know that 4 out of 10 affirmative asylum applications are still pending with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)? The wait times have further ballooned, averaging 1,621 days or 54 months approximately. If you are experiencing unreasonable delays in the processing of your asylum application or showing “pending” with no explanations thereof, it is important to seek expert advice from an immigration law firm...

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US Immigration Law for Undocumented Immigrants - Things to Know
US Immigration Law for Undocumented Immigrants - Things to Know

US immigration laws stops people from entering the United States without approval. This leads to the question: Can an undocumented immigrant stay in the US?..

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What Does President Biden's Immigration Bill Bring?
What Does President Biden's Immigration Bill Bring?

President Biden opens a new page in immigration policy, restores humanity, and highlights American values. The bill gives a citizenship opportunity to hard-working people who contribute to the US community and live here for years. The new immigration policy aims to unite families, grow the economy, and address the root reasons for immigration from outside the USA...

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US Citizenship by Naturalization | How to Become a US Citizen?
US Citizenship by Naturalization | How to Become a US Citizen?

Naturalization is the main pathway to the US Citizenship and becoming a lawful permanent resident or in other and more common words, being a Green Card holder constitutes the first and the most essential condition. Green Card holders can utilize many benefits that US citizens have. Once you obtain a permanent resident status, you can live and work in the US without any restriction. You also become eligible for a lot of state or federal legal rights and protections that US residents are entitled to. ..

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