When crafting your application for United States citizenship, it’s best to get it right the first time.
You’ll want to avoid these three common mistakes while applying for citizenship to ensure you can be on the path to your own American Dream right away.
What Are Some Common Mistakes When Applying For United States Citizenship?
1. Apply At The Right Time
If you have not had your green card...Read More
In the lead-up to the 2020 election, immigrants and immigration activists put a substantial amount of hope into Vice-President Biden’s candidacy to reform immigration and allow for kinder policies. Former President Donald Trump’s policies, were harsh, restrictive, and anti-immigrant.
Now nearly two years into the Biden Administration’s tenure — has much changed?
If you or a loved one are looking to qualify as a refugee in the United States, you’ll have to meet several requirements to be granted that status.
What Is A Refugee?
Understanding how the United States defines a refugee can help you better prepare your application.
According to the department of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a refugee is someone who:
It is located outside of...Read More
Program Chair Rebekah Grafton has put together a spectacular lineup of webinars featuring speakers who will discuss relevant topics about the latest happenings in immigration law. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to participate in any or all of these webinars to get the most up to date information on this very important practice area of the law. The webinar series will run monthly...Read More
At the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Trump administration used the law 42 U.S.C., known as “Title 42,” to prohibit immigrants from entering the United States if the director of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) believed their entry could spread an infectious disease.
What Is Title 42?
Title 42 was enacted as a part of the Public Health Service Act of 1944.
Today, it...Read More
If you’re seeking permanent residency in the United States, you might fear the court will deem you inadmissible, and you wouldn’t be allowed to remain in the country.
The United States Citizen and Immigration Services rejects or denies thousands of I-485 applications. Checking to make sure you’re not at risk of being deemed inadmissible before submitting your application can...Read More