Immigration Now: Understanding the New Advance Travel Authorization Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans
DHS announced new processes through which nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela, may request to legally enter and remain in the US.
In this article, I will answer a number of legal questions regarding how you can become a U.S. resident after being deported.
It's possible to receive a green card from a step-parent whether or not the child was born out of wedlock.
Certain crimes committed by residents, even citizens, can impact whether their relative will be able to obtain a green card or a fiancé visa.
There are situations where it is possible to receive a green card if the U.S. citizen spouse dies before starting the petition.
Compliance with the Real ID Act will start in May of 2023 which will require everyone living in the U.S. to obtain new enhanced ID cards.
On October 19, 2022, USCIS announced changes that aim to remove barriers to the naturalization process for applicants with disabilities.
This rule requires all potential asylum applicants to file their request within one year of entering the U.S.