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DENIED I-751

Posted on January 15, 2020

I filed application USCIS FORM I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residency. The application was denied. Is there anything that could be done now? There are several options when Form I751 is denied. I will not get into the specifics of all the options that are available because the Option that is picked should make the most sense in light of the

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FILING FOR GREEN CARD VIA MARRIAGE

Posted on January 13, 2020

I filed for a green card based on my marriage. I have an interview scheduled with DHS USCIS Immigration at 26 Federal Plaza, Ny Ny. What should I expect to happen? Any marriage based application will require an interview before an Immigration Adjudication Officer. These interviews are usually done at the local immigration office. Ordinarily, when a couple shows up for an

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When you have a marriage based green card interview with DHS Department of Homeland Security USCIS and you "pass" the interview and your green card is approved, but you have not been married for 2 years at that time, you will receive what is called conditional resident status. Before that card expires , you are required to apply for the permanent resident

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Question: Can someone get a green card (permanent residency) if they entered the U.S. with a Tourist Visa and they marry a U.S. Citizen? Answer: If someone is not barred from admissibility, the answer is generally yes. However, individual facts may come into play. Question: If a marriage based application is filed, will the married couple be interviewed by Immigration (DHS)? Answer:

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We all have heard a great deal about asylum lately through the news and other sources of media. All of this information can be very confusing. I started getting calls with people entirely confused and think that filing for asylum is not available any longer. I'm going to list the most common questions I get and I will do my best to

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As you may have heard, the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that the Trump administration's rule that prevents many Central American migrants from filing for asylum in the U.S. can continue. Is this an end to asylum for those people? Not necessarily. It just temporarily blocked a lower court's ruling prohibiting Trump from doing that. However, we can obviously infer from this

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President Trump has pledged to increase immigration enforcement.  What does this mean for the undocumented immigrant?  This likely means that you will have contact with ICE (Immigration DHS Agents).  When ICE makes contact, they will determine your custody status.  What does this  mean?  To put it simply, they will determine whether they will keep you locked up or release you.  They will

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