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Citizenship application changes might change wait times

A new policy by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is likely going to alter the amount of time it takes for some citizenship applicants to receive a decision on their case. For some, who are in the busiest offices in the country, the wait will be shortened. For others, who are in the least busy offices, the wait times might increase.

Employers sometimes struggle with employment visas

Companies who need talented workers will sometimes look toward immigrants to fill those positions. Coming to the United States on an employment visa or being able to remain in the country because of one is a big bonus to some of these individuals. It gives them a chance to do the job they love while building a nice life in this country.

Man wins case because of incomplete Notice of Hearing

The authorities in California were going to remove a man from the country, but he countered, saying he had lived in the state long enough to cancel the removal. The rule he cited said that he had to reside in California for seven years in a row. He had done that and more, so he asked to have it canceled.

Prepare for the path to citizenship

Once you are in the United States as a legal immigrant, you might decide that you are going to pursue citizenship. This is a big step that requires you to follow a specific process. We know that this can be challenging, especially since the immigration laws in this country change so often. We are here to help guide you through the process so that you are prepared for what's to come.

Know the requirements for family-based immigration petitions

Keeping your family together might be a priority for you. Family-based immigration is one option that you have to make this happen, but you have to be sure to handle it properly. There are many considerations that you must think about if you are going to try to bring your loved ones into the United States with you. We are here to help you work through the "red tape" so that you can move forward with your plan.

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