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According to a recent Pew Research study, over 71% of millennials consider themselves allies with the LGBT community. Nationwide, over 56% of Americans favor same-sex marriage. This is an significant increase over the last decade! However, as the U.S. becomes more and more accepting of the gay commu ...
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MAJOR delays at USCIS!

Our firm has noticed a recent trend of excessive delays at USCIS. Whether due to anticipation about upcoming elections, our nation’s current political turmoil, or just an enormous backlog of applications, USCIS has been taking much longer than normal to process and complete immigration cases.At ou ...
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Changing your Address with USCIS

If you have a case currently pending with USCIS and you change your address, you must notify USCIS as soon as possible, no later than 10 days after your move.This is vital to ensure proper delivery of important documents and timely processing of your case.Do not wait to inform USCIS of your new cont ...
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Info about InfoPass

Have a question about your immigration case? You can go online and make an “InfoPass appointment” with the customer service unit at your local USCIS Field Office. InfoPass is a free service that allows you schedule an in-person meeting with a low-level Immigration Officer to speak about your cas ...
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How To Get A Copy Of Your Immigration History

Under FOIA/ PA, the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act, anyone has the right to request access to a federal agencies’ records or information. Citizens and non-citizens alike can make FOIA requests. FOIA can apply to any government agency, from The Department of Homeland Security (USCIS) to ...
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Welcome New Americans!

This past weekend we celebrated 239 years of American Independence. While some people were celebrating with burgers, fireworks, friends and family, many others were celebrating by becoming United States citizens. In honor of Independence Day, USCIS holds annual country-wide naturalization ceremonies ...
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Agencies of Immigration: DHS

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is one of the four main federal agencies dealing with immigration in the United States. DHS encompasses U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Customs & Borde ...
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The Waiting is the Hardest Part

Many people residing in the United States are undocumented, hoping to one day become legal U.S. residents. First, these undocumented individuals have to decipher which immigration path best suits them (marriage and family based green cards, work visas, special circumstances). They may need to find s ...
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