Immigration Law Blog

Can Spouses and Children of U.S. Service Members Gain Citizenship?

Those who serve our military are among our most honorable citizens, which is why very often, spouses or children of U.S. service members will qualify for expedited or overseas naturalization. If you believe you or your child qualify for naturalization, then you must read on and reach out to our experienced immigration attorneys to learn more […]

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What Happens During a Naturalization Ceremony?

Filing Form N-400, Application for Naturalization is the last major step in the citizenship process. This is an exciting time in your life–you’re almost there! Here are some of the things you should know about the final steps going forward: What are the different types of naturalization ceremonies? The two types of naturalization ceremonies are […]

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H-1B Registration Now Requires Petitioning Employers Pay a Fee

In a recent announcement, USCIS has declared that petitioning employers now must pay a $10 fee per H-1B registration. The change in policy, according to USCIS, is so that they can “modernize and more efficiently process applications to live or work in the United States.” While many opposed the fee, citing an unnecessary burden on […]

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TPS Extended for Six Countries

Those who are citizens of countries and are forced to flee due to unsafe living conditions may qualify for TPS here in the United States. Many people from around the world are grateful the U.S. opens its doors to them in their time of need. Recently, USCIS has extended TPS, or temporary protected status, for […]

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Read Our Latest Blog Posts

  •  Can Spouses and Children of U.S. Service Members Gain Citizenship?
  •  What Happens During a Naturalization Ceremony?
  •  H-1B Registration Now Requires Petitioning Employers Pay a Fee
  •  What Happens When My Green Card Application is Pending With USCIS?