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Recently, the Supreme Court decided that the Trump Administration's reasoning for rescinding the Obama-era DACA program was unconstitutional. For many DACA recipients, this was a breath of fresh air. However, recently the Trump Administration has stated that it will be conducting a "comprehensive review" of the program, thereby letting DACA… Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we go about our lives, perhaps permanently. One facet of life that has also changed due to the pandemic is the way USCIS will conduct its operations. Because of the danger associated with the virus, USCIS now has various protective measures in place.… Read More
K1 visas, also referred to as fiance visas, are fantastic a means for individuals who are looking to marry a United States citizen to become citizens themselves. That being said, these visas are not particularly easy to obtain, and furthermore, if you have a minor child, you will also have… Read More
As you know, ever since the COVID-19 pandemic, workplaces and schools alike have been shut down across the country. Rather obviously, this has drastically affected the way we go about our lives. Many people are now out of work, students miss their friends, are unable to receive an in-person education,… Read More