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USCIS Now Accepting Green Card Applications Under LRIF

Exciting news for Liberian nationals: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is now accepting Green Card applications from certain Liberian nationals. The new process was created by Section 7611 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020, Liberian ...
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USCIS is Adjusting Fees to Meet Operating Needs

USCIS recently unveiled a potential rule that would increase petition fees significantly for victims of crime seeking to stay in America, undocumented immigrants seeking protection from deportation, and immigrants applying for U.S. citizenship. The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) reported ...
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Forgiveness for Immigrants Overstaying Their Visa

A visa overstay occurs when someone doesn’t renew their visa or leave the United States once it’s expired. Whether you overstayed your visa intentionally or on accident, it can cause some inconvenient consequences. Your visa will likely be voided, leaving ...
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New Criteria For Inadmissibility On Public Charge Grounds

News of the new criteria for “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds” has swept through the immigrant communities like wildfire since its announcement on August 12, 2019. Millions of current and prospective immigrants are wondering how the new rules may affect ...
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Visas for Victims of Human Trafficking

Contrary to popular belief, slavery is still in effect across the globe. In fact, slavery – which is also known as human trafficking – is currently generating hundreds of billions of dollars as it wreaks havoc on communities and individuals. ...
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What You Need to Know About Sponsoring a Work Visa

One of the most important assets of a successfully run business is its employees. If the employees are skilled and knowledgeable the business is far more likely to run efficiently and most importantly cost effectively. Due to this, companies are ...
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