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How to Change Jobs After Your Labor Certification Is Filed

To obtain an employment-based green card, you must first qualify under one of the categories established by U.S. immigration law. In many cases, your employer will then help petition for your green card through a two-step process of:  Applying for labor certification with the U.S. Department of Labor Filing Form I-140 with U.S. Citizenship and …

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How to Apply for a Green Card Renewal While Traveling Outside the U.S.

Green card holders have permanent permission to live and work in the United States, and they can travel abroad and return freely in most cases. However, if your green card expires while you’re outside the country, you won’t be able to renew your status until you return. Although it’s possible to gain re-entry into the …

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How to Replace Arrival-Departure Record I-94 Card Using Form I-102

All visitors who travel to the U.S. with a nonimmigrant visa receive an I-94 Arrival-Departure record from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This record is attached to their passport and serves as proof of legal entry into the United States. It also states how long the individual is allowed to stay in the country. …

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What Is Form G-325A?

Form G-325A was a USCIS form that collected biographical information from an applicant. It was a supplemental form that was only required in special cases. The information collected on Form G-325A allowed the USCIS to check the applicant’s or petitioner’s background and was fairly simple to complete. However, since 2017, the information asked for on …

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Requirements for Skipping the English Test During Naturalization

Becoming a U.S. citizen through naturalization typically requires that an immigrant take and pass a set of tests. However, an immigrant who applies for naturalization can skip the English portion of the U.S. citizenship test under certain circumstances. You must meet specific requirements to be eligible for an English test exemption. Depending on your age …

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