adjustment of status

On Public Assistance? Feds Propose Denying you a Green Card

The Department of Homeland Security has drafted new rules that could dramatically impact the amount of legal immigration in the United States, according to a Reuters report. The proposed rule would allow an immigration officer to deny a green card to foreigners who are receiving government assistance, the report states. The Department of Homeland Security …

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Undocumented TPS Recipients Could be Eligible for Green Cards

A decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals paves the way for immigrants with Temporary Protected Status to adjust their status if they meet certain requirements. Back in March of 2017, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a little-known case that had a major impact on immigrants seeking …

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How to Get a Green Card

A permanent resident card (green card) permits you to lawfully and permanently live in the U.S. as a permanent resident. https://d1q9fbkwhm71k2.cloudfront.net/FR/Blog/blogandsocialvideos/HowtoGetaGreenCardPermanentResidentCard.mp4 Relatives of U.S. citizens usually receive green cards most quickly, and most people get a green card because they have family in the U.S., are working in the U.S., or have been offered employment …

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5 things you should know about the Green Card medical exam

Applying for a green card doesn’t only require you to file applications and submit documentation. Most individuals who are seeking U.S. permanent residency are also required to go through a medical examination by a certified USCIS doctor. A failure to submit Form I-693 (Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record) may result in the denial …

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