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Opção de naturalização INA 319(b): cônjuges de cidadãos dos EUA que estão empregados ou servindo no exterior

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[Read Post in English] De acordo com o Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) 319(b), os cônjuges de cidadãos americanos que estão empregados ou servindo no exterior podem ter uma nova opção de naturalização. Normalmente, os cônjuges devem possuir seu Green Card por no mínimo três anos antes de serem elegíveis para se naturalizar por meio […]

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¿Cuándo debo presentar el I-751? O, ¿qué se considera una presentación anticipada o una presentación tardía?

[Read Post in English] La petición I-751 para eliminar las condiciones de residencia permanente legal puede ser confusa. Para empezar, vamos a dividir la I-751 en dos categorías: Presentación matrimonial conjunta, o algo que me gusta llamar: Estar enamorado de su mejor amigo Exención de presentación Dependiendo de la categoría de presentación, USCIS tiene diferentes […]

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Certidão de Nascimento brasileira para fins de imigração nos EUA

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[Read Post in English] As certidões de nascimento brasileiras variam em forma, dependendo do estado em que foram emitidas e podem ser encontradas no Cartório de Registro Civil das Pessoas Naturais do estado brasileiro de nascimento. No entanto, existem duas (2) versões que são aceitáveis ​​para a imigração dos EUA: versão padrão e versão integral. […]

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Presentación del N-400 mientras la I-751 está pendiente

[Read this Page in English] El I-751 es un proceso lento en USCIS. Es tan lento, que muchos consideran la naturalización N-400 mientras que la eliminación de condiciones I-751 está pendiente. ¿Es esto posible? El post se sumergirá más profundo. ¿Cuáles son los requisitos de elegibilidad para la naturalización N-400? USCIS requiere los siguientes elementos […]

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When should I file the I-751? Or, what is considered an early filing or a late filing?

[Leer Post en Espanol] The I-751, petition to remove the conditions on lawful permanent residence, can be confusing. For starters, let’s break down the I-751 into two categories: Joint marital filing, or something I like to call: being in love with your best friend Waiver filing Depending on the category of filing, USCIS has different […]

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Elephant in the Room: Unauthorized Employment

What is unauthorized employment? According to the USCIS Policy Manual, unauthorized employment is any labor or service performed for an employer within the U.S. by a foreign national who is not authorized to accept employment. This could include working beyond the authorized period or scope of one’s employment authorization or violating one’s visa requirements.  Here […]

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What is an INFOPASS?

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InfoPass is a free service that lets you schedule an appointment with a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Immigration Officer. This service can answer basic inquiries, assist in expedited services, and provide extensions to some Green Card statuses. The InfoPass system has undergone many revisions over the years. For instance: (2015) It used to […]

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US Consulate Immigrant Visa Instructions: Africa

Below is a list of US Consulates and Embassies across Africa that provide Immigrant Visas. The Instruction links should be the most up-to-date version of the Immigrant Interview instructions since they are webpages and the US Government has moved away from PDF Versions being the only form of Instruction, which has a high tendency of […]

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Can you send Unsolicited Evidence to a USCIS Immigration Filing, like the I-130, I-129F, I-485, and I-751?

Immigration can be confusing, and many people realize that they may have forgotten to send something or many things to USCIS with their filing. Now, the question for this post can also be titled: Do I need to wait for an RFE to send in documents? Can I send additional documents to USCIS without an […]

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