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Dual Nationality: A List of Countries that may or may not allow two nationalities with one being a Naturalized US Citizen

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Dual Nationality is a common topic in US Immigration Law, specifically when someone Naturalizes as a US Citizen. This list is a quick reference guide; however, laws can change in other countries and many countries have many “nuances” that this post will not cover.  Thus, a citizen of a foreign country should consult country-specific resources. […]

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Requisitos de inmigración de EE. UU .: Certificados de nacimiento, matrimonio, divorcio y policías en Colombia

[Read Post in English] El proceso de inmigración de los Estados Unidos es muy estricto en lo que respecta a los requisitos de documentación. El Centro Nacional de Visas (NVC) es la guía líder sin importar si está solicitando una Tarjeta Verde en los Estados Unidos a través del proceso de Ajuste de Estatus, en […]

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December 4, 2020 Update: DACA Court Order

On December 7, 2020, USCIS responded to the Opinion of Judge Nicholas George Garaufis of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York from November 14, 2020, and the Judge’s subsequent Order from December 4, 2020. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is: Accepting first-time requests for consideration of deferred action under […]

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Portuguese Birth Certificate for US Immigration Purposes

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US Immigration Agencies (USCIS, NVC, and DOS) provide the following Portugal Birth Certificate requirements: There are two formats: “Assento de Nascimento” (Note: The validity is six months from the date of issuance.) “Certidao do Assento de Nascimento em modelo internacional” (This international form is written in several European languages.) Either version is acceptable. Cost: The […]

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The I-864 (I-485) Request for Evidence (RFE): What to do when you receive it

The I-864 Affidavit of Support is a required document for most Adjustment of Status Filings, especially family-based filings such as a filing for an Immigrant Spouse, Child, or Parent. The I-864 assesses the Financial Capabilities of the Petitioner, and determines Sponsorship Eligibility. Now, if you are receiving the RFE or Request for Evidence for the […]

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