Category: Parole in Place (PIP)


¿Cómo verifico los tiempos de procesamiento de USCIS?

Las preguntas más comunes que recibe un bufete de abogados de inmigración son: ¿Cuánto tiempo durará mi caso de inmigración? ¿Por qué el USCIS ha tomado más de medio año en mi caso? ¿Por qué no se ha actualizado el estado del caso en línea en los últimos meses? ¿No están procesando mi caso? ¿Cómo […]

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How do I check USCIS processing times?

The most common questions an Immigration Law Firm receives are: How long is my immigration case going to take? Why has USCIS taken over half a year in my case? Why hasn’t the online case status updated over the past few months, aren’t they processing my case? How can I figure out how long USCIS […]

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Public Charge Bond and Form I-945

[Leer Post en Espanol]     [Ler Post em Português] Amongst all of the changes surrounding the new Final “Public Charge” Rule, implementation of a severe immigration tool has been created: an $8100 Public Charge Bond. This article will be aimed to answer the following basic questions: What is a Public Charge Bond? How much does […]

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I-944: What is it and How it affects Green Card Filings

Effective October 15, 2019, USCIS will require a more enhanced way to screen the financial stability of the Petitioner and of the Beneficiary of a Green Card, Adjustment of Status Filing. This change arises from the August 14, 2019 publication of the Final Rule on Public Charge Ground of Inadmissibility. USCIS will release and mandatorily […]

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USCIS: The Return of an Enforcement Agency

USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) underwent a drastic policy shift in July 2018. The sleeping giant has been the foundation of US immigration filings predominately to (1) US Citizen Spouses, Children, and Parents, (2) Lawful Permanent Residents seeking to continue their permanent status or to become a US Citizen, and (3) Employment Entities. However, […]

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Military Deferred Action: A Parole in Place (PIP) Alternative

[Leer Post en Espanol] Military Deferred Action is an alternative filing option to Military Parole in Place. However, not every alternative is better. The purpose of Deferred Action is to “Defer” the “Action of deportation.” To qualify for Deferred Action, the Applicant is usually unable to apply for Adjustment of Status. If someone is unable […]

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What does a USCIS Receipt Number (MSC, LIN, SRC, EAC, WAC, IOE) Mean?

[Leer Publicación en español]   [Ler Post em Português] A USCIS Receipt Number is very similar to tracking a package on Amazon. The Receipt Number, better called a tracking number, allows a recipient to track a filing online, over the phone, or in person at an INFOPASS. Now, let’s dive deeper!!! The Receipt Number can be […]

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