How much does a greencard application cost?

In January 2018, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services raised the fees to apply for a green card. The application now costs $1,140, with a biometrics fee of $85. The person petitioning for your adjustment of status now must pay $535. A total of $1,760 for filing fees. An immigrant will also need a medical […]

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Does a Divorce affect my immigration petition?

We practice both immigration law and family law, which are often intertwined. If you are in the U.S. on a visa that was granted based on your spouse’s application, a divorce or separation may affect your lawful status and ability to stay in the U.S. You must be careful in choosing whether and get a […]

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Marriage and Green Cards

While it isn’t true that marrying a US citizen will automatically get you citizenship, it does make it easier to obtain permanent residence, commonly called a green card. This process can be a long one, with a lot of paperwork to fill out. By getting the process started, however, you can ensure that you will […]

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I keep getting sent to secondary security at the airport

Some travelers to the United States are routinely subject to secondary screening at the airport without any explanation. The Department of Homeland Security Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (known as TRIP) is a single point of contact for individuals who have questions or want resolution regarding difficulties they experienced during their travel s...

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What Is TPS And Who Does It Apply To?

Temporary protected status (also called “TPS”) is a temporary immigration status to the United States, granted to eligible nationals of the following countries including • El Salvador, • Honduras • Haiti • Nepal • Syria • Nicaragua • Yemen • Sudan, • Somalia and South Sudan ————— The Department of Homeland ...

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