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Immigration Marriage Interview Questions & What to Expect on the Day!

The thought of undergoing an interview, any interview, for just about anything, gives most of us anxiety. For marriage-based immigration clients it is no different. If you’re anxious, sweaty palmed and would rather lose a toe if it could get you ou… Read More
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10 Top Tips for Interviews with USCIS or Consular Officers

If you’re here, you’ve probably been searching for information about what to expect at an interview with a USCIS immigration officer or U.S. consular officer abroad. Perhaps you’ve spoken with some friends or family who have been through it to… Read More
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Marriage Problems Before U.S. Naturalization

If you’re reading this, you probably received your green card through marriage and you’re contemplating separation, divorce, or even both. Perhaps you have initiated divorce proceedings, or a Judge has already signed off on your divorce. Maybe yo… Read More
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Top Three Responsibilities of a U.S. Green Card Holder

So, you got yourself a green card, now what? Lawful permanent resident status (LPR), commonly known as a “Green Card” holder, is the next best thing to U.S. Citizenship. But it’s not U.S. Citizenship. Maybe you will pursue naturalization in… Read More
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Why Administrative Processing Can Suck the Life Out of You and How to Keep Your Sanity!

Ask an immigration attorney about administrative processing and you will probably hear: “be patient,” “it takes time,” “you’ll hear from them soon,” “not much we can do,” “it’s a waiting game,” yadda yadda yadda. I’m not kno… Read More
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Top 5 Tips for Conditional Permanent Residents Based on Marriage

First, congratulations on obtaining your conditional permanent resident status, which is not an easy thing to do in its own right. You and your spouse should celebrate this moment because it is a milestone worth celebrating. But let’s be clear, you… Read More
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