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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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85 Questions to Help You Prepare For a H-1B Visa Interview

These are the types of questions you should expect on the day of your H-1B visa interview. This is only a guide for informational purposes and must not be relied upon. The Consular officer may ask you different questions from the ones listed here and… Read More
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Top 5 Reasons Your H-1B Visa Application Is Stuck In Administrative Processing

Administrative processing delays can be a problem for any visa applicant, and although some of the reasons below may apply to other visa categories, this article is specifically written with H-1B visa applicants in mind. This article in no way attemp… 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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4 Harsh Consequences of Bad Lawyering for the Immigrant Client

Even the most experienced and talented lawyer can make a mistake. We’re just human, and as humans, we’re as fallible as they come. But if you’re a lawyer’s client, or even a doctor’s patient, the consequences of bad lawyering, or bad doctor… Read More
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How the Internet is Killing your Immigration Mojo!

Update: As of May 2019, visa applicants will be required to list all their social media handles over the last five years before a visa will be issued. Don’t you just love having information at your fingertips? I mean, how great is it that in a matt… Read More
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Helpful Resources for Traveling With Pets

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) estimates that more than 40% of U.S. households now have at least one dog as a member of their family and 35% of households have at least one cat. Our firm loves all our fur-chil… Read More
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