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USCIS to Review Denied Gay Marriage Green Card Applications

USCIS has now started to reconsider Green Card applications that were filed by gay couples and that were denied by USCIS in the past. USCIS recently issued new guidelines and stated that it would review all the immigrant petitions filed by gay couples after February 23, 2011 and that were denied due to the Defense …

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US Citizens can File Form I-130 for their Same Sex Partners

The Supreme Court recently overturned the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) stating that it is unconstitutional. Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, stated that she has directed the USCIS to review and accept family based applications filed by the US citizens and permanent residents, on behalf of their same sex foreign partners. USCIS will consider …

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US Citizens can Now Sponsor their Gay Partners for Green Cards

US citizens who married foreign nationals of the same sex, were prevented from sponsoring their same sex partners for lawful status in America and they were unable to bring their partners to the United States. The Defense of Marriage Act, DOMA, prevented married same-sex couples from obtaining federal benefits including immigration benefits and it also …

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Investment Green Cards for Foreign Investors

EB-5 visa program, a program of the USCIS, has helped and is helping several foreign investors to obtain US Green Cards. This visa program permits foreign nationals who invest $500,000 or more and whose investment creates at least 10 full time jobs in America, to become permanent residents of the United States. This is a …

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How to Arrange for Green Card Medical Exam?

Individuals who seek to immigrate to America must be admissible into the country and so they must undergo medical examinations and establish that they are not inadmissible to the United States based on public health grounds. Generally, adjustment of status applicants and people applying for V non-immigrant visas will have to undergo medical examinations and …

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How Long to Get an Interview After I-130 Approval?

Form I-130 is the immigrant petition that must be filed by a US citizen or a permanent resident, to sponsor a family member for a US Green Card. US citizens can sponsor a few other categories of relatives apart from their immediate relatives, whereas Green Card holders can only sponsor their spouses and their children. …

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