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Immigration Fact of the Week (April 10 – 16)

Do U.S. citizens and green card holders need to present their passport to travel to U.S. territories? No. U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents need not present their passports or their green cards to travel between the U.S. and its territories like Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana …

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Immigration Fact of the Week (February 27 – March 3)

Will deferred action status provide a path to U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status? Obtaining deferred action status does not mean that the individual has received some form of legal status in the U.S. This status will not confer permanent resident status or U.S. citizenship on the holder. Deferred action is a form of prosecutorial …

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Immigration Fact of the Week (January 16 – 22)

What should I do with my Green Card? A permanent resident card, commonly known as a green card, is an identification document issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). These cards are for foreign nationals who obtain legal permanent resident status in the U.S. USCIS issues these cards to permanent residents as an evidence …

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Immigration Fact of the Week (December 26 – January 1)

As a U.S. citizen, how do I apply for a green card for my brother or sister? Only a U.S. citizen can sponsor a brother or a sister. Your brothers and sisters will fall into the family based fourth preference (F4) category. You will have to file Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, for your brother …

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