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COVID-19 Vaccine requirements for green card applicants

Green card applicants must complete a medical exam and get their vaccines updated as part of the application process. But...
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Immigration Court recovers from catastrophic computer crash

Several weeks ago, the Immigration Court suffered a huge computer crash that took down not only the Court's automated Hotline,...
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Immigration Sent Me a Request for Evidence

You think your immigration case is going great, until you open the mail and get a Request for Evidence. It...
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Immigration Won’t Recognize My Divorce

US Citizenship and Immigration Services has complex rules about who is married and who isn't married for immigration purposes. A...
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TPS now available for Nepal

Immigration Protection Granted to Nepalese Temporary Protected Status and work authorization now available Nepali nationals inside the United States may...
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Top 3 Things to Know about TPS for Nepal

Top 3 Things to Know about TPS for Nepal On June 24, 2015 the Department of Homeland Security started accepting...
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New green card rules: early application for thousands

The changes announced on the October 2015 Visa Bulletin are ground-shaking. It is now possible to apply for a green card before...
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Bill Seeks to Change Legal Terminology for Noncitizens

In October, Congressman Joaquin Castro of Texas proposed a bill called the Correcting Hurtful and Alienating Names in Government Expression...
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Jamie Gorton Contributes to New Hampshire Bar News

Attorney Jamie Gorton recently wrote and published an article titled, “Family Law: Accidental Bigamy, Comity, and Foreign Divorces,” in the...
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USCIS Reaches Cap for Approving U Visas for Crime Victims

For the seventh straight year, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has reached the statutory maximum of approval for U-1 nonimmigrant...
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