USCIS Offices Preparing to Reopen on June 4

From the USCIS: On March 18, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services temporarily suspended in-person services at its field offices, asylum offices, and application support centers (ASCs) to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). USCIS is readying offices to reopen on…

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Trump’s Proclamation to Temporarily Suspend Immigration into the United States – What You Should Know NOW

The much anticipated Proclamation on immigration was just signed – Here’s what we know NOW. The order suspends the issuance of immigrant visas (green cards) for 60 days effective at 11:59 p.m. eastern daylight time on April 23, 2020 ONLY for those immigrant…

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COVID-19 Impact on Immigration: Non-Citizen Eligibility for Unemployment Benefits under the CARES Act

Under the basic requirements established in the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA), non-citizens usually qualify for regular unemployment insurance benefits (UI) if they are authorized to work. The federal funded unemployment insurance benefits under the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic…

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COVID-19 Impact on Immigration: Non-Citizen Eligibility for Recovery Rebates under the CARES Act

The recovery rebates under the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act are administered under tax law and has very specific requirements as to eligibility. Generally, noncitizens must (1) meet certain income limits, (2) have social security number, and…

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[Webinar Replay] COVID-19 Impact on Immigration

Here are the replay and slides for our latest webinar, “Legal Update: COVID-19 Impact on Immigration,” with the information you need to know about legal immigration consequences for non-citizens and employers of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis and government response. Watch the replay to learn…

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Permanent Residents: How To Apply For Citizenship (Naturalization)

In most cases, a person who wants to become a citizen of the United States through naturalization must first be a permanent resident. By becoming a U.S. citizen, you gain many rights that permanent residents or others do not have,…

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Permanent Residents: Getting A Reentry Permit When Traveling

A lawful permanent resident (LPR) normally may travel outside the United States and return; however, there are some limitations. A reentry permit can help prevent two types of problems: Your Green Card becomes technically invalid for reentry into the United…

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Permanent Residents: Renewing Or Replacing Your Green Card

A Permanent Resident Card, also known as a Green Card, is proof of permanent resident status in the United States. It also serves as a valid identification document and proof of eligibility to live and work in the United States….

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Permanent Residents: Helping A Relative Get A Green Card

As a permanent resident of the United States, you may help a relative become a lawful permanent resident based on your status. To do so, you will need to sponsor your relative and be able to prove that you have…

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Permanent Residents: Know Your Responsibilities

Everyone in the United States must abide by U.S. law, including Federal, State, and local laws and regulations. Permanent residents who fail to abide by the laws of the United States may have their status taken away through removal proceedings….

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