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Newly Announced Immigration Action

On November 20, 2014 President Obama asked the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Attorney General to undertake new, more inclusive recommendations on reforming the United States' broken immigration system through his executive orders. The following 10 areas, confined to the law, can take action to increase border security, focus enforcement resources and...

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Immigrant Intent and the Dual Intent Doctrine

Immigrant Intent and the Dual Intent Doctrine

 

What is a nonimmigrant visa?

 

A nonimmigrant visa is a visa that is issued to a foreign national who intends to be present in the U.S. for a temporary period.  This period varies for different nonimmigrant categories. There are more...

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Expedited Naturalization Without Physical Presence in the U.S.

Can I apply for U.S. citizenship from abroad without physical presence in the U.S.?

Immigration reform created laws to eradicate the inequitable situation created when an immigrant spouse who, by reason of enforced absence from the U.S. occasioned by their U.S. Citizen spouse’s employment abroad, could not meet the normal residency requirements for naturalization....

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