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USCIS Definitions for Expedited Naturalization

USCIS Definitions for Expedited Naturalization

 

Regularly Stationed Abroad means your spouse's employment will continue abroad for at least one year after the date that you will be naturalized.  This should be clearly indicated on the employment contract your spouse holds, and the contract must be for the overseas work.  If it is possible, you...

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What to Expect and How to Prepare for Your USCIS Medical Exam

What does a medical examination for immigration purposes entail?

The medical examination procedure consists of a physical examination, an evaluation (skin test/chest x-ray examination) for tuberculosis, and blood test for some individuals. The vaccination requirements include vaccines recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). The immigration medical exam is for applicants of...

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Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA)

What is NACARA 203 in immigration law?

NACARA provides various forms of immigration benefits and relief from deportation to certain Nicaraguans, Cubans, Salvadorans, Guatemalans, nationals of former Soviet bloc countries and their dependents.

 

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What types of relief from deportation or removal does NACARA provide?

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Immigrant Visa – Consular Processing

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) offers an individual two primary paths to permanent resident status and a green card in the United States. One such path available for individuals who are located outside of the U.S., or who will be leaving the U.S. is called “consular processing.” Consular processing may be the...

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