Tips for Your Immigration Marriage Interview
Since the country’s founding, people from all over the world have been eager to call the United States home. And, if you're lucky enough to have found true love with a U.S. citizen who you wish to marry, this is one of the most direct routes to citizenship.Read More
Should a Green Card Holder With a Conviction Leave the U.S.?
If you’re currently a green card holder in the U.S., you’ve no doubt worked very hard to achieve this status and you don’t want to do anything to jeopardize it. Traveling outside the U.S. can get tricky if you have a conviction in your past — even if you’ve served out your sentence completely.Read More
Dispelling Myths About Citizenship
Someone from a foreign country who has been in the United States and achieved lawful permanent resident (LPR) status may wonder whether it’s worth the extra effort to become a U.S. citizen. After all, they have a job, a home, maybe a family, and things are going well.Read More
I’m a Citizen. Can My Family Members Be Permanent Residents?
It’s no wonder that becoming a U.S citizen is the hope of so many people across the world given how many opportunities it provides. There are a few ways to start this journey, but you’ll first need to become a permanent resident.Read More
Responding to NOID and NOIT
When your hopes and dreams rest on legal status in the United States, it can be heartbreaking to receive a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) or a Notice of Intent to Terminate (NOIT) from U.S. Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS). Understand that they are not the final decision.Read More