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A photo is a must for legal paperwork. It confirms your identity and helps officials identify you. When it comes to green card processing, attaching a photo of yourself with the application is a must. This will be printed on your green card when it is issued to you. But you cannot attach just any […]

Having a green card is your ticket to living and working lawfully in the United States. But did you know your green card can expire? If your green card’s expiration date is drawing near, it’s best to get it renewed as soon as possible. Otherwise, you might find yourself in a situation where you want […]

USCIS was forced to take action due to a lack of funds. Thus, it announced that more than 13,000 employees will be furloughed in August. Despite contacting the Congress and asking for help, USCIS didn’t hear back from them. Therefore, having fewer employees means they will work slower. If you were approved for permanent residency […]

Having a green card is your ticket to living and working lawfully in the United States. But did you know your green card can expire? If your green card’s expiration date is drawing near, it’s best to get it renewed as soon as possible. Otherwise, you might find yourself in a situation where you want […]

As a green card holder, you have the right to live and work in the U.S. Still, you might find yourself in a situation where your green card is about to expire, or worse – it has expired, and you’re not sure what to do or what this means. Can you be deported because of […]

The United States is celebrated as the gold standard when it comes to freedom and citizenship rights. And that is true. American citizens are blessed with a progressive government system that offers equal rights to all of its citizens. In this article, we’ll discuss the five rights of a US citizen and the rights of […]

Between 2017 and 2018 alone, the average United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) processing time rose with 19% despite the overall number of cases received declining by 13%. Anyone who has applied for an immigration benefit will know the waiting times can be frustrating. One of the most commonly asked questions is, “how long […]

There are many reasons why you, as a lawful permanent resident (LPR), could need to travel outside of the U.S. for an extended time. You might also find yourself stuck outside of the U.S. during the coronavirus pandemic, unable to return for whatever reasons.  Of course, you’re wondering, “can I stay more than 6 months […]

If you’ve filed your Form N-400, you may be asking yourself “Can I travel after filing the U.S. citizenship application?”. After all, it would be a shame to not be allowed to travel just because you submitted this form. So, do you have permission to travel abroad? Let’s find out below. Travel Abroad After Applying […]

To obtain American citizenship, you need to get naturalized first. As part of the naturalization process, you must take a citizenship test in English. But what if you’re not comfortable in English and wish to take it in your native language? Is it possible? In this article, we’ll explain it to you. Do You Have […]