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Special Immigration Juveniles

Special Immigration Juveniles queens immigration lawyer

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Green Card, Naturalization, Naturalization Interview

Special Immigration Juveniles Special Immigration Juvenile (SIJ) classification allows a United States residence to seek protection of a juvenile court due to abuse, abandonment, and or neglect from a parent. If Special Immigration Juvenile is granted, they may receive lawful permanent residence as well. Eligibility: In order to be eligible to receive Special Immigration… Read More »

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USCIS Civics Test Naturalization Interview

Changes to the USCIS Civics Test for Naturalization Applicants

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Naturalization, Naturalization Interview, USCIS

NEW changes to the USCIS Civics Test for Naturalization Applicants USCIS has revised the civics test for all naturalization applicants who apply after Dec. 1, 2020. Now, a USCIS officer will ask you to answer 20 (out of 128) civics questions. Previously, it had been 10 questions out of 100. You must answer at… Read More »

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Pending Asylum Applications and Employment Authorization Document (EAD)

Pending Asylum Applications and Employment Authorization Document (EAD) On June 26, 2020, DHS issued regulations that will take effect on August 25, 2020, that will make it much more difficult for those with pending asylum applications to obtain an Employment Authorization Document (EAD). The new rules will: Increase the waiting time from 150 days… Read More »

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What to Expect at Your Naturalization Interview

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Naturalization Interview

What the USCIS officer will say and do during your interview for U.S. citizenship. Your naturalization appointment notice—which you will likely receive some months after submitting Form N-400—will tell you where and when to present yourself for your citizenship interview. After you receive this notice, you have only one major hurdle left to citizenship:… Read More »

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