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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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Immigration Issues for Noncitizen Nationals. What is a Non Citizen National?

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Naturalization, US Citizenship

What is a Non Citizen National? Non citizen nationals are not considered U.S citizens, but they are also not illegal immigrants. Non citizen nationals are natives of an American territorial possession, this includes American Samoa and Swains Island. Non citizen nationals are entitled to free entry into the U.S like U.S citizens and are… Read More »

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What is Perm

What is PERM? Applying for a Green Card Through Your Employer

By Svetlana Prizant | Categories: Naturalization, PERM

What is PERM? Applying for a Green Card Through Your Employer If you have an employer in the United States, you may be able to get your lawful permanent residence status (green card) through that employer. Several common forms of green card sponsorship through employment begin with PERM labor certification. Continue reading to learn… 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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