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Category: Enter The US

  • Canadian Visitors Interested in Extending Their Stay in the United States

    Some Canadian visitors may be unaware that they could be permitted to extend their stay in the United States beyond the initially authorized six-month period. We, at Berardi Immigration Law, have some important tips to keep in mind! When a Canadian visitor applies for entry to the United States, they’re typically admitted as a B-2 […]
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  • U.S. Drops Covid Testing Requirement for International Travelers

    Just in time for summer the Biden administration has dropped the Covid-19 testing requirement for inbound air travelers from abroad, ending one of the longest-running travel restrictions of the pandemic. Check out our Coronavirus Breaking News page for more on this subject. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love […]
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  • Memorial Day Travel Tips

    As Memorial Day approaches and people gear up for a long weekend, it’s important to keep a few tips in mind that might make traveling over the long weekend easier.  Green Card Holders  If you are traveling as a permanent resident, temporary or brief travel does not typically affect your status. You can leave the […]
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  • If You’re Trying to Get a NEXUS Card

    Watch our video below about what to know if you’re trying to get a NEXUS card, including how long it could take. You might also be interested in our blog post Check Your Travel Documents Before Summer Travel, CBP Announces NEXUS/FAST Enrollment Centers Are Reopening, US NEXUS Enrollment Centers Open Nov. 29, or ArriveCAN: Your […]
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  • DHS Planning to End Title 42

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has recently announced that it would be ending Title 42, a deportation policy that was previously put into place by former President Trump. Title 42 gives the government the power to deport or expel migrants due to public health emergencies. This policy was used during the COVID-19 pandemic to […]
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  • DHS Announces How to Apply for the “Uniting for Ukraine” Program

    After announcing the Uniting for Ukraine program last week, a more detailed memo from the Department of Homeland Security was released late Monday. The Uniting for Ukraine program will allow Ukrainian citizens who were residing in Ukraine prior to February 11th, 2022, to apply for humanitarian parole in the U.S. Should the applicant meet the […]
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  • What is Uniting for Ukraine?

    On April 21st, President Biden announced a new program known as “Uniting for Ukraine” in order to create a more streamlined and efficient process for Ukrainian refugees seeking safety in the United States. The program kicked off on Monday, April 25, 2022. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love […]
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  • Biden Administration Announces New “Uniting for Ukraine” Program

    On April 21st, President Biden announced a new program known as “Uniting for Ukraine” in order to create a more streamlined and efficient process for Ukrainian refugees seeking safety in the United States. The program kicks off today, Monday, April 25, 2022.  The program has a goal of welcoming as many as 100,000 Ukrainian refugees […]
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  • Finally Here: TPS Eligibility for Ukrainians in U.S.

    Biden administration expands Temporary Protected Status eligibility for Ukrainians in U.S. The government estimates that 59,600 Ukrainians could apply for TPS after the program is opened to applications on Tuesday. Watch the video below for the details. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love to hear from you.
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  • Re-Entry Permits: Keeping your Green Card during Long Term Travels

    Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) are allowed to travel outside of the U.S. and spend time in foreign countries whenever they please. However, a problem may arise when an LPR needs to travel outside of the U.S. for six months or more. Should an LPR need to reside outside of the U.S. for six months or […]
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