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Tag: 10 year ban

  • Year End Review of Waivers

    Have you ever been arrested in Canada or anywhere in the world?  If yes, then you may need a nonimmigrant U.S. waiver to enter the U.S.  if your offense is deemed to be a crime involving moral turpitude or CIMT.  This year end review will provide  an overview of U.S. Waivers.  At Berardi Immigration Law, […]
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  • Deferred Action is NOT a path to Citizenship

    USCIS begins accepting requests for deferred action for childhood arrivals on August 15, 2012.  Individuals who can demonstrate through “verifiable documentation” that they meet the established guidelines will be considered for deferred action.  Click here to view the guidelines.
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  • Case Study: Don't Let Inadvertent Errors Lead to Overstay Bars

    An I-94 is the Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) form used to track a foreign individual’s U.S. arrivals and departures.  U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) uses Form I-94 also. In most instances, Form I-94 must be completed at the time of entry to the United States by foreign citizens who are being admitted into the […]
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