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Breaking News: USCIS to Expand Interviews for All Employment-based Adjustment of Status Applicants

USCIS announced yesterday that beginning on October 1, 2017, they will begin expanding in-person interviews for applicants moving from an employment-based nonimmigrant status to Lawful Permanent Resident status through the filing of an Adjustment of Status (Form I-485) application. This change comes as part of President Trump’s Executive Order 13780, “Protecting the Nation from Foreign […]

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When Adjustment of Status Is Pending: FAQs

Foreign nationals who wish to “adjust” their non-immigrant status to immigrant status (permanent resident status) often have several questions about their current status while the adjustment is pending.  Here are some frequently asked questions to help you better navigate the adjustment of status process. Q: Can I travel while my Adjustment of Status is pending? In […]

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The Rhodes Family: An Immigration Success Story

At Berardi Immigration Law, we like to keep it all in the family! One of our favorite client stories is the Rhodes family. More than 11 years ago, Berardi Immigration Law’s Managing Partner, Rosanna Berardi, represented a Canadian client named Kristin Rhodes. Kristin was interested in working in the United States and reached out to […]

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We Submitted our Marriage-Based Green Card Application – What Happens Now?

After you’ve prepared all of the necessary documents and have everything signed, sealed and delivered to USCIS for your marriage-based green card application, you may be wondering what’s next. For Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status applicants, USCIS generally takes five to six months in total to process your application. It should be noted, however, that processing […]

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