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  • How to Replace a Stolen or Lost Green Card

    Our office receives tons of frantic phone calls from Lawful Permanent Residents who lost their Permanent Resident Cards, more commonly known as Green Cards. A Green Card is an identity document that is proof of a Lawful Permanent Resident’s status, as well as their right to live and work in the United States. The good […]
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  • Biden Administration Closes Chapter on Trump-era “Public Charge” Rule

    On March 9, 2021, the Supreme Court agreed to a Biden administration request to dismiss an upcoming case challenging the Trump administration’s highly contested “public charge” rule.  This means the Biden Administration has officially closed the chapter on the Trump-era Public Charge rule.    Under the Public Charge Final Rule, the Trump administration expanded the application of […]
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  • October 2020 Visa Bulletin Provides Significant Forward Movement for Employment-Based Adjustment of Status Applications

    On September 24, 2020, the Department of State (DOS) released the October 2020 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin, released monthly by the DOS, provides updated dates on when a foreign national can submit his/her Adjustment of Status (AOS) application or have his/her AOS case adjudicated. The submission and adjudication of the AOS application are the final steps […]
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  • What is PERM? An Overview of the PERM Process

    If you are an immigration lawyer, an employer who has sponsored a foreign worker for a green card, or a foreign worker yourself, chances are you have heard the term “PERM” before. The PERM certification is the primary step before a foreign national can continue their journey to achieving their employer-sponsored green card and is […]
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  • Delay in Employment Authorization Documents (EADs) & Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) Cards

    Approximately 50,000 green cards and 75,000 employment authorization documents for approved cases have still not been printed as of July 16, 2020. Reasons for this reportedly vary from COVID-19 related delays, limited financial and personnel resources within USCIS, and current administration policies. In a statement dated July 21 by the USCIS Ombudsman, the agency states that it […]
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