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Tag: Permanent_Resident

Waiving the Green Card Signature Requirement

Typically, a green card (permanent resident card) must bear a beneficiary’s signature. This signature is captured at the beneficiary’s biometrics appointment and electronically transferred onto the card. However, USCIS released a statement last week explaining that not all green cards must bear the holder’s signature. When a green card holder is physically unable to provide […]

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Frequently Asked Marriage-based Green Card Interview Questions

Typically, Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status applications require both the applicant and the spouse to be present for an interview before the case can be approved. For many applicants, the thought of being interviewed by an immigration officer can be stressful and overwhelming. However, applicants who are well-prepared should not worry! The Green Card interview is […]

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Re-entry Permit Basics: How to Preserve Your Green Card During Long-term Travel

Lawful permanent residents and conditional residents (green card holders) are required to physically reside in the United States, except for brief trips abroad. However, some lawful permanent residents may have continuing needs (such as family, employment or business) to reside abroad and enter the U.S. infrequently. In such a circumstance, the lawful permanent resident needs […]

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Preserving the Status of Children Born to LPR Parents

Per U.S. immigration regulations, any child born in the United States is automatically granted U.S. citizenship. This means that, regardless of their immigration status, the parents do not have to file any special immigration-related forms or follow any special immigration-related procedures in order to obtain status for their newborn. But what happens when a child […]

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