Category: Immigration News
The Supreme Court’s ruling late Tuesday, which ordered the Biden administration to reinstate the Trump-era Remain-in-Mexico policy, marks the latest legal defeat for the administration on the subject of immigration. In a 6-3 decision, the court denied a...
Cap Reached for Remaining H-2B Visas for Returning Workers for FY 2021
The basic steps to getting an employment-based green card types are described below. If you are applying for an EB-1A or EB-2 national interest waiver green card, however, you can skip the steps involving an employer sponsor and file the application yourself. (It’s best to get the help of an immigration attorney for this.)
EB-3 or third-preference employment-based green cards are reserved for skilled workers, general professionals, and unskilled workers. A job offer, sponsoring employer, and completion of the labor certification process are required for all three
An employment-based green card can be obtained through employer sponsorship or, in some categories, through the applicant’s potential to benefit the U.S. professionally.
If you’ve submitted USCIS Form N-400 for naturalized citizenship, and cannot attend the scheduled interview, then you will need to send a letter to USCIS before the date the interview was scheduled. Use the address of the USCIS office on the bottom of the interview notice (Form I-797C).
If you’ve submitted USCIS Form I-485 for adjustment of status and can’t make your scheduled interview, you can request a reschedule only for “good cause.” In other words, you’ll need to convince USCIS that you are unable to attend because of circumstances beyond your control
Many types of immigration applications require the person (if living in the United States) to attend a biometrics appointment at an Application Service Center
Let’s look closer at some of the types of USCIS interviews, and the usual procedures for rescheduling. Also realize that on any USCIS appointment notice, it should give you contact information and procedures for rescheduling.
applicants filing for lawful permanent resident status are now able to apply for a Social Security number (SSN) or replacement card as part of the adjustment of status application process
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