USCIS to Implement Interactive Voice Response Telephone System

This past week, USCIS announced that it will be making a change to its telephone system. In their announcement, USCIS has stated that it will implement a new interactive voice response telephone system for all English and Spanish calls to the USCIS Contact Center. The new interactive voice response system’s goal is to personalize the...
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U.S. Veterans and Service Members Can Now File For Naturalization Online

Recently, USCIS has declared that U.S. veterans and service members are allowed to file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization online in an effort to make the process both easier and more efficient for those who have fought for our country. Before this, veterans and service members could only file those forms through paper applications. Fortunately,...
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USCIS to Reopen In-Person Services June 6, 2020

If you are an undocumented immigrant looking to change your immigration status, you most likely have already experienced difficulties in doing so, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As of March 18, 2020, all USCIS offices suspended in-person services, outside of emergency scenarios, for what seemed like it would be an indefinite period of time....
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Will I Qualify For a Stimulus Check if I am Not an American Citizen?

Almost all of us have had our lives significantly impacted by the new coronavirus. Unfortunately, many small businesses are suffering, many employees have lost their jobs, and more, as a result of the spread of COVID-19. Because of these drastic conditions. Congress has recently passed a $2 trillion stimulus bill to help those who have been...
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USCIS Closes Offices Until April 7

As of March 18, 2020, USCIS announced that it will be closing its offices to the public. Though initially, USCIS said that offices would be closed until April 1, they now recently extended office closures until at least April 7, 2020, as we have yet come to grips with the new coronavirus. As such, you...
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Preparing For COVID-19 (Tips For Staying Safe)

The coronavirus has taken the country by storm, as events and gatherings rapidly close. Fortunately, despite all the commotion, there are several actions you can take to limit the virus’s spread. Please continue reading to learn more about how you can keep safe in these uncertain times: Consistently wash your hands. This is one of...
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What is an Immigrant Investor Visa?

There are few things more exciting than starting or expanding a business here in America. If you are an immigrant investor, you are most likely now looking into obtaining an immigrant investor visa. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced New Jersey immigration attorneys to learn more about the legal process going forward: How...
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Can I Leave the United States With a Green Card?

Become a permanent resident and obtaining a Green Card is a dream for many immigrants. However, if you have obtained your Green Card and wish to travel outside of the U.S. to see family, take a vacation, or for any other reason, you will have to follow a set of special rules. Please read on...
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Supreme Court Passes New Green Card Rule

Recently, the Supreme Court passed a law, voting 5-4, regarding the admissibility of immigrants who use public benefits. The new law states that immigrants who require, or will require public benefits such as Medicaid, housing vouchers, and food stamps are no longer admissible into the country. As of now, if you are looking to obtain...
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USCIS Announces New Electronic H-1B Registration Process

Earlier this month, USCIS has announced it will implement a new H-1B registration process for the fiscal year 2021. Essentially, the new law states that every H-1B cap-subject petitioner who is filing an FY 2021 H-1B cap petition is now required to register electronically with USCIS. Each H-1B submission requires a $10 fee per applicant....
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