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Travel Permit: For DACA beneficiaries. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) continues to accept and adjudicate Advance Parole applications from DACA recipients.Here is some information on what to expect before,

Deciphering the concept ofpublic charge: everything you needknow. When a person is considered a public charge, he or she may be denied entry or permanent residence in the United States.Public

CHALLENGES AND BARRIERS FACED BY IMMIGRANT WOMEN. “That’s exactly what it was, I mean it’s like slavery, because that’s being in slavery and a person who is constantly abusing you,

USCIS announces changes to its fees: What you should know about investing in your future. On January 30, 2024, USCIS published a final rule to adjust fees for certain immigration

From Victim to Beneficiary: The Road to the U Visa. Experiencing being a victim of crime is a devastating experience, however, nothing should stand in the way of providing the

IMMEDIATE AND NON-IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS Under current U.S. immigration law, there are several methods available to citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents to petition for family members living abroad. Who are