Month: August 2022

August 30, 2022

Why A Background Check Could Benefit Your Immigration Case

There are many reasons why a thorough background check would be best to do before starting an immigration case. For example, if you are unsure about the entries you’ve made into the United States, a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) freedom of information act (FOIA) request will reveal all your interactions you’ve had with CBP. […]


August 24, 2022

Victims of Crime and the U Visa

If you or someone that you know is a victim of a crime and cooperated with law enforcement in the investigation of the crime (filing a police report, answering phone calls from the police or District Attorney and/or going to court if requested), you may file Form I-918 Supplement B, U Nonimmigrant Status Certification with […]


August 17, 2022

Employment Authorization Document (EAD) (Form i765)

USCIS offers Employment Authorization Documents to some applicants who have a pending application or case with them. These documents allow you to legally work and study within the United States during the validity of the card, they also make you eligible for a social security number. Upon being assigned a social security number, that number […]


August 11, 2022

What to expect at a Naturalization Interview

Naturalization interviews are the last steps for permanent residents who have filed their N-400 application to become U.S. citizens. It is important that you are well oriented for this process as you first need to know if you are eligible to proceed. Naturalization interviews can typically take around a year or less to be scheduled. […]