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USCIS to Adjudicate Recent Asylum Filings Over Older Applications to Combat Massive Backlog

“Last in but, First Out” Really! Yes really! Zero sense!!! This was a reaction of many lawyers and asylums seekers  when  on January 30th, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the agency responsible for overseeing the nation’s legal immigration … Continue reading

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USCIS Brings in the Delayed International Entrepreneur Rule

A rule intended to make it easier for foreign entrepreneurs to stay in the United States while they set up businesses is being implemented following a court decision. On December 14, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced it will … Continue reading

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Status of International Entrepreneur Rule on Tenuous Ground, But USCIS To Begin Accepting Applications

The DHS is giving with one hand and taking with the other. In response to the December 1, 2017 federal court ruling in National Venture Capital v. Duke, the DHS is complying and implementing the International Entrepreneur Rule parole program … Continue reading

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How much do USCIS immigration forms cost?

USCIS immigration forms are available for free. You should never pay someone for a copy of a USCIS immigration form. You can obtain USCIS immigration forms for free from several sources: (1) USCIS website (2) USCIS field office locations (3) … Continue reading

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