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  • Why Is USCIS Changing the Naturalization Civics Exam?
    Why Is USCIS Changing the Naturalization Civics Exam?

    In July, the Trump administration announced that the naturalization civics exam immigrants take to become U.S. citizens will be undergoing major changes. While the test was first issued in 1986, it ...

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  • Federal Judges Block Trump's Public Charge Rule
    Federal Judges Block Trump's Public Charge Rule

    In August, the Trump administration announced a new public charge rule that would allow USCIS officials to deny green cards and visas for low income applicants who would likely rely on public ...

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  • Four Major Myths of the Immigration and Naturalization Process
    Four Major Myths of the Immigration and Naturalization Process

    Immigration and naturalization service pros know there are many myths and misconceptions swirling around the naturalization process towards becoming a US citizen. Here are four myths that may be ...

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  • How to Spot a Not-So-Ethical Immigration Lawyer a Mile Away
    How to Spot a Not-So-Ethical Immigration Lawyer a Mile Away

    Hiring an immigration attorney may be the most important thing you do. Obtaining permanent residency, citizenship, or any other immigration benefit can be life-changing, but getting them depends on ...

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  • 5 Tips for Selecting the Right Immigration Attorney in Dallas for You
    5 Tips for Selecting the Right Immigration Attorney in Dallas for You

    Immigrating to the United States is a very complex and difficult process, so finding the right immigration attorney in Dallas, TX is crucial. There are many things you need to be prepared to evaluate ...

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  • Immigration & Naturalization Service Can Help in Obtaining a U Visa
    Immigration & Naturalization Service Can Help in Obtaining a U Visa

    Immigrants often obtain a green card through sponsorship from a family member or employer. This sponsor supports the immigrant’s application to reside in the United States on a permanent or long-term ...

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