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Blog Posts in November, 2016

  • N-400 Forms: What You Need to Know Before Filing

    Tips for Filing Form N-400 Every person looking to apply for U.S. citizenship through the process of naturalization must begin by completing Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, and submitting it to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). In simple terms, this form collects your basic information and asks several questions regarding your eligibility to become a ...
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  • Third Country Nationals Can Apply in Vancouver for U.S. Visa

    Third country nationals (TCN) – a person seeking immigrant status in one country but actually intends to reside in another country – may begin applying for their first H-1B visas at the United States Consulate General in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The announcement comes from the American Immigration Lawyers’ Associations Department of State Liaison Committee. It should ease immigration ...
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  • Watch Out for USCIS Imposter Calls

    If you should receive a suspicious phone call from someone claiming to be a government official, law enforcement officer, or representative of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), hang up immediately ! Several reports have surfaced of impostor government officials calling individuals using seemingly-legitimate government phone numbers and claiming that there is a problem ...
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  • Department of Homeland Security Launches New I-94 Website

    The U.S. Customs and Border Protection division of the Department of Homeland Security has launched a new redesigned I-94 website and an I-94 pre-payment option for individuals entering the United States. The new site, while providing the same functionality and information as the previous version, offers a cleaner and much more user-friendly presentation that is sure to be an invaluable resource ...
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