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Proceso Consular

El Proceso Consular es cuando una persona está buscando convertirse en un residente permanente legal(LPR) y va a una Embajada o Consulado de los Estados Unidos para ajustarse en su país de origen. Está disponible para personas que residen dentro y fuera de los EE.UU. El proceso consular es un trámite de varios pasos que…
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Consular Processing

Consular Processing is when a person seeking to become a legal permanent resident (LPR) goes to a U.S. Embassy or Consulate to adjust outside of the U.S., in their country of origin. It is available to people residing both within and outside of the U.S. Consular Processing is a multi-step process that may seem daunting…
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“U” Visa Certification

A “U” Visa is a visa set aside for victims of certain crimes, and their immediate family, who have been the victim of a serious crime while in the United States and are willing to cooperate with law enforcement in the investigation of the crime. If a person is approved for a “U” Visa, it…
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Public Benefits and Immigration

In the United States, any person can apply for any of the social aid programs that exist in the country such as SNAP and Medicaid. However, if the government decides that a person immigrating to the country will come to rely on cash aid programs like Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Supplemental Security…
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Realize Your Dream of Citizenship

There are many reasons an immigrant may not want to become a citizen. However, most of the time people avoid naturalization because they are facing one or many obstacles on their path. There are a few solutions to help raise interest in and dispel any fears and concerns about the naturalization process. The most common…
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What questions are asked in a family-based immigration interview?

Under the current administration, 2018 was a harrowing year for immigrants on many levels. Think tank the Cato Institute reported that, between 2016 and 2018, there was a 37% increase in the general denial of immigration benefits. And within that widening pool of denials were thousands of immigrants seeking a family-based “adjustment of status.” What…
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