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Blog Posts in December, 2017

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  • What are the factors influencing successful or unsuccessful E-2 visa applications?
    What are the factors influencing successful or unsuccessful E-2 visa applications?

    Speaking very generally, Consular Officers have said that the most common reason for unsuccessful E-2 visa applications is lack of sufficient documentation. There are no requirements regarding the ...

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  • 6 Things You Should Know About Religious Asylum in the United States
    6 Things You Should Know About Religious Asylum in the United States

    Recent world news has put religious persecution in the spotlight. From the Palm Sunday church bombings in Egypt to stories of Syrian Christians being commanded to “convert or die,” we see people ...

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  • Daca & Dreamers: An Update
    Daca & Dreamers: An Update

    Dreamers remain in limbo as Senate and House members struggle to get a vote called on DACA. A Mid-December Update on DACA and the Dreamers. Where Dreamers Stand Back in September, President Trump ...

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  • Green Cards and Permanent Residency
    Green Cards and Permanent Residency

    What is the process for a Canadian citizen to obtain a U.S. Green Card? There are several ways to get a green card but the two most popular ways are through an employer or family sponsor. A typical ...

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  • Temporary Protected Status Program Ends for Nicaraguans and Haitians
    Temporary Protected Status Program Ends for Nicaraguans and Haitians

    What this means for TPS beneficiaries, and what you can do. The US has announced that in January 2019 it will terminate a temporary program that gave Nicaraguan immigrants protection from deportation ...

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  • Us Startup Visa Goes Live
    Us Startup Visa Goes Live

    Federal judge orders the US Startup Visa program into action, overruling an attempt made by the Trump Administration to delay this Obama-era program. The US Startup visa not actually a visa - it's a ...

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