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State Department Requesting Expedited Review with Aims to Implement Public Charge Rule on February 24 to Coincide with Department of State’s Public Charge Rule

The State Department is working to expedite their new public charge rules in an effort to implements the rule on February 24, the same day as the Department of State’s public charge rule implementation. The original public charge rules were…
February 12, 2020
Family ImmigrationImmigrationImmigration Law Changes &  New Law

Can I change My Adjustment of Status Application from an Employment-Based Petition (I-140) into a Family-Based Petition (I-130)? What Are the Eligibility Requirements?

Interfiling is an administrative procedure described in the USCIS Policy Manual.  It is possible for an applicant whose application is based on a particular immigration category (either family or employment based) to have the pending application considered under another category,…
February 3, 2020
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DHS Proposes New Rule to Collect Social Media Information from Immigrant Applicants

The Department of Homeland Security proposed a new rule to collect five years of social media history from applicants of certain immigration benefits, including the following applications: ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) and Form I-94W, Nonimmigrant Visa Waiver Arrival/Departure Record for Visa Waiver Program…
September 5, 2019