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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
Deportation & Humanitarian ImmigrationImmigration

If my company transfers me abroad, will I still be able to apply for citizenship? Can I apply for citizenship if I have to spend time outside of the United States?

In today’s global economy, intercompany transfers between U.S. companies, their foreign branches, or subsidiaries are common. For green card holders of the United States who are planning to apply for citizenship, these absences from the U.S. raise concerns about whether…
September 6, 2016
Immigration

Immigration Tips for the New Year

According to a recent United Nations report, global migration increased by 41% since 2000, reaching 244 million in 2015, with 20 million of those refugees fleeing countries experiencing civil strife, such as Syria and Central America. The United States took in…
January 22, 2016
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