Check USCIS case status online

Check USCIS case status online Check USCIS case status online If you have a receipt number for an application filed with USCIS, you can check your USCIS case status online. First you need to locate your receipt number. USCIS receipt numbers start with three letters. Those first three letters indicate which USCIS service center is processing your application. We will decipher those first three letters from USCIS receipt numbers immediately below. USCIS receipt numbers starting with: EAC – Eastern Adjudication Center,...
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Investor visa EB-5 extended to 09.30.2016

Investor visa EB-5 extended to 09.30.2016 On December 15, 2015, the Congress of the United States extended the investor program EB-5 leading to an immigrant investor visa in the United States. Investor program EB-5 was extended without changes until the end of the fiscal year, September 30, 2016.   Investor visa EB-5, its history and requirements Investor visa EB-5 was first introduced in 1990. Foreign nationals who make an investment of at at least a million dollars and create at least ten jobs for American workers over a two year...
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Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian.
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Adjustment of Status

Adjustment of Status What is adjustment of status? Adjustment of status is change of an individual’s immigration status from nonimmigrant or parolee (temporary) to immigrant (permanent) if the individual is able to meet all required qualifications. Adjustment of status is the process by which eligible individuals already in the United States can get green cards without having to return to their home country to complete immigrant visa processing. Consular processing is an alternate process for an individual...
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USCIS Field Guidance on Provisional Waivers

USCIS Field Guidance on Provisional Waivers The new law on provisional waivers In March 2013, USCIS implemented a new law called provisional waiver of unlawful presence. The new law is intended to help undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens to apply for and receive a lawful permanent resident status. An immigrant who entered the U.S. illegally and married a U.S. citizen must show that the U.S. citizen spouse will suffer extreme hardship if the immigrant is denied status or gets removed from the U.S. The state of law before provisional...
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