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Immigration Statuses in the United States

Immigration Statuses in the United States

Immigration Statuses in the United States The United States has long been a beacon of hope and opportunity for people around the world seeking a better life. With a diverse and dynamic population, the U.S. offers various immigration pathways, each leading to different statuses and rights. Understanding these immigration statuses is crucial for those navigating […]

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Qualifying Circumstances for T Visa Eligibility

Qualifying Circumstances for T Visa Eligibility

Qualifying Circumstances for T Visa Eligibility Examples and insights into circumstances that may qualify someone as a victim of human trafficking: To be eligible for a T visa, an individual must be a victim of a severe form of human trafficking, which involves situations where force, fraud, or coercion is used for the purpose of […]

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WHAT IS A T VISA AND DO YOU QUALIFY? Casas Immigration , Ltd. visas, Temporary Status, Citizenship

WHAT IS A T VISA AND DO YOU QUALIFY?

WHAT IS A T VISA AND DO YOU QUALIFY? What is the T Visa? A T visa is a nonimmigrant visa specifically designed to provide immigration protection to victims of various forms of human trafficking. This visa allows victims to stay in the United States and build a new life free from the threat of […]

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Common Immigration Challenges in the United States and How to Overcome Them

Common Immigration Challenges in the United States and How to Overcome Them

Common Immigration Challenges in the United States and How to Overcome Them Embarking on the journey toward U.S. residency or citizenship is a monumental step and it comes with its fair share of challenges. The U.S. immigration system, with its intricacies and evolving policies, can be daunting. In this blog, we’ll not only shed light […]

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Navigating the 90-Day Rule in the U.S. Immigration Process

Navigating the 90-Day Rule in the U.S. Immigration Process

Navigating the 90-Day Rule in the U.S. Immigration Process What is the 90-Day Rule? The 90-day rule is a concept that pertains to the timing of certain actions taken by nonimmigrants or individuals seeking to adjust their status within the United States. It primarily applies to those holding nonimmigrant visas (such as tourist, student, or […]

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How to expedite your case with Immigration

How to expedite your case with Immigration

How to expedite your case with Immigration Going to Court to Speed Up Your Immigration Case Immigration delays can be a source of frustration, stress, and uncertainty for individuals seeking to relocate to a new country. Lengthy processing times, bureaucratic hurdles, and unforeseen complications can all contribute to these delays. For many, the dream of […]

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Exploring Immigration Options When A Petitioner Passes Away

Exploring Immigration Options When A Petitioner Passes Away

Exploring Immigration Options When A Petitioner Passes Away The immigration process can be complex and challenging, and the unfortunate circumstances of the death of a petitioner can further complicate matters. However, it’s important to remember that there are still potential immigration options available for beneficiaries even after the petitioner’s passing. In this blog post, we […]

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Marriage Green Card Application Denied

Marriage Green Card Application Denied?

Marriage Green Card Application Denied? Applying for a marriage-based green card is a significant step towards building a life together as a couple in the United States. However, it’s crucial to understand that not all applications are approved. In this blog, we will explore some common reasons why a marriage green card application may be […]

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Which crimes make you eligible for a U visa

Which crimes make you eligible for a U visa?

Which crimes make you eligible for a U visa? What is a U visa? A U visa is a nonimmigrant visa available to victims of certain crimes who have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse and who are helpful to law enforcement or government officials in investigating or prosecuting those crimes. The U visa was […]

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How do you sponsor a family member to immigrate to the United States

How do you sponsor a family member to immigrate to the United States?

How do you sponsor a family member to immigrate to the United States? If you are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may be able to sponsor certain family members to immigrate to the United States. Petitioning for a family member can be a complicated process that requires numerous forms, documents, and meeting […]

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Applying for U.S. Citizenship With a Criminal Record? Casas Immigration law chicago

Applying for U.S. Citizenship With a Criminal Record?

Applying for U.S. Citizenship With a Criminal Record? How Does Your Criminal History Affect Your U.S. Citizenship Application? Having a criminal history can make becoming a U.S. citizen a little more difficult.  However, the effect of your criminal history will depend on several factors including when the crime/offense occurred and what you were convicted of.  […]

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Becoming A U.S. Citizen

Becoming a U.S. citizen Individuals who have been a permanent resident (also referred to as a green card holder) for at least 5 years (and in some cases 3 years) and who meet the following criteria are eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship through a process called naturalization. What are the requirements? Be at least […]

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Attention Dreamers: Advance Parole Is Still An Option

Attention Dreamers: Advance Parole Is Still An Option For those who are currently protected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) Program, travelling abroad on advance parole is still an option and could potentially put you on a shorter and smoother path to a green card. What is DACA advance parole? Advance parole for […]

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Violence Against Women Act: How Does It Help Immigrants

Violence Against Women Act: How Does It Help Immigrants   The month of October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence affects millions, both women and men, of every race, religion, culture and status. It’s not just punches and black eyes — it’s yelling, humiliation, stalking, manipulation, coercion, threats and isolation. It’s stealing a […]

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