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Public Charge

Public Charge Q&A

When it comes to getting your green card and obtaining permanent residency in the United States, there are many hurdles that you must overcome.

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Public Charge

Medicaid and the Public Charge Rule: What do I Need to Know?

If you are seeking a green card and permanent residency in the United States, you may have heard of the Public Charge Rule. A public charge is someone who needs government assistance to survive.

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Naturalization

The Ins and Outs of the Naturalization Process

There are many advantages and opportunities that go along with becoming a United States citizen. However, there are several requirements that a U.S. resident must satisfy to obtain U.S. citizenship.

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Stokes

What is the most Consequential Mistake Made During a Stokes Interview?

A Stokes interview is a second marriage green card interview.

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Marriage

What questions will be asked at a marriage Green Card interview?

There are many different questions that the adjudications officer will ask you and your spouse during your marriage Green Card interview. Some questions will be very broad while others will be more...

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Marriage

What documents should you bring to your marriage Green Card interview?

There are many different types of documents that you will need at your marriage Green Card interview. The goal is to prove that your marriage is legal and authentic, but your adjudications officer...

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Marriage

Nine reasons why your marriage Green Card can be denied

When preparing for a marriage Green Card interview, do not lose sight of the big picture. You are a married couple; you want to show the adjudications officer that your marriage is legal and that...

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Marriage

Five Reasons your family-based Green Card can be denied

If you are a United States citizen age 21 or older and you want your parents to move to the U.S. from another country, you could sponsor their Green Card application.

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Employment

Eight types of questions asked at an employment Green Card interview

Employment Green Card interviews are relatively new as the Trump administration made in person interviews a requirement in 2017. Before 2017, Green Card employment interviews were not required as...

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Employment

Six reasons that employment-based Green Cards are denied

If you are preparing for an EB1, EB2, and EB3 green card interview, you have already spent a significant amount of time and energy filling out paperwork and gathering documents.

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Marriage

This is the documentation and information you should have ready for the Green Card interview

One of the last steps in the Green Card application process is undergoing an interview with a USCIS adjudication officer. The idea of being questioned by a government official is a frightening...

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