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The Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) allows a child to retain his/her classification as a child even though he/she has reached 21 in certain conditions. If a U.S. citizen petitions for a child before he/she reaches 21, the Immigration Service will consider that the child for immigration purposes remains a child until he/she is issued...
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The definition of specialized knowledge has been adapted by the Immigration Service since its inception in 1970 from a requirement that specialized knowledge meant a proprietary knowledge of the company and an advanced level of expertise not readily available in the U.S. job market to a requirement of special knowledge of the company’s product and...
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The first preference includes immigrants of extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers and multinational executives and managers. This category is current for all nationals. To prove extraordinary ability in science, art, education, business or athletics sustained national or international acclaim must be shown. No job offer need be shown, but a prospective benefit to the...
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Our firm has had considerable success in affirming approvals for permanent residents’ applications with higher education. Based on a Labor Certification the quota is current for applications with higher degree. If an alien is approved for the Second Employment Preference, he/she may immediately apply for permanent residence. This is especially valuable because an applicant to...
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Aliens who are admitted under parole are usually persons the Immigration Service considers questionable, that is, the Adjustment of Status Act (INA 245(a)) authorizes the Attorney General to adjust the status of any alien who was inspected and admitted or paroled into the United States. Previously almost all parolees were placed in removal proceeding and...
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