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GREEN CARD EXTENSIONS (REPLACEMENTS) For a replacement of a permanent resident card (green card) that expires every 10 years, the application passport photographs must be submitted. Even though a permanent resident seeks to enter the U.S. with an expired card, the Immigration Service will admit the applicant. While an application for a replacement is pending,...
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A child of U.S. citizen may automatically have the right to U.S. citizenship. This is especially important for a child to know if the child is facing deportation or exclusion for a felony or serious crime that could result in deportation or the denial of permanent residence. Even if an alien is facing deportation for...
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The United States Supreme Court reversed a Board of Immigration Appeal and held that a Motion to Reopen allows the Board to change a decision for newly discovered evidence or change in circumstances. The Government had argued that the acceptance of voluntary departure was a surrender by an alien of his right to seek a...
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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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