Monthly Archives: August 2010
Are you married and would like to learn more about applying for a green card for your spouse? OR Do you have questions about which family members are eligible for a green card? Then please RSVP for our FREE “Family … Continue reading
If you chose not to overnight your paperwork to USCIS via FedEx or USPS, make sure to at least mail your documents with a Return Receipt Request. This will help safeguard against any “misplacement” of your documents and serve as … Continue reading
Visa fees increased on July 13, 2010. Please see http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1263.html for more details
As of August 13, 2010 USCIS received 29,700 of 65,000 Regular Cap petitions and 12, 300 of 20,000 Master’s Cap petitions. As of June 30, 2010 the Vermont Service Center was processing petitions with a priority date of April 10, … Continue reading
One study found that asylum applicants in removal proceedings are 4-6 times more likely to be granted asylum if they are represented by an attorney.