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Key immigration terms that are often mistaken include thinking that being a green card holder is equivalent to being a citizen of the U.S.

Immigration is a complicated process, and something like losing the support of your sponsor can serve to further complicate it. The good news is that losing your affidavit of support does not necessarily mean you are in trouble.

If you need help with an immigration matter, it can be overwhelming, and be hard to even know where to start looking for help or what options are available. Our attorneys at HAWM Law are ready, experienced and committed to helping immigrants at any stage of the US immigration process.

As more US states move toward the decriminalization of marijuana and the legalization of medicinal or recreational use marijuana, the question for noncitizens remains a complex one.

The Bureau of Consular Affairs will focus on reducing wait times for all consular services at US embassies and consulates overseas while also protecting health and safety of staff and applicants.

If you are a United States citizen engaged or married to a foreign national, or a foreign national engaged or married to a United States citizen, and you would like to live together in the United States as a married couple, you may be feeling confused about what options are available to you and how to pursue them.

Due to the global pandemic, increased volume, budgetary constraints and infrastructure issues, USCIS continues to experience record backlogs and significant processing delays for almost every category of application. As a result, the agency has announced automatic extensions to document validity for some categories.

As the world seeks to overcome the Covid-19 global pandemic, mandatory vaccination requirements are becoming more prevalent. In keeping with this trend, starting October 1, 2021, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) and the U.S. Department of State will require COVID-19 vaccinations for all applicants applying for refugee or lawful permanent residence, with some exceptions.

In this post, we wanted to break down one of the most commonly used immigration phrases, “naturalization.” We will explore what this all-encompassing phrase really means and what the requirements are for pursuing it.

In a win for immigrants and immigration advocates, the United States immigration authorities have now rescinded one of the most detrimental Trump-era policies.

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