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March 2019 Archives

Adjusting your status after marrying a U.S. citizen

Marriage fraud in the U.S. immigration system has always been a problem. In fact, it is one of the most common immigration issues the U.S. Customs and Immigration Services faces. The USCIS has safeguards in place to identify and prevent marriages based on fraud or to remove those who attempt to obtain green cards based on illicit marriages.

Court ruling may help those seeking asylum in the U.S.

It can be a terrible thing to fear for one's life or be persecuted in one's own home country, and many people in Georgia can sympathize with those who are in such plights. For these reasons, many refugees choose to leave their country of origin and seek asylum in the U.S. However, being granted asylum is not always as straightforward as it should be.

Family immigration can be complicated, but help is available

There are a lot of steps in the immigration process and a lot of requirements to meet. This can especially be true if a family member desires to obtain a visa that will allow them to join a family member who is already a permanent resident or U.S. citizen. Those in Georgia who find themselves in such situations will want to ensure that they do not miss any steps in the family immigration process that could delay their reunification with their loved ones or even lead to an outright denial of a visa.

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