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Jessica Potter
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Military Law

US Military personnel and PTSD

28th March 2012
PTSD is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This is a very common term in the life of US Military personnel. To be more specific, this is a part of their life as a service member in the US forces. The US forces were stationed in Iraq for quite a long time and...
Immigration Law

Is the change in the American society totally unavaoidable?

12th March 2012
America has always been an epitome of a change and development right through the ages. It has always maintained its supremacy among the other world countries, through its powerful economy and rapid growth. Go down the ages, you will find that this country...
Immigration Law

USICS biometrics

31st January 2012
Biometrics is the process of getting your fingerprints registered with the USCIS. This is done to run a background check of all applicants who are applying for immigration with the USCIS. This is an essential part of most of the immigration procedures. ...
Immigration Law

US citizenship for children

28th December 2011
US citizenship has always been a factor of attraction for many immigrants. This is due to the package of benefits and privileges that it bestows upon them. It is also for this reason that many illegal immigrants remain in the USA and give birth to a child...
Immigration Law

Enjoy the privileges of being a family member of US citizens

21st December 2011
US citizenship is the zenith in the life cycle of any immigrant. It gives them greater benefits than what they were enjoying previously as immigrants/ legal permanent residents. It not only benefits them but also their immediate family members. So to put...
Immigration Law

Non-immigrants can extend the stay in the US

16th December 2011
People come to the US for a number of reasons. US is the home to great number of immigrants who enter the US to work and settle down there. Once they get a green card and begin a comfortable life there, they move on to become US citizens. This is the high...
Immigration Law

Celebrating US Citizenship Day

06th December 2011
Being a US citizen is in itself a reason to celebrate. However, the American Federal Government has been observing September 17 as the US Constitution Day or Citizenship Day. It is in recognition of the adoption of the US constitution and also of the high...
Immigration Law

How can applicants obtain a Fee waiver?

30th November 2011
USCIS is funded mainly by the application and the petition fees that are collected from the applicants. Some individuals will be in a situation wherein they cannot afford to pay the stipulated fee. Obtaining a Fee waiver is an option that has been introdu...
Immigration Law

Provide the change of address to the USCIS to avoid missing your notifications

22nd November 2011
Providing the correct address to the USCIS is very important as almost all the notifications from the USCIS are mailed to the applicants. It is the responsibility of the applicants to inform the USCIS regarding their change of address as soon as they have...
Immigration Law

How to obtain Certification of Military or Naval Service?

16th November 2011
Members and certain troupers of the U.S. Armed Forces are qualified to apply for United States citizenship under special provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). In addition, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has updated th...
Immigration Law

What to expect after filing any USCIS form?

15th November 2011
All immigration procedures require some form or the other that needs to be filled and submitted with the USCIS. Be it the application to obtain citizenship, green card or a visa, an applicant should choose the appropriate form and submit it without any er...
Legal

Infopass appointment Key to quick resolving of immigration problems

28th October 2011
Infopass is a service that enables a person to schedule an appointment with the USCIS immigration officer through the internet. It is totally free of cost and can be availed at any time of day and night. A person can avail this facility to resolve a probl...
Immigration Law

Form I-360 for classifying an alien as Amerasian immigrant

11th October 2011
USCIS offers different routes for immigrants to enter the US based on their eligibility criteria. Immigration forms also vary for each immigrant category. Form I-360 is one such form which is an immigrant petition that is to be used by Amerasian, widow or...
Immigration Law

Two Rs of a Permanent Resident Rights & Responsibilities

28th September 2011
Aspiring to become a permanent resident of the US is a common issue as millions of people have been enthralled by the prospect of living and working in the US. Better lifestyle, better working conditions and most importantly security for life all these ...
Immigration Law

Overview of the Concurrent Filing Process

21st September 2011
What is concurrent filing? One easy way of getting a green card is through the adjustment of status process. When an immigrant petition and the adjustment of status application are filed simultaneously, then the process is referred to as concurrent fil...
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