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The Public Charge Rule: an Obstacle to the Green Card
The Public Charge Rule: an Obstacle to the Green Card

If you are seeking US permanent resident status (green card), your I-485 application will be denied if you are deemed likely to become a public charge. This also applies if you are seeking to extend your non-immigrant status, such as an H-1B extension. If you desire to ...

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Blog posts in Green Card: Employment Based

  • Understanding Immigrant Visa Allocation and Processing Times: A Story of Supply and Demand

    The Visa Bulletin, released by the Department of State each month, reports the availability of employment-based and family-sponsored immigrant visas. ...

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  • Cross-Chargeability: Using Spouse’s Country of Birth to Beat the per Country Quota

    If you will be filing a I-485 application or have an application pending, and you are a national of a country that has a long I-485 backlog (such as ...

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  • SB-1 Returning Resident Visas

    The One Year Absence Dilemma – How a Green Card Holder May Return to the U.S. SB-1 Returning Residents What Happens if a Green Card Holder Remains Out ...

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  • Visa Retrogression: What, Why, When, How?

    Understanding processing times of immigrant visas can be tricky. When retrogression is added to the equation, many people find themselves feeling lost ...

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  • Work Visa Lawyer Discusses Adding the Green Card Process to Employee Benefits Packages

    Contrary to popular belief, the sky is not falling. America’s economic engine is picking up steam once again and businesses are hiring for key ...

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  • Immigration Lawyer Discusses the Steps in the Employment Based Green Card Process Through PERM

    In order to recruit and retain the world’s top talent in the professional and skilled trades, many businesses offer to sponsor the Green Card ...

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  • Immigration & Visa Lawyer Discusses a Waiver of PERM Process for Purposes of the National Interest

    Almost all foreign nationals who seek permanent residence, commonly known as a Green Card, through the employment-based avenues of permanent ...

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  • Employment Based Green Card Through the PERM Process: Prevailing Wage Determination

    As immigration lawyers in Columbus, Ohio we receive numerous queries from clients as to how the PERM prevailing wage process is determined. The first ...

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  • Employment Based Green Cards: Justifying the job Requirements of Your job With a Business Necessity Letter

    Obtaining a Green Card through employment is the dream of millions of workers worldwide. For better or worse, the USCIS and the Department of Labor ...

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