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Cubans Previously Denied Adjustment of Status Under the Cuban Adjustment Act Might Now Be Eligible for the Green Card and May Refile Their Applications

Good news came from USCIS yesterday, February 23, 2022, for certain Cubans who have previously applied for adjustment of status under the Cuban Adjustment Act (CAA) to become permanent residents and were denied.   The CAA provides a special...

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Years Long Wait For A Green Card

A family unit has been the ultimate foundation of every civilization known to history. A healthy and stable family is the key to a prosperous and peaceful society, and a strong nation. Recognizing the importance of the family unit, the policy of the...

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A Criminal Past Does Not Always Mean End of Green Card Dreams

A person can become a lawful permanent resident (“LPR”) in the United States by one of two means: adjustment of status or obtaining an immigrant visa at a consular post abroad. Adjustment of status is applicable to individuals who have...

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