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08Apr2014

Checking Your Case Status with USCIS

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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Every year millions of people participate in the process of requesting a visa or some type of immigration benefit from the United States Citizen and Immigration Services (“USCIS”). With thousands of immigration applications being sent to USCIS on a weekly basis, and with newly established security protocols for each application, it is no surprise that
04Jan2014

UK Relocation

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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The United Kingdom has one of the most storied histories in the entire world.   Being one of the first true national powers, the United Kingdom has witnessed the development of the world around it while it managed to maintain an incredible quality of life. Due to the UK’s incredible consistency to provide opportunities and hope
11Aug2012

Unraveling the Mysteries of Public Charge Admissibility Requirement (Part 2)

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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This article will discuss the documentary evidence that a foreign national can submit in order to overcome the public charge ground of admissibility.  As already mentioned in Part 1 of this article, Section 212(a)(4) of the Immigration and Nationality Act states that any person seeking admission to the United States or seeking a permanent resident
11Jul2012

Unraveling Mysteries of Public Charge Admissibility Requirement (Part 1)

  • By Adv. Dotan Cohen
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The U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) recently released a information public sheet,  discussing the term  “public charge.”  A foreign national who is likely to become a public charge may not be issued a visa and is ineligible to become a permanent resident.  What is the exact meaning of public charge and how can a
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