Mistakes to Avoid During E-Filing, Part 2

The USCIS receives information from thousands of immigration applications each year, and therefore is able to outline some of the most common mistakes that individuals make when e-filing. As in the previous entry, here are a few more of the worst offenders: Don’t Put Off Mailing Supporting Documentation There are many points throughout the application process when […]

601a Provision And What It Means

Provisions of an I-601A waiver The provisional unlawful presence waiver process allows immediate relatives of U.S. citizens (spouses, children, or parents) who are currently residing in the United States to apply for a provisional waiver while in the United States, provided they meet all eligibility requirements outlined in the regulations and warrant a favorable exercise of […]

US Immigration News – Consular Process Around the Deportation

US Immigration News – Consular Processing Around the Deportation STORY 1: Mr. Jose and Mrs.  Nancy came to Maria Jones Law firm because they are trying to continue the processthey started when Mrs. Nancy submitted form I-130 on behalf of her husband. The I-130 was approved but Mr. Carlos was not able to adjust his status. […]


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