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The family-based petition process is one of the three different processes for an individual to immigrate to the United States based on adoption. The Hague and orphan processes apply to  children who are adopted by U.S. citizens and meet the specific requirements of those programs. 0

Family Based Petition for an Adopted Child

The family-based petition process is one of the three different processes for an individual to immigrate to the United States based on adoption. The Hague and orphan processes apply to  children who are adopted by U.S. citizens and meet the specific requirements of those programs.

I-130, Petition for Alien Relative 0

I-130, Petition for Alien Relative

I-130, PAlien Relativeetition for Alien RelativeUSCIS continues to apply the public charge inadmissibility statute, including consideration of the statutory minimum factors in the totality of the circumstances, in accordance with the 1999 Interim Field Guidance

 Form I-693 0

Form I-751 or Form I-829

USCIS is extending the time that receipt notices can be used to show evidence of status from 18 months to 24 months for petitioners who properly file Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, or Form I-829, Petition by Investor to Remove Conditions on Permanent Resident Status.

Lockbox Filing Location Updates 0

Lockbox Filing Location Updates

Lockbox Filing Location Updates 09/09/2021 USCIS recently updated the lockbox filing location information for the following USCIS form(s).  Please see the “Where to File” section of the webpage for your form.On Sept. 8, we...

Current Immigration Status 0

Current Immigration Status

When you most recently entered the United States, immigration officials likely assigned you an immigration status. This was your status at last entry. Typically, you can find your status at last entry on your nonimmigrant visa or Form I-94. However, if you changed your status since arriving, your visa category may be different. In this case you can likely find your current immigration status on a Form I-797A, Notice of Action.