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  • North Carolina Introduces the Reclaim NC Act
    North Carolina Introduces the Reclaim NC Act

    As the nation's leaders continue towards favorable immigration reform, individual states are taking steps to improve their own status in the immigration discussion as well. A popular example is the ...

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  • What to Bring to a USCIS Interview
    What to Bring to a USCIS Interview

    What should you bring to a USCIS interview for your husband or wife? Check out this Robert Brown LLC Tip Sheet for documents that may prove helpful during an interview. Generally speaking, preparing ...

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  • Syria Extended and Re-designated for TPS (Temporary Protected Status)
    Syria Extended and Re-designated for TPS (Temporary Protected Status)

    On 06/17/2013, the US Department of Homeland Security extended and re-designated Syria as a TPS eligible country. This means that those individuals previously granted TPS from Syria can apply for an ...

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  • RECLAIM NC Act Generating Debate
    RECLAIM NC Act Generating Debate

    The RECLAIM NC Act currently under debate in the NC legislature is generating considerable debate as to what is promises to and requests of undocumented immigrants in NC. Experts current believe about ...

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  • Beneficiarios de TPS ahora son elegibles para residencia permanente
    Beneficiarios de TPS ahora son elegibles para residencia permanente

    Una decisión recién hecho por la corte del circuito 6 de apelaciones ha despejado el camino para qué miles de personas concedidas el estado de protección temporal (TPS) puedan solicitar la residencia ...

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  • TPS Beneficiaries now eligible for Permanent Residency
    TPS Beneficiaries now eligible for Permanent Residency

    A recent decision by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has cleared the pathway for thousands of individuals granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to apply for permanent residency, provided that they ...

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