Powers Immigration Law

Powers Immigration Law

Dedicated to the practices of United States immigration and naturalization law. Visit us at www.tmpowerslaw.com.

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Happy Veterans Day!  And don’t forget our immigrants who served in the armed services.

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USCIS to Expand In-Person Interview Requirements

USCIS has announced that beginning October 1, 2017, it will require far more people to appear at its offices for in-person interviews-a change that could potentially impact hundreds of thousands of people applying for permanent residence status. Specifically, USCIS will be phasing in interviews for all employment-based green card applicants as well as asylees and refugees who are petitioning for a spouse or child to join them in the United States.

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