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What is the Green Card Lottery?

Each year the law provides for the issuance of 55,000 green cards on the basis of the submittal of an application to the Department of State. Approximately 7 to 10 million people apply for this green ...
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What are the most common immigration interview questions?

USCIS generally schedules personal interviews only for those applying for a Green Card (adjustment of status or removal of conditions) or U.S. citizenship. The immigration interview questions differ ...
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What is Mandatory Immigration Detention?

If there are not already many good reasons for a Green Card holder to become a U.S. citizen, mandatory immigration detention is certainly one of them. Immigrants, including Lawful Permanent Residents, ...
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What is an ADIT stamp?

What is an ADIT stamp? A Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) may re-enter the United States with a valid Alien Documentation Identification and Telecommunication (ADIT) Stamp. It is also called I-551 ...
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How do you apply for removal of conditions on residency?

Form I-751 is used by a conditional resident who obtained status through marriage to request that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) remove the conditions on his or her residence. ...
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What is considered Marriage Fraud?

You probably already know that marriage fraud is illegal both from an immigration and a criminal standpoint. Entering into a sham marriage (or "Green Card marriage") can lead to criminal ...
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