Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

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Want to vote in 2020? It may not be too late to naturalize!

As you may have noticed, the 2020 presidential election campaigns are gearing up! The November 2020 presidential election is sure to be a historical vote, regardless of the outcome, and the right to vote and have a voice in our democracy is one of the hallmarks of the US political system. However, you must be […]

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Applying for US citizenship or a green card? Be ready to travel!

USCIS announced today that in an effort to improve processing times for the N-400 (used to apply for naturalization) and I-485 (used to apply for the adjustment of status/permanent residence), they are re-distributing work to different field offices, which may be outside the applicant’s jurisdiction. As part of the announcement, USCIS confirmed that fingerprinting appointments […]

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AILA Citizenship Day 2014!

Want to become a citizen? Apply for naturalization and have an attorney review your application for free! What: Eligible legal permanent residents (green card holders) apply for naturalizationWhen: Saturday, April 26th, 10:00 am – 1:00 pmWhere: Branch’s Baptist Church, 3400 Broad Rock Boulevard Richmond, VA 23234Who: Permanent residents who are eligible for naturalization. We will also […]

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AILA Citizenship Day 2013 Is Coming to Richmond – April 20th!

Want to become a citizen? Apply for naturalization and have an attorney review your application for free! What: Eligible legal permanent residents (green card holders) apply for naturalization When: Saturday, April 20th, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Where: Branch’s Baptist Church, 3400 Broad Rock Boulevard Richmond, VA 23234 Who: Permanent residents who are eligible for […]

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