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  • 5 Things You Should Know About DACA Ending

    September 8, 2017 Eliana Phelps
    As we all know last 5 of September of the present year, John Sessions in representation of President Trump´s entire administration declared the ending of DACA program. Law Office of Eliana Phelps gives you 5 important facts you should know about DACA ending: New DACA application will not be accepted. USCIS announced that will not accept new DACA ...
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  • What Should You Know About EB-5 Visa?

    August 21, 2017 Eliana Phelps
    Investment Visa EB-5 This program was created by Congress in 1990 to stimulate United States economy creating new job opportunities by foreign capital investment. It was enacted as a pilot in 1992 and has been reauthorized since then. Investors may qualify to EB-5 by investing in programs designed by USCIS centralized in creating job opportunities. If you ...
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  • USCIS Announces Grants Opportunities

    July 28, 2017 Eliana Phelps
    The USCIS government entity is providing grants to permanent residents The Citizenship and Immigration Service began accepting applications for competitive funding opportunities under the Citizenship and Assimilation program. These opportunities are intended to assist in preparing permanent residents to achieve naturalization by attending to training classes to improve their english proficiency, United States history knowledge, and ...
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  • Social Media Checking?

    July 19, 2017 Eliana Phelps
    Is it correct to check social media accounts of immigrants who wants to enter to United States? Much controversy has been generated since immigrants who have entered to United States have been asked to let officers review their social media.   Since May 25 of this year, this measure has been taken strictly as a security mechanism against ...
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  • Can I apply for Asylum?

    July 16, 2017 Eliana Phelps
    People all over the world arrive at the United Port of Entries across the United States Border seeking for asylum. Asylum seekers present themselves to the United State Custom Border Patrol (CBP) without any document issued by the Department of State Consular Division and request to be admitted based on “credible fear of persecution and ...
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