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What is the Difference Between the L1 Visa and EB1C Visa?

By Michael Ashoori |
What is the Difference Between the L1 Visa and EB1C Visa

  Two very powerful immigration options for investors, entrepreneurs, and other individuals are the L1 visa and the EB1C visa. Both of these options allow a foreign company to transfer an employee to work in the United States for a related U.S. company.   While the L1 visa and the EB1C visa are similar in…

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Naturalization Process: What to Expect from Start to Finish

By Michael Ashoori |
Naturalization Process

  Naturalization is the process through which someone is granted U.S. citizenship after they satisfy certain requirements.   In this guide, I will discuss the naturalization process from start to finish. If you have any questions, feel free to email me directly at Michael@AshooriLaw.com. I’m a U.S. immigration lawyer and I would be happy to…

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Refugee Travel Document Fee in 2019: Everything You Need to Know

By Michael Ashoori |
Refugee Travel Document Fee

As a refugee or asylee in the United States, you should strongly consider applying for a refugee travel document if you plan to travel outside of the U.S. Leaving the United States without a refugee travel document can result in an inability to reenter the country or can result in getting placed in removal proceedings.…

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Refugee Travel Document Processing Time: How to Solve Timing Issues

By Michael Ashoori |
Refugee Travel Document Processing Time

Are you in the United States in refugee or asylum status?   If so, you will need a refugee travel document to travel outside of the United States. A refugee travel document is a small booklet, similar to a passport, and is necessary to travel if you are a refugee or asylee. Without a refugee…

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Green Card Renewal Fee in 2019: The Correct Fee for Your Situation

By Michael Ashoori |
Green Card Renewal Fee

Overview   As a United States lawful permanent resident, you are issued a green card (also called a permanent resident card). Your green card is the proof of your lawful status in the United States. It is the document that establishes your right to live and work in the U.S.   The green card is…

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Lost Green Card: How to Replace Your Lost Green Card (Step-by-Step)

By Michael Ashoori |
Lost Green Card

As a U.S. permanent resident, you are issued a green card. The green card is your proof of lawful status as a U.S. permanent resident. This document proves your ability to live and work in the United States and so it is highly important.   So, what happens if you lose your green card?  …

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Green Card Renewal Processing Time: Standard and Expedited Processing

By Michael Ashoori |
Green Card Renewal Processing Time

Once you become a United States lawful permanent resident, you are issued a green card. Your green card (also called a lawful permanent resident card), is proof of your status as a lawful permanent resident.   A green card is a highly important document and failure to maintain a valid green card can result in…

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