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Alternatives to Asylum when fleeing a co…

17-02-2014

  According to BBC News, at least 21 protesters have been killed by security forces in Kiev following the breakdown of a truce agreed on Wednesday, February 20, 2014.

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I-601A, The Provisional Unlawful Presenc…

17-02-2014

Since March 4, 2013, people who are immediate relatives of U.S. Citizens—that is, spouses, children (under 21) and parents—have been eligible to apply for provisional unlawful presence waivers before they...

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Benefits for Same-Sex Spouses

17-02-2014

June 26, 2013 the U.S. Supreme court decided in the case of U.S. v. Windsor that it is unconstitutional for the federal government to deny same-sex couples the right to...

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“Parole in Place” for Family of US Armed…

17-02-2014

On November 15, 2013 USCIS issued Policy Memorandum about permitting parole requests made by foreign nationals who are present without admission or parole and are spouses, children and parents of...

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“Take on the House.”

17-02-2014

          February 20, 2014This April come to Washington, D.C. and participate in AILA’s National Day of Action as we “Take on the House.” Registration is free. On Thursday, April 10th, hundreds...

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USCIS to Welcome 17,800 New U.S. Citizen…

17-02-2014

Release Date: February 14, 2014 WASHINGTON - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will honor Presidents Day by welcoming approximately 17,800 new U.S. citizens during 148 naturalization ceremonies across the country...

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Do you wish to immigrate to the United States?  Under the U.S. Immigration Law, there are many options available to obtain legal status in the United States.  However, immigrating to the United States of America can be a complex process for which it is recommended that you retain a licensed attorney who is experienced in handling immigration case.

At Bibicheff & Associates, P.C. we are proud to have successfully handled immigration cases for many years, helping thousands of clients to remain in the United States legally.  Our attorneys can analyze the circumstances of your case and advise you about your eligibility for various forms of immigration status in the United States including: nonimmigrant visas (F-1 student, H-1B or L-1 employee, R-1 religious worker, etc.); asylum; relief in Immigration Court removal (deportation) proceedings such as cancellation of removal; becoming a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) based on employment or religious work, through family, or as the victim of abuse or a crime; and,  applying for US citizenship. Our attorneys have successfully represented clients before U.S. Courts of Appeal, U.S. District Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”), Immigration Courts and the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (“USCIS”). 

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