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U Visa Bona Fide Determination EAD Update – they’re here!!
USCIS has started rolling out 4-year EADs for bona fide U visa petitioners. Currently, we’re seeing EADs for applicants whose U visas were submitted in late 2016. We hope to see USCIS catch up with the backlog during the next year and begin issuing EADs for bona fide U visa petitioners within just a few weeks of filing.
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Is your immigration case taking too long to process? Are you wondering why?
We wish there were a simple answer to these questions, but unfortunately, the timing of the immigration process is affected by many variables, and each case is different.
Some of the factors impacting case timing are:
What type of case do you have? Which agency or agencies are involved?
What service center has possession of your file?
Does your case involve any unusual complications?
Is your case adjudication abnormally late?
Or are all cases in your category taking an unduly long time?
Are you in removal proceedings? If so, what is the judge and the court where your case is pending?
And how has the Covid-19 pandemic impacted the people working in the agencies handling your case?
Attorney Jennifer Walker Gates goes over the different details you need to consider when waiting for your immigration case to be processed. Watch this video to understand what government agency handles your case, what category it falls under, and what you can do to speed it up!
If you or a loved one need legal assistance with any immigration matter, contact us at +1 512-633-1785 or schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys here.
Are you wondering how to fill out your I-864? In this video immigration attorney, Jennifer Walker Gates goes over the details and considerations we should have when counting the family members on our I-864 form.
Remember that when calculating your family size, you must include the following:
Unmarried dependant children under 21 years old
Any other dependant listed on your most federal income tax return, even if the person is not related to you
All persons sponsored on the affidavit of support
Any immigrant who is still dependant on you and you included in a previous Form I-864 or Form I-864EZ
Additional adult relatives that have the same principal residential address
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