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Legacy Immigration Scholarship Awards

Dawn Sequeira, Legacy Immigration, recently had the privilege of presenting the Legacy Immigration Scholarships for Career Advancement to recipients at the 26th annual meeting of the American Association of Indian Scientists in Cancer Research.

Faces of Bethesda

Legacy Immigration was recently featured in Faces of Bethesda on Bethesda Magazine.

Legacy Immigration Wins Huge Victory In Baltimore Immigration Court For Indian National With Multiple Marijuana Convictions

I am proud to announce that yesterday, on April 26th, Legacy Immigration successfully litigated a non-LPR Cancellation case in Baltimore, MD before the Honorable Judge Elizabeth Kessler. Our client, an Indian foreign national, became a lawful permanent resident of the United States on May 7, 2010. He had resided continuously in the United States since …

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Example of How to Use the Visa Bulletin for a Family-Based Green Card

In my previous blog articles, I explained the purpose of the Visa Bulletin, “Priority Dates” and “Foreign Chargeability” as they applied to family-based and employment-based immigrant visas. The time a foreign national has to wait for an immigrant visa to become available depends on annual limits in the visa categories, the priority date, and the …

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Understanding the Visa Bulletin and Consular Processing Employment Immigrant Visas

The Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA) provides for an annual worldwide limit of 675,000 permanent immigrants, with certain exceptions for close family members. Congress and the President determine a separate number for refugee admissions based on the following principles: the reunification of families, admitting immigrants with skills that are valuable to the U.S. economy, protecting …

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Waivers of Inadmissibility

There are about sixteen different types of waivers available. Depending on the immigration violation, you can use one or more waivers to support your case. If a person enters the U.S. without being inspected and admitted or overstays his/her visa and accrues more than six (6) months or more than one (1) year of unlawful …

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