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Immigration Support

Navigating the U.S. immigration system can be complex, and individuals seeking immigration benefits are often advised to consult with a professional to ensure you are following the correct process.  Our process will tailor your specific situation, administratively navigating the process.  


The U.S. immigration system believes in secure boarders, open door system.  We can help you align with doors based on your desires and qualifications.  Most denials are due to the application of the wrong visa category. 


Temporary Visas

  • Tourist (B-1/B-2): For temporary visits, such as tourism or business.

  • Student (F-1): For individuals pursuing academic studies in the U.S.

  • Work (H-1B, L-1, etc.): For temporary employment in the U.S.

  • Exchange Visitor (J-1): For participants in approved exchange programs.

Visas for Immigration

  • Family-Based Immigration: For close family members of U.S. citizens and permanent residents.

  • Employment-Based Immigration: For individuals sponsored by employers based on their skills and qualifications.

  • Diversity Visa Lottery: A lottery program that provides a limited number of visas to individuals from countries with low rates of immigration to the U.S.

  • Self Petition Visas due to abuse


TemporaryProtected Status

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a designation granted by the U.S. government to eligible individuals from certain countries who are unable to return safely to their home country due to ongoing armed conflict, environmental disasters, or other extraordinary and temporary conditions. TPS is a humanitarian program that provides temporary relief to individuals who may face serious risks if they were to return to their home countries.

Key Components

  • TPS provides temporary protection from deportation (removal) for eligible individuals.

  • TPS beneficiaries are also eligible for employment authorization documents (EADs) that allow them to work legally in the U.S. during the designated TPS period.

Period of Designation:
  • TPS is granted for a specific period, usually ranging from six months to several years, depending on the circumstances in the designated country.

  • The U.S. government can extend, redesignate, or terminate TPS for a particular country based on changing conditions.

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Prepare for the English/ Civics Test
English Proficiency Test
  • Weekly, practice English with your assigned group.

  • We'll go over speaking/ listening; reading, writing and vocabulary.

Civics Test
  • We'll review prepared study materials, flashcards and interactive learning. ​

Application & Interview​
  1. We submit the application and supporting documents

  2. The biometrics appointment is generated and a background check is conducted. Interview and English/Civics Test:

  • Attend an interview with a USCIS officer. During the interview, your application will be reviewed, and you will be tested on your ability to speak, read, and write in English.

  • You will also be tested on your knowledge of U.S. government and history (civics).

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