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I-551 Stamp

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The I-551 STAMP can be used when you need to travel outside the country, but are waiting for your green card after it has been renewed/lost.
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| Categories: Immigration, Green Card | Tags: immigration, lpr, legal permanent resident, green card, I-551, travel, i-90, stamp, renew green card | View Count: (483)
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Conditional Green Card

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Most people receive permanent green cards, BUT if you have been married for less than two years and apply for a green card, you will be given a 2-year conditional green card.
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| Categories: Immigration, Green Card | Tags: immigration, marriage, green card, conditional green card, us citizen, visa, bona fide marriage, i 751, remove conditions | View Count: (277)
Maybe before or after you got married, you found out that your new spouse's visa expired OR you find out that they entered the US illegally. This blog will cover BOTH of those issues. 
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| Categories: Immigration, Green Card, Visa | Tags: green card, immigration, illegal, undocumented, us citizen, consular processing, visa, inspection, border, 3 year bar, 10 year bar, inadmissibility | View Count: (260)
How to get a green card through another green card holder/legal permanent resident.
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| Categories: Immigration, Green Card, Naturlization | Tags: immigation, naturalization, us citizen, legal permanent resident, green card | View Count: (196)
A person who has a green card has legal permanent resident status. If you are a legal permanent resident or LPR, that means that you can potentially apply for citizenship after a certain period of time. But how do you get a green card?
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| Categories: Immigration, Green Card, Visa | Tags: visa, green card, lpr, legal permanent resident, immigration, us citizen | View Count: (159)
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