TPS (Temporary Protected Status) Extension for Honduras

The US government created the TPS category in 1990. With it, a non-permanent status is granted to foreign nationals forced to leave their homeland. Their reasons for departure can be due to an armed regime, natural disaster-caused damages, or some other valid cause....

The Family Second Preference (F2) Visa Application Process Explained

The US has been a long-time proponent of the phenomenon known as chain migration. It allows its citizens and LPRs to appeal to the USCIS and bring family members into the country. Thus, the family-based categories for visas were created under the INA. Specifically,...

The Family First Preference (F1) Visa Application Process Explained

All the family-based immigration categories are rooted in the American philosophy about family reunification. Out of 3,909,684 applicants on the shortlist, 6% are from the F1 category. The quota allowed for approval of F1 is 23,400 visas annually. Before we discuss...

TPS (Temporary Protected Status) Extension for El Salvador

In 1990, the US government created TPS or Temporary Protected Status. It provides a safe haven to nationals from countries undergoing a major turmoil, such as natural disasters or an armed conflict. Thus, they can receive temporary relief from it and avoid deportation...

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