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Attorney Immigration Announcements:
Immigration law is fluid and changes regularly. To keep current on immigration news, policies and updates, like or follow the Facebook Page for this law firm:
Other practical notes for past, present, and future immigration clients:
Change your address within 10 days of moving to a new address in the United States:

All past, present and future clients who have not become U.S. Citizens yet: every time you move, you should change your address with USCIS within 10 days of your move. If The Woodlands Immigration Attorney is handling a case for you and the case is still pending, email the attorney with your old and new address and the attorney will change your address free of cost, for all your pending applications and petitions. If you have no pending immigration case, then you should change the address by clicking Change of Address.

Review and print your I-94 online:

All clients and potential clients who have a case for filing (except for Naturalization cases) and are currently in the United States, will need to retrieve the I-94 card online for the last entry into the United States as attorney will need to review it before a consultation or before preparing and filing the case. You can retrieve your I-94 for your last entry or your travel history of U.S. arrivals and departures by clicking I-94 Online.

Travelling after receiving your green card:
If you are going to travel outside of the United States after receiving your green card, you will still use your passport from your home country to travel to other countries (and you will need to research if those countries require you to obtain a visa). When you return to United States, you will use your passport and your green card to re-enter USA (you will not need a visa). Keep all your trips abroad shorter than 6 months. You should not remain outside of USA longer than 1 year if you did not receive a re-entry permit before you left USA. If you have a residence abroad and you are concerned that you will have trips longer than 6 months, or if your work dictates that you stay outside of USA longer than 1 year, contact this office to get assistance with filing and obtaining a re-entry permit (if eligible).
Clients with upcoming naturalization interviews:

For those current and future clients who have upcoming naturalization interviews with USCIS, it is important for you to review your entire immigration history prior to filing your case and again prior to the date of your interview. If your green card was obtained through your marriage and you used either grandfathering or waivers to overcome the unlawful presence ground of inadmissibility, you need to review your paperwork filed even if your case was filed a decade ago (if that is when you became a permanent resident), and you should be able to articulate how you became a permanent resident.

Immigration Resources

Check your case status  

USCIS processing time
Change your Address

Visa Bulletin    
Study for Naturalization Test  

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