Posts from February 2011.
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The US Citizenship and Immigration Services sent three officers to Kandahar, Afghanistan, to naturalize 98 soldiers, sailors and Marines. Four of the new US citizens received Purple Hearts for wounds received during their deployment.
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The USCIS announced that it will begin issuing combined advance parole and employment authorization documents (EADs) to adjustment of status applicants who apply for both concurrently with their Form I-485 adjustment of status applications. The new cards, which will resemble the current EADs, will be endorsed “Serves as I-512 Advance Parole”. Recipients of EADs should review them carefully to ensure they are endorsed for travel as well, otherwise they will need to have the "old style" advance parole document in-hand when departing the United States (unless they are ...


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