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Applying for N-600 Citizenship Certificate

Certificate of Citizenship -N-600 Why does one need this Certificate and what is it? Applying for your Certificate of Citizenship on Form N-600 is a little known but highly useful way of turning around your immigration status in the U.S. Incredibly, some U.S citizens do not have proof of their citizenship. One client was about [..]

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How EB-5 Visa Program works for Africa:

The EB5 program is currently the only visa program designed to allow foreign investors to gain permanent residence (a “green card”) in the United States. It requires a minimum investment of $1 million, or $500,000, if the investment is in a rural or targeted high unemployment area where unemployment is 150% of the national average. [..]

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Diploma Scams!

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning about fake diploma sites that sell worthless high school diplomas. These “diploma mills” claim their diplomas can be used to enroll in college, apply for a job, get a promotion or enlist in the military. Don’t believe them. Here are signs of a high school diploma scam: 1) [..]

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SCAMS: Tax Identity-Theft Awareness Week

This is Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week, and we want you to be aware of tax scams! Today’s lesson: phone scams.   Do not fall victim to scammers who call and say they are with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)! There has been an increase in aggressive phone scams where people call and threaten you with police [..]

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Obama Immigration decision should be Easy-Peasy

No government prosecutes every person who breaks the law. Limited resources make that impossible. District attorneys do not routinely take people to court for having small amounts of marijuana; police departments do not generally ticket drivers who speed 1 mph above the limit. Is immigration enforcement any different? Does the federal government have to crack [..]

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USCIS Reminder: TPS Registration Deadline for Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone is August 18!

TPS Registration Deadline for Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone is August 18, 2015 Tuesday, August 18, 2015, is the deadline for eligible nationals of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone (and people without nationality who last habitually resided in one of those three countries) to register for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). This deadline marks the end of DHS’ 90-day [..]

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USCIS Temporarily Suspends Adjudication of H-2B Petitions

The Musinguzi Law Group has filed and continues to handle H-2B Petitions for our esteemed clients, part of the advantages of working with us is how we keep on top of the latest trends behind the scenes to ensure the success of each individual case, as we personally take you forward. Keep on checking on [..]

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Important Information this Tax Season

The Musinguzi Law Group would like to inform its clients and the public that this tax season, beware of callers posing as IRS agents or other law enforcement or regulatory officials. The IRS will always notify you by mail before they call you. Never share any account or financial information over the phone, and request [..]

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i-94 Update:

I-94 UPDATE:  DHS is no longer issuing paper I-94 cards at entry. All non-immigrants must print their electronic I-94 cards immediately after entry into the United States at https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/request.html. It is very important to review for errors in spelling, expiration date and visa category. Print a copy for your records and save a soft copy (PDF, [..]

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