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2010 Poverty Guidelines

The 2010 federal poverty guidelines are exactly the same as the 2009 federal poverty guidelines. After a long delay, the US Department of Health & Human Services published the 2010 federal poverty guidelines on August 3, 2010 in the Federal Register. Official Federal Poverty Guidelines for the Remainder of 2010 2010 Federal Poverty Guidelines for… Continue Reading

2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines

The 2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines are used in calculating levels of income and assets that immigrant visa petitioners and joint sponsors must demonstrate in the I-864 Affidavits of Support. (for the 48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia) Size of Family Unit/ Poverty Guidelines /125 Percent1 /$10,400 /$13,0002 /$14,000 /$17,5003 /$17,600 /$22,0004 /$22,200 /$26,5005… Continue Reading

USCIS Changes Vaccination Requirements

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today a revised list of vaccines required for applicants seeking to adjust status to become legal permanent residents. CDC’s revised Technical Instructions to Civil Surgeons for Vaccination Requirements require the following age-appropriate additional vaccinations to adjust status to legal permanent resident: RotavirusHepatitis AMeningococcalHuman papillomavirusZoster The requirements for these… Continue Reading

USCIS Memo on Nautralization Interview Process

USCIS issued a memo on changes to the naturalization interview process. “The only difference from current practice is the sequence – that the English and civics testscan be administered before the interview following the pre-examination check-in process,as opposed to during the actual interview. “ For a copy of the memo, please seehttp://www.aila.org/content/default.aspx?docid=25932 Continue Reading

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