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Applying for a Green Card Has Become Easier
Applying for a Green Card Has Become Easier

Recent rulings by the Supreme Court could make it easier to request a “cancellation of removal.” This may, in turn, make it easier to apply for a green card. Let’s examine what these terms mean and how the laws are changing. Removal Proceedings Removal proceedings, sometimes ...

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