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What factors does the United States government consider during the immigration process?

Several different factors are considered by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) when reviewing an individual’s immigration petition, such as:

  • Does the individual have a permanent job position that meets the eligibility requirements for occupations in the United States?
  • Does the individual have an immediate relative who is a United States citizen or permanent resident?
  • Does the individual qualify for refugee status (someone facing persecution in their home country due to gender, religion, race, political opinion, or affiliation with a certain group or organization)?

The above is not a complete list of criteria; Contact our offices for more information.

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