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Things happen. Things get misplaced, lost, and stolen. When traveling, there is even a greater risk of this happening. No matter how careful you are, ...

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Summer seemed to come early in Portland this year as temperatures spiked into the high 90’s at the beginning of June. While this may have just been ...

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According to a recent policy announcement, USCIS will begin transferring some Naturalization (N-400) and Adjustment of Status (I-485) cases to differe...

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This past weekend, attorneys and staff from Passage Immigration Law participated in Lutheran Community Service’s annual Citizenship Day. This event ...

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As we enter the warm summer months, many families, couples, and individuals are taking off on summer trips and long holiday weekends. As the summer mo...

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If you’re applying for an immigration benefit for yourself or someone you know, you’ve likely noticed by now that there have been a lot of process...

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With all the news about recent delays, problems, and new obstacles in the immigration process, we wanted to quickly share a more positive update: some...

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Without much warning, the U.S. Department of State has introduced a new set of questions to all Consular Electronic Application forms pertaining to so...

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If you’re a United States citizen and you would like to bring your non-citizen partner to the United States from another country, marriage is ultima...

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In a recent study by J.D. Power regarding customer satisfaction with North American airports, Newark’s Liberty International Airport (EWR) was voted...

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With a national immigration system that is far from perfect and near-constant news stories telling us how broken it is, it may feel like we are alread...

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The United States needs more physicians.  This need is likely to worsen in the next decade: by 2030 the United States could see a shortage of up to 1...