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"Like" It or Not, Social Media History Could Impact Visa Applicants' Chances of Approval

The way visa applicants think of social media may soon change. DHS will be accepting public comments until May 29 on a rule that allows them access to the social media history of over 14 million people currently applying for a non-immigrant visa.

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Immigration FAQ & Welcome to America Guide

You did the hard work, persevered, got your visa, and came to America. Now what? Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions and some common immigration terms.

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How to Bring My Parents to the United States

If you're interested in bringing your parents to live and work in the U.S. as permanent residents, these are the steps and requirements.

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H-1B Cap Post-Filing FAQ

What should you do after you've filed your H-1B Cap petition? Your partners at Bridge know this is a stressful process, so we built this FAQ to address the most common H-1B cap questions.

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DACA Status: Options Remain for Dreamers

In late April, the federal court for the District of Columbia ruled the government failed to provide adequate reasoning for its decision to end DACA. Here's a recap of the recent activity involving DACA, and what options remain for the Dreamers protected by it.

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5 Ways to Check the Status of Your Pending Application with USCIS

After you've filed your petition or application with USCIS, what happens next? It takes time for USCIS to process your case, but it's important to track status.

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