Adjustment of Status to Lawful Permanent Residence

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    Programs that assist in filing applications for aliens who wish to become lawful permanent residents. Certain aliens who have been inspected and admitted or paroled into the United States or who are refugees, asylees or persons holding nonimmigrant visas may have their status adjusted to that of lawful permanent residence if they are in lawful status, are eligible to receive an immigrant visa, and a visa is immediately available. Immigrant visas are immediately available for spouses, unmarried children younger than age 21, and parents of U.S. citizens. Some aliens not in lawful status may also be able to adjust their status under special rules set out in Immigration and Naturalization Act section 245(i).

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    HIAS Pennsylvania - Immigration Legal ServicesImmigration Counseling and Representation includes: -U visas and self-petitions for survivors of interpersonal violence -representation to unaccompanied, abused or neglected immigrant youth - Family reunification including Petitions for Alien Relatives - Political asylum - Adjustment of status - Relief from removal (deportation) - Replacement of documents - Travel documents - Extension or change of immigration status - Representation in US Immigration court.Philadelphia*Main Site (Hias and Council Migration Service of Philadelphia, Inc.)HIAS Pennsylvania

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