Automatic Green Card, Green Card Rules Relaxed: Supreme Court Rules | USCIS Policy changes: i-485

Automatic Green Card, Green Card Rules Relaxed: Supreme Court Rules | USCIS Policy changes: i-485

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US Immigration: Green Card Rules has been relaxed by Department of Homeland security. i-485 Form Changes. Supreme Court Declined to Block Biden Administrations Relaxed Green Card U.S.C.I.S Rule, that took effect this year from January 2023. which means less paperwork to submit and less financial proof required to prove your case for green card eligibility. this can substantially improve the processing time of Green card cases.

Starting on Dec. 23, 2022, all green card applicants applying from within the U.S. will need to submit a new version of Form I-485, that is the green card Application for Adjustment of Status.

The government is collecting a lot of new data for the first time with this form. Lets discuss about it.
#1. Attempting to balance your income/assets with your debt.
#2. The government wants to know about your education, skills, and qualifications.
#3. Your use of public benefits, in particular – cash benefits you have collected from the state or federal government.

Automatic GreenCards.
This Automatic GreenCards will be applicable only for a very narrow set of immigrants.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has updated its policy manual regarding this automatic greencards, it will be issued to N400 applicants, those applicants will be now provided with 24 month automatic green card extensions. earlier they have to apply manually using form I551.

Department of State is waiving in-person interview, through a Temporary Final rule effective immediately for certain immigrant Visa applicants, to reduce the massive visa backlog in Embassies and Consulates abroad.

Expansion of Interview Waiver Eligibility is also applied at the US consulates abroad.

This video covers Visa’s and their priority order in detail (starting from IR category, ending with Tourist B1 & B2 visa).
IR-1, CR-1, IR-2, IR-3, K1, SE1, H1B, H4, L1, L2, TN, H2, F, M, J, E1, E2, B1, B2 Visa appointments.

You can also have a quick look at individual country wise embassy visa processing status worldwide

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00:00 Green Card Supreme Court update
01:25 New I-485 Form
02:16 Who is Affected?
03:08 Jan 2023 Green Card Rule?
05:07 What does this mean for your Green Card
06:00 Automatic Green Cards
07:25 USCIS I-485 updates

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