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Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status

May 11, 2015   Laura Dawkins, Chief, Regulatory Coordination Division USCIS Office of Policy and Strategy 20 Massachusetts Avenue N.W. Washington, DC 20529-2140   Submitted via email to: USCISFRComment@uscis.dhs.gov   RE: Revisions to Form I-485, OMB Control # 1615-0023, Docket ID USCIS-2009-0020   Dear Ms. Dawkins,

Webinar: Affidavits of Support - From Basic to Advanced Issues

Almost all family-based and some employment-based petitioners must file the Form I-864 Affidavit of Support to show the intending immigrant is not likely to become a public charge.

Helping Your Immigrant Students and School Community: Updates on Deferred Action Programs for Undocumented Youth and Family

This webinar is for educators, counselors, and others working in schools and adult education programs who want to learn more about immigration relief for undocumented students and their families.  Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for the Parents of U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) programs protect undocumented students and parents from deportation so that they can work legally and pursue their educational goals.

E-learning Course: Understanding and Preparing Waivers

Waivers of the grounds of inadmissibility are an essential part of immigration practice. This four-week course will present information on both the theory and practice of developing and submitting successful waiver applications.

E-learning Course: Overview of Citizenship: Acquisition, Derivation and Naturalization

This four-week course covers acquisition and derivation of citizenship, and the requirements for naturalization, including residence, physical presence, good moral character, civics and English language requirements and exemptions, disability waivers, oath requirements and the application process.

E-learning Course: Introduction to Family-Based Immigration

This six-week training will explore the process of gaining permanent residence through a family relationship. We will cover which individuals are eligible based on family relationships, and how each step of the process works

A Path to Citizenship for Immigrants

A version of this letter appears in print on May 2, 2015, on page A20 of the New York edition of the New York Times with the headline: A Path to Citizenship.
To the Editor:

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