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  • ADMISSION

    ADMISSION

    The Definition of “Admission” and “Seeking Admission” in Immigration Law Section 101(a)(13)(A) of the Immigration and Nationality Act [codified as 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(13)(A)] [PDF version] defines “admission” and “admitted” to mean: “with respect to an alien, the lawful entry of the alien into the United States after inspection or authorization by an immigration officer.” 101(a)(13)(B) specifically excludes aliens…

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  • Class of Admission Codes

    When a person arrives at a port of entry seeking entry to the United States they will either be admitted or paroled into the country (if they are permitted to enter). A person who is being permitted to enter on a temporary basis or under special conditions because they lack a proper visa or immigration…

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  • Employment Authorization Category Codes

    How To Find Out What your employment authorization category code is USCIS EAD Category Code  EAD Category Eligibility Description 180 Days Automatic Extension Eligibility A02 A lawful temporary resident pursuant to sections 245A or 210 of the INA No A03 Refugee Yes A04 Paroled as refugee No A05 Asylee (granted asylum) Yes A06 K1 non-immigrant…

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  • Immigration Judge WebEx Links

    Immigration Judge WebEx Links

    The list below [See updated here] has the link to the WebEx virtual Courtroom of each of the Immigration Judges in New York and a link to the full list of all the Immigration Judges in the US. There is also a dial-in number for each Immigration Judge for those who do not have access…

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  • Immigration Agencies

    The relevant government agencies that administer the U.S. immigration laws and links to resources to learn more about them. EOIR – Executive Office of Immigration Review (Immigration Court) BIA – Board of Immigration Appeals AAO – Administrative Appeals Office The Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) conducts administrative review of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers’ decisions regarding…

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