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Three (3) Important Questions – Biden Legalization

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As you may know, the Biden Administration has introduced a "legalization" program allowing certain undocumented persons to apply for legal status in the U.S. through a multi-step process. Many people are wondering if they qualify. While the exact qualifications have not been announced, we know that the following questions must be answered as "YES" to initiate the process:

A. Am I undocumented without admission papers or parole?

B. Was I in the U.S. for 10 or more years as of June 17, 2024?

C. Was I married to a U.S. citizen on June 17, 2024? (Note: Applicants are NOT required to have been married for 10 or more years on June 17, 2024.)

It's important to note that regarding the last requirement, one could have been married for only a single day on June 17, 2024, and still potentially qualify. Others may qualify if they have a "common law" marriage that predates June 17, 2024.

Additionally, in starting cases, it's crucial to realize that the application process has not officially begun yet. It's also important to note that the application process could potentially be terminated in the future due to:

A. Lawsuits against the Biden Administration;

B. Future policy changes;

C. Election results that might lead to policy withdrawal.

Generally, individuals who file their applications early, before a termination event, have historically been allowed to continue their cases. Therefore, at Mathur Law Offices, we have simplified the process of starting your case with a pre-qualification analysis.

If you're interested in initiating the Biden Administration's legalization program, please call or click to begin.

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