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4 Ways to Speed Up Your Immigration Process

Immigration Process

Making the United States your permanent home can be an exciting proposition. However, many people do not properly evaluate the lengthy immigration process when planning their move. Immigrants that have successfully completed their journey have found that it can take up to two years to complete. This is a long time to wait, and you might be wondering if there is anything you can do to move things along. If you follow these four time-saving tips, including hidden gems like immigration physicals, it is possible that you could help speed up your immigration process.

  1. Hire an Immigration Attorney

There is a lot of paperwork involved when establishing your citizenship in a new country. When you have a professional immigration attorney help you, this paperwork will be filled out efficiently and correctly. In doing so, you can prevent stalls that would happen if paperwork had to be filled out again and resubmitted.

  1. Know When to Request Expedited Processing

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will take requests to accelerate processing if there is a true emergency pertaining to your move. For instance, those who have surgery scheduled during their processing time can request for expedition. Though this will certainly hurry things along, it can be difficult having such a request approved.

  1. Nail Your Naturalization Interview

As part of the immigration process, you will have to meet with a USCIS officer who will conduct an interview with you. First and foremost, don’t miss this interview, as rescheduling can take several months and would prevent you from moving forward in the process. At these interviews, you will also have to complete an English and civics exam. By preparing for this test, you can avoid having to retake it, which usually adds on another 60 to 90 days.

  1. Get Immigration Physicals at a Walk-In Clinic

The medical exams that are part of immigration physicals can be intimidating as it is a major part of your immigration process. When you have your physical completed at a walk-in clinic, you can complete the necessary requirements in one place without having to worry about making it to a scheduled appointment. This includes everything from testing to vaccinations and sealing your I-693 form to submit to USCIS.

At UrgentWay Walk-In Medical Center, you can have your physical completed in a timely manner so that you can move on to the next step in your immigration process. Visit one of our six locations near New York City and see one of our certified physicians today.

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Frank Roberts
Frank is an avid writer and contributor to the health and medical fields. He has been featured on numerous online publications and is a regular contributor to the UrgentWay blog. His interests include technology trends in the healthcare sector and innovative solutions to problems facing the practice of medicine.

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