Terrorism Defined by USCIS

Terrorism by the Definition of United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) As often as the term “terrorism” is thrown around in the United States, many people are still unaware of USCIS’ definition. The USCIS definition is important because it would adversely affect one’s qualification to receive a US Visa of any category; Immigrant (Continue reading “Terrorism Defined by USCIS”

Denial of Applications of Adjustment of Status (I-485) based on unproven allegations of membership in organizations categorized as terrorist by USCIS, specifically MEK ( Mojahedian Khalgh), a designated terrorist organization in Iran and Cherikhaye fadaiiye Khalgh (Iranian People’s Fedayee Guerillas).

By Ramona Kennedy, Esq. (Kennedy Law) , Email: Kennedycounsel@gmail.com Author’s Disclaimer: This article is suggested in response to denial of eligibility for Adjustment of Status by USCIS–under its discretion–for the reason of membership in a terrorist organization; specifically inadmissibility under INA Section 212 (a)(3)(B)(i)(I) as a provider of voluntary material support to MEK, a designatedContinue reading “Denial of Applications of Adjustment of Status (I-485) based on unproven allegations of membership in organizations categorized as terrorist by USCIS, specifically MEK ( Mojahedian Khalgh), a designated terrorist organization in Iran and Cherikhaye fadaiiye Khalgh (Iranian People’s Fedayee Guerillas).”

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