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All Green Card applicants, who receive their medical examination from either a Panel Physician or a Civil Surgeon on or after October 1, 2021, will need to show evidence of vaccination for COVID-19, or provide a valid reason why they should not be held to the new requirement. See Full Details
Article by Scott D. Pollock & Associates, P.C.
I practice family and employment-based immigration law. I handle applications for green cards and US citizenship. I also do most of the firm’s federal litigation and the federal courts because I used to work for the Seventh Circuit.
A good lawyer can help you in spotting problems ahead of time or issues with the case ahead of time so that they can be addressed before they can become even bigger problems. I think the cases that mean the most to me are cases where it was really a big struggle and a long struggle to get the person the benefits they were seeking, but it was in the end successful. Those are the cases that mean the most to me because I had to work really hard, the clients had to work really hard. It was a group effort. All of our cases here are team efforts between the lawyers and the clients.
I’m Christina Murdoch, and I’m an immigration attorney at Scott D. Pollock & Associates.View Similar Articles