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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.
My grandparents were forced to flee their homes several decades ago and my parents came to the United States a few years before I was born. So I was always sort of aware of the reasons why people, you know, leave their homes and come somewhere new. Because of that, I became interested in human rights law and also in immigration and refugee issues. Most of my experience has been in humanitarian-based immigration like asylum and and related forms of relief and in removal defense, but I do take on many different types of cases including family-based immigration and other types of visas. There’s many different reasons why people come to the US and so it’s important to work with your clients to find which pathway works best for them and it may not always be the one that seems most obvious. My name is Dahlia Fuleihan and I’m an immigration attorney at Scott Pollock & Associates.View Similar Articles