Immigration Law Articles
Navigating the U.S. immigration system requires submitting precisely completed forms and evidence. This page provides guidance on essential forms including power of attorney, change of address, certificate of translation, affidavit of support, and alien relative petitions. Learn how to properly file forms like the I-130, I-485, and I-864, assemble supporting documents, and avoid problems or delays with your immigration application.
Department of State Reciprocity Schedule I-130 Petition for Alien Relative I-130A Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status I-131 Application for Travel Document I-765 Application for Employment Authorization I-864 Affidavit of Support Assets
This Form Courtesy of Attorney Paul Consbruck DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY I, [name], of [address], Jacksonville, Florida (hereinafter referred to as PRINCIPAL), designate [name], of [address], Florida (hereinafter referred to as AGENT), to be my attorney-in-fact and agent. Authority of
Certificate of Translation I, ____________________________[name of translator] certify that I am fluent (conversant) in the English and ___________[insert language] languages and that the attached document is an accurate translation of the document entitled ____________________________[name of document]. Dated:_____________________________ By:________________________________ Name: Address: