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Since 2002, Elizabeth Krukova has been the head of the law firm National Capital Legal Services, Inc. Each employee of the firm is a highly educated specialist in a particular area of ​​law. Our reputation is built on the feedback of our clients, on successfully resolved cases, on won lawsuits. Our lawyers have not only achieved significant results for clients, but have also published numerous legal articles, made presentations and been featured on numerous television and radio broadcasts.
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Company founder - lawyer Elizabeth Krukova
Elizabeth Krukova holds an LL.M. from Bloomington University of Law, Indiana, and has been a practicing attorney and member of many professional associations for 20 years.


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120 years

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April 11, 2024
USCIS has updated some immigration forms
On April 1, 2024, USCIS released updates to certain immigration forms. For example, such as: I-140 “Immigration Petition for Alien Workers” N-600 “Application for issuance of a certificate of citizenship” I-912 “Request for Fee...
April 5, 2024
Now your work permit in the US is automatically extended for one and a half years
USCIS extends automatic renewal of Employment Authorization (EAD) April 4, 2024 United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced an increase in the automatic extension of work authorization (EAD) in the United States. Now the work...
March 15, 2024
USCIS streamlines the work authorization process for refugees
In the US, refugees will be issued work permits within 30 days USCIS recently announced that it is simplifying the process of obtaining an EAD and SSN for refugees. The new process is fully automated and no longer requires refugees to apply for an EAD...
February 28, 2024
The US State Department has released a re-parole program for Ukrainian citizens
The re-parole program has been launched for Ukrainians who arrived using a humanitarian password From February 27, 2024, Ukrainians and their immediate relatives, including those who are not citizens of Ukraine, arrived in the United States with a...
February 19, 2024
New H-1B registration rules
USCIS announces new registration rules for the H-1B Program USCIS has made updates to the H-1B program aimed at improving the program, reducing H-1B enrollment fraud, and changing the cost of certain application fees. Beginning enrollment in FY 2025,...
January 24, 2024
Mandamus: How to speed up the process of reviewing “stuck” petitions
How to speed up the process of reviewing “stuck” petitions or what is Mandamus? There are cases when the government or other U.S. authorities do not take timely measures and delay the process of consideration of immigration petitions for a long time....
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8230 Old Courthouse Rd, Ste. 200, Vienna, VA 22182.

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1000 Brickell Ave Ste 715 Miami, FL 33131