Certain Vietnamese, Laotian and Cambodian nationals will be allowed
to apply for adjustment of status to become U.S. permanent residents
beginning January 27, 2003.
Nationals of Vietnam, Cambodia or Laos who were paroled into the
United States before October 1, 1997
AND who entered the United States from one of three programs:
- the Orderly Departure Program
- a refugee camp in East Asia, or
- a refugee camp administered by the United Nations High Commissioner
for Refugees in Thailand.
The applicant may be inadmissible if he or she has a criminal history.
Read the final rule here
(Adobe Acrobat .pdf file)
To inquire about our services in helping you apply for adjustment
of status, click here.