Khaja M. Din’s Guides

Khaja M. Din

Chicago Immigration Attorney.

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  1. You Can't Deport My Client For Taking Bullets On A Plane!!!

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, almost 3 years ago.

    You Can't Deport My Client For Taking Bullets On A Plane!!! We are pleased to announce that once again we have successfully won another case before the immigration courts in Chicago. Our client was a Mexican national who was in the United States on a Green Card for many years. ...

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  2. Cheat Sheet For Calling To Find Out About A Delayed VAWA

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    Sometimes, your VAWA petition is behind the normal processing time. If that is your situation, this is the phone-tree cheat-sheet to getting in to find out what is taking so long. 1- call 800-375-5283 2- press 1 for english 3- press 1 again 4- press 1 again 5- press 2 6- pre...

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  3. Muslim marriage traditions – Why it matters in the context of US Immigration Law?

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    This Work Product Belongs To Attorney Khaja Din of the Din Memmen Law Firm. For assistance in your immigration case please feel free to contact the law firm of Din Memmen on the web at www.DinMemmen.com to arrange a consultation. Muslim marriage traditions Why it matters in ...

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  4. Adjustment of Status After 2 Convictions For Aggravated Discharge of Firearm

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    This Work Product Belongs To Attorney Khaja Din of the Din Memmen Law Firm. For assistance in your immigration case please feel free to contact the law firm of Din Memmen on the web at www.DinMemmen.com to arrange a consultation. Memorandum for Eligibility for Adjustment of Sta...

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  5. Unlawful Presence Before You Turn 18 Years Old

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    If you remain in the US unlawfully before you turned 18 and even for 179 days after you turned 18 the bars on your reentry to the U.S. do not apply per INS 212 (a)(9)(B)(iii): AFM at 40.9.2(b)(2). We had a client who married a US Citizen. She was originally from Polan...

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  6. VAWA Checklist For The Practitioner

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    Though this is not meant to be a how-to guide for completing a VAWA, this will assist the practitioner in putting together a VAWA Petition. DOCUMENT CHECKLIST FOR VAWA PETITION . Evidence of spouses U.S. citizenship - Birth certificate; or - U.S. passport; or - Certificate of Na...

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  7. L-1 Visa InterCompany Transfer

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    Legal Guide L-1 VISA CLASSIFICATION The L-1 intracompany transferee classification allows companies to transfer certain employees temporally from a foreign entity to a US entity, provided that there is a qualifying relationship between the two entities.In order for a foreign n...

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  8. Consequences of Unlawful Stay/Overstay In The U.S. the 3yr, 10yr & perm bar

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    Consequences of Unlawful Stay/Overstay In The US The 3 and 10 year bars to re-entry The 1996 Illegal Immigration Reform and Responsibility Act (IIRAIRA) a created three year, ten year, and permanent bars on admission to the U.S. for a variety of immigration status violations. ...

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  9. Visa To The US Through Investment

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    What immigration options are available to high net worth individuals that are looking to invest in the US? We often get asked how individuals can come to the United States through investment. There is some confusion on this topic due to the various visas as well as the differ...

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  10. U-Visa / Getting A Green Card By Assisting The Police

    Written by attorney Khaja Din, about 3 years ago.

    U-Visa / Getting A Green Card By Assisting The Police A noncitizen crime victim who assists law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of a crime may be eligible for a temporary visa called a U Visa and later this U-Visa may allow the beneficiary to adjust to a lawful ...

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