Legal Advice for Border Crossing — 7 results
Written by attorney Shah Peerally, about 2 years ago. STAFF PICK
Filing for deferred action has been outlined by the USCIS. If you meet the eligibility requirements, you will need to file Form I-821D, Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization,... more
Written by attorney Robinson Ng, over 1 year ago.
PROVISIONAL WAIVERS (FORM I-601A). A lot has been talked about the provisional waiver. This newsletter will explain what a provisional waiver is and its impact on immigrant visa processing.... more
Written by attorney Brigid Campo, about 2 years ago.
If you haven't heard the acronym DACA yet, you probably will soon. Here is a brief synopsis of what every attorney should know about DACA, which stands for "Deferred Action for Childhood... more
Written by attorney Shahzad Ahmed, over 1 year ago.
Valentine Special: CROSSING BORDERS FOR LOVE
As our world becomes more and more intertwined, the romantic metaphor of crossing the seven seas for your beloved becomes ever more a... more
Written by attorney Michael Weinstein, over 3 years ago.
Newspapers and the internet are filled with stories regarding foreign citizens immigrating to the United States and Americans moving to foreign countries to retire. One of the primary... more
Written by attorney Jacob Sapochnick, over 3 years ago.
As many of our readers know, Chapter 16 of NAFTA (Temporary Entry of
Business Persons) provides for the simplified and expeditious temporary
entry of businesspersons who are citizens of... more
Written by attorney Joseph Grasmick, about 4 years ago.
Intent is Key If you’re stopped at the border for not having the correct “intention”, immigration authorities do not have to let you enter the U.S. as a tourist. This could devastate a... more