Legal Advice for Employment Authorization Document — 49 results
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, 7 months ago.
Generally, YES if it belongs to the employer (which it usually does), otherwise not. But, further details are needed to decide, and are outlined below. In What Capacity Did You Work For... more
Written by attorney Sonali Patnaik, almost 2 years ago.
To facilitate timely filing of these cases as August 15th approaches, Patnaik Law Office will now start opening cases to determine eligibility and collect required documents and fees.... more
Written by attorney Roshani Parekh, 9 months ago.
Form I-9 can cause many headaches for employers, as they seek to verify an employee’s identity and authorization to work in the U.S. The instructions for Form I-9 contain a wealth of... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, 5 months ago.
Asylum requires that applicants prove they suffered or fear suffering extreme harm in their home country. However, applicants must also demonstrate that the fear is based on their race,... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, 8 months ago.
This week, asylum applicants were served a huge victory in a lawsuit that had been pending for over a year. The following is a description of the three major changes asylum applicants can... more
Written by attorney Joshoa Sutton, about 1 year ago.
As an immigration attorney, Ive met many young people who were brought to the United States when they were children and now that they have become young adults, they realize that something... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, over 1 year ago.
Clients concern over why counselors so persistently pursue proof.(Note:It takes some kind of writer to alliterate twice in one sentence.)
The reason is simple:documents are essential to... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, 10 months ago.
The Real ID Act was enacted on May 11, 2005. This law imposed strict standards on foreign nationals by allowing immigration judges to require foreigners to produce documents in order to win... more
Written by attorney Mary Madrid-Crost, about 2 years ago.
The announcement made by DHS Secretary Napolitano last Friday, June 15, 2012, is a positive development for the younger population in the immigrant community who were brought into the U.S.... more
Written by attorney Gerald Goulder, 3 months ago.
Beginning in September 2014, USCIS will start reviewing applications for DACA renewal--applications to renew DACA status, and employment authorization, for persons previously granted 2-year... more