When the Immigration Court enters a final order of removal against a person that person may file a motion to reopen or reconsider with the court. However, until recently, if the person was removed... more
Illegal. Undocumented. Without papers. It doesnt matter what you call it, it is difficult when you are living in constant fear of deportation from the place you call home. The unfortunate reality... more
Permanent Residence can be revoked before naturalization. You may lose your permanent residence if you violate certain laws. You may also lose your permanent residence if you are considered having... more
When foreign nationals have been deported from the United States, all hope is not lost of returning. First, they have the right to an appeal and can legally remain in the United States while it is... more
A person begins to accrue unlawful presence in the US if a person remains in the US after his or her I-94 card expires.
A person is out of status because they haven't maintained the terms of their... more
Marriage is a milestone in many people's lives. Obtaining your lawful permanent residence through marriage should be a straightforward and pleasurable experience. But what happens when you are being... more
Can you become a Lawful Permanent Resident (Green Card) if you are being abused and your spouse or parent refuses to petition for you?
The immigration laws of the US allow certain relatives of US... more
Foreign Investors Are Eligible for Permanent Residency in the United States
Foreigners seeking permanent residency (green cards) in the United States can avoid extremely lengthy waiting times by... more