Legal Advice for Immigration Law — 471 results
Written by attorney Irene Vaisman, over 1 year ago.
On December 12, 2011, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a unanimous decision in Judulang v. Holder, overturning the Board of Immigration Appeals (Board or BIA) policy of... more
Written by attorney Lori Williams, almost 3 years ago.
By: Lori T. Williams, Esq.
Part 2 of my Immigration Law series focuses on the employer side of things. Clickhereto read Part 1, which pertains to individuals and families.
Rona Lum,... more
Written by attorney James Dipasquale, about 3 years ago.
In his September 9, 2010 appearance on Fox News, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg stated: "Although [illegal immigrants] broke the law by illegally crossing our borders or over-... more
Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, almost 4 years ago.
Many lawful permanent residents with a green card assume that after three, perhaps five years of lawful permanent resident status, they should file for U.S. Citizenship by Naturalization.... more
Written by attorney Kyndra L. Mulder, about 2 years ago.
Based on a memo from the Obama Administration dated June 15, 2012, a new policy will be effective immediately; certain young people who were brought to the United States through no fault... more
Written by attorney Carlos McDade, about 3 years ago.
While there has been a lot of attention directed toward the issue of the hiring of illegal immigrants, recruiters and employment referral companies must also be careful to follow the laws... more
Written by attorney Harlan York, over 3 years ago.
Immediate Relatives These are the three categories in which the approval of the relative petition ("Form I-130") has no waiting time in which to file for a green card:
a. Spouse of US... more
Written by attorney Paul DeWitt, over 2 years ago.
Beginning on March 5, 2012, Hawaii will require anyone applying for a new or renewal drivers license to provide proof of legal presence in the U.S pursuant to Act 38, Session Laws of Hawaii... more
Written by attorney David Eli Larson, about 2 years ago.
Here are some things DREAMers can do now to be ready once the procedures for applying for deferred action status are announced by USCIS:
Written by attorney Thomas Esparza, almost 3 years ago.
THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATIONS IMMIGRATION ANNOUNCEMENT IS NOT AN AMNESTY. IT DOES NOT GRANT LEGAL STATUS OR WORK PERMITS. IT IS NOT SOMETHING THAT YOU... more