Legal Advice for “Immigration Law” — 101 results
Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
An Aggravated Felony for Immigration Purposes If you do the crime, and you end up with time, then it is easier to be denied all relief. This reason is usually the really messy one, but the... more
Written by attorney Michael Pezzuto, 2 months ago.
Why the executive Action that was issued by President Obama on November 20, 2014 has not gone into effect. What the Executive Action is supposed to do? Allow thousands of undocumented... more
Written by attorney Michael Kuldiner, almost 5 years ago.
Immigrating to a new and unfamiliar country can be an exciting and nerve wrecking experience. One the one hand, you are about to start a new life in a prosperous country. However, it is... more
Written by attorney Richard Alton, almost 4 years ago.
A small insight into my decision to avoid family law and focus on immigration law
Written by attorney David H. Stoller, over 3 years ago.
This legal guidewill discuss common assumptions that we see clients make again and again during consultations at our office.Immigration law is complex and we always suggest the use of a... more
Written by attorney Christine Swenson, about 1 year ago.
Today, many who enter the criminal justice system end up facing additional consequences in the immigration system as well, unfortunately. It’s important to understand that there are... more
Written by attorney J. Keen, almost 2 years ago.
by Chris Keen, September 4, 2013
I thought my case was dismissed! Why is it causing my deportation?!
In a recent blog called Is That Plea Deal Really a Deal?, my colleague mentions the... more
Written by attorney C. C. Abbott, about 2 years ago.
Many people go to others for help with immigration problems. Unfortunately, in some cases, the person who has promised to help is a notario who steals your money and makes false promises.... more
Written by attorney Robert Berke, about 4 years ago.
This guide seeks to debunk some very common misunderstandings about the effects of an aggravated felony on the availability of relief in Immigration Court proceedings.
Written by attorney Harlan York, over 4 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