Legal Advice for Immigration Process — 417 results
Written by attorney Caroly Pedersen, over 1 year ago.
THIS WEEKS IMMIGRATION NEWS UPDATES
January 28, 2013
Deal Just Announced on Comprehensive Immigration Reform The Gang of Eight just announced that it has reached a Bi-partisan deal on a... more
Written by attorney Toni Maschler, about 2 years ago.
Matter of Arrabally and Yerrabelly, decided April 17, 2012 by a three-judge panel at the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), held that a couple with pending applications for permanent... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Bennett, about 2 years ago.
Helpful tips on how to search for an find an immigration lawyer to assist you, including important factors you may wish to take into consideration.
Written by attorney Kyndra L. Mulder, 11 months ago.
U.S. immigration law relating to marriage as a path to obtaining legal permanent resident status has become more restrictive over time as a result of the increasing number of fraudulent... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Devore, 12 months ago.
How one enters the United States can have a profound effect on their eligibility for future immigration benefits. Inspection is the process of applying for admission or parole into the U.S.... more
Written by attorney Cindy Medina, about 1 year ago.
Pregunta: Que son las visas TN y cules son los requisitos.
Respuesta: El tratado de libre comercio (The North American Free Trade Agreement - NAFTA) abri el... 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 JoAnn Barten, over 3 years ago.
President Obama signed into law during October 2009 a new provision that allows relatives to continue processing their applications despite the untimely death of the Petitioner. In the... more
Written by attorney Gerald Goulder, about 2 years ago.
On June 15, 2012, the President has announced that effective immediately certain unlawfully present immigrants will temporarily not be subject to removal. This new policy will act to... more
Written by attorney William D. Fong, over 3 years ago.
Who qualifies? Immediate Relatives. Relatives of U.S. citizens are immediate relatives if they are spouses, children under 21, or parents of the U.S. citizen. There is no wait to file for... more