Legal Advice for Immigration Status — 554 results
Written by attorney Ollie Jefferson, about 3 years ago.
Today I successfully acquired a green card for a client in Dallas who would typically have to be interviewed outside of the country for thegreen card. In 1998 the clients employer began the... more
Written by attorney Nathan R Bogart, over 2 years ago.
In most cases, individuals who enter the United States without inspection cannot apply for adjustment of status from within the United States even if they have married a U.S.... more
Written by attorney C. C. Abbott, about 3 years ago.
The Immigration and Nationality Act contains six general classifications of aliens that are subject to being deported.( INA 237;8 USCA 1227)
The first deportable group is the aliens who... more
Written by attorney Alexus Paul Sham, over 4 years ago.
WHATS MOST IMPORTANT Being 245(i) eligible means that a person can adjust status despite having entered the country illegally. However the major obstacle is that someone, either an employer... more
Written by attorney Heather Garvock, about 2 years ago.
Every year thousands of immigrants successfully navigate the US immigration system and receive their green card.With so many people choosing that route, it is easy to think the path to... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, 12 months ago.
Once upon a time, weddings were simple. Today, weddings involve careful coordination and many details. Couples can spend months pouring over invitations, guest lists, seating arrangements,... more
Written by attorney Linda Yin Liang, about 3 years ago.
A member of the professions holding an advanced degree or its equivalent and a foreign national who has exceptional ability may be eligible for immigrant visa --employment-based, second... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, over 1 year ago.
Because the government does not have the resources to deport everyone present in the U.S. without authorization, Immigration allows certain foreigners to remain here legally.
If the case... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, about 1 year ago.
Persons outside the United States who have a fear of returning to their home country may qualify for refugee status while abroad. The fear of extreme harm must be based on the foreigners:... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Devore, 10 months ago.
Is an alien who was admitted as a C-1 alien in-transit eligible for Adjustment of Status? Read this Legal Guide to learn the answer. I have been told that an alien who enters “in-transit”... more