Legal Advice for Permanent Residence — 306 results
Written by attorney Gary Chodorow, about 1 year ago.
This memo summarizes the rights and obligations of a person who has become a U.S. lawful permanent resident (LPR), also known as a "green card" holder. Topics covered include manufacture... more
Written by attorney Scott Helsper, about 2 years ago.
Permanent Residents of the United States in most cases may travel outside the United States and return without a Reentry Permit by using their Green Cards as their travel document. If... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, 10 months ago.
Every single day many people attempt to cross the U.S. border because they are fleeing persecution in their home country. Their goal is simple: to seek refuge in the United States where... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Gutierrez, about 1 year ago.
A Group of 8 Senators, both Republican and Democrat, have devised a new immigration path to citizenship.
The three ways to get your green card are:
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 Myron Morales, almost 2 years ago.
A question that immigration attorneys hear quite often is whether a person who is seeking permanent residence through their U.S. citizen spouse must leave the U.S. to complete the process.... more
Written by attorney Alejandro Rivera, about 2 years ago.
Overview of some of the qualifications and issues in the path to becoming a United States Citizen.
Written by attorney Richard Luthmann, almost 2 years ago.
Taxpayers traveling to the United States with unpaid U.S. tax assessments can be detained at the border, questioned, and flagged for follow-up enforcement. If a taxpayer has an unpaid tax... more
Written by attorney Wassem M. Amin, over 1 year ago.
By Wassem M. Amin, Esq.
Officially titled "Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013," the bipartisan immigration reform bill (the "Bill") introduced... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, over 1 year ago.
Lawful permanent residents may apply for citizenship if they have continuously resided in the U.S. This is different from the physical presence requirement, which requires that the... more