Legal Advice for “Permanent Residence” — 111 results
Written by attorney C. C. Abbott, 19 days ago.
Non US Citizens who have been married to an US Citizen can apply for permanent residency to be able to remain and work in the United States. If the marriage is less then two years at the... more
Written by attorney Ivan Yacub, 3 months ago.
This is a nut and bolts guide to obtaining lawful permanent residency to children who arrived to the United States under the Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) program Introduction... more
Written by attorney Yvette Sebelist, 7 months ago.
The spousal relationship is one of the most common bases for immigration to the U.S. The following is a brief description of the process. Immigration Through Marriage The spousal... more
Written by attorney Hans Burgos, 8 months ago.
Legal guide to deal with abandonment of LPR status issues regarding individuals who remain abroad for a protracted periods. The Law The law generally provides that “[a]n alien lawfully... more
Written by attorney Arek Nizamian, over 4 years ago.
Permanent resident status is not automatically lost by a lengthy absence abroad, but an extended absence is one factor that is taken into account by the Immigration Service in judging the... more
Written by attorney Saidin Hernandez, over 4 years ago.
Stay out of cuffs If you are arrested for any reason, make sure you obtain competent legal representation from a criminal attorney and also an immigration attorney. It is imperative that... more
Written by attorney Neelofer Syed, over 4 years ago.
Cancellation of Removal, as the term itself suggest is a form of relief available to an Alien in Removal Proceedings upon meeting certain standards set for the grant of such relief.... more
Written by attorney Christopher Kerosky, almost 5 years ago.
Many persons inquire as to
the method of obtaining permanent residence through marriage to a US
citizen. The process is still one of the
easiest of all the methods of obtaining status... more
Written by attorney Christina Murdoch, over 5 years ago.
Understand if you are a Conditional Permanent Resident CPR status was created as an additional measure to prevent immigration fraud, in particular marriage fraud. Although CPR status is... more
Written by attorney Nicklaus Misiti, about 3 years ago.
Whether purposeful or not in certain cases an individuals lawful permanent resident (LPR) status can be considered abandoned and they will lose their green card if they have not take proper... more