Legal Advice for Permanent Residence — 306 results
Written by attorney Jason Lorenzon, over 2 years ago.
Law Tips: Immigration: Non-immigrant Visas, Immigrant Visas and Staying in Status
The Immigration system in the United States is a difficult and cumbersome system. Immigration is riddled... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Brauwerman, almost 4 years ago.
One of the best sections of the INA relating to relief in removal proceedings is cancellation of removal for (certain) permanent resident aliens, which is a discretionary form of relief. An... more
Written by attorney Alexus Paul Sham, about 4 years ago.
This is a highly complicated area of law that requires a professional's expertise.
1. Must have 10 years of Physical presence: Prior to the date of application you need to be in the US... more
Written by attorney C. C. Abbott, over 2 years ago.
The legal term "dual intent" refers to the concept that an alien can have the intent to enter the United States for a temporary visit under an existing non immigrant visa and also have the... more
Written by attorney Daniel Shanfield, over 3 years ago.
A client of ours, a resident of California's Central Valley and 19
year U.S. legal permanent resident (LPR), was returning home via Phoenix International Airport after attending his father'... more
Written by attorney C. C. Abbott, almost 3 years ago.
The first thing any new immigrant should do when the permanent residency status (LPR)is obtained is to read the Book written by USCIS titled "Welcome to the United States: A Guide to New... more
Written by attorney Xiaojuan Huang, almost 3 years ago.
YOU SAID I DO NOW WHAT? MARRIAGE BASED GREEN CARD INTERVIEW
An alien (no not the kind from outer space) and a U.S. citizen have
fallen in love and gotten married. The desire to obtain... more
Written by attorney Steven Culbreath, almost 3 years ago.
There are three basic areas of US immigration benefits: I) non-immigrant visas; II) Lawful Permanent Residence (a/k/a "green card") and III) citizenship.
Written by attorney Nicklaus Misiti, about 3 years ago.
Under section 203(b)(5) of
the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. 1153(b)(5), 10,000 immigrant
visas per year are made available to certain qualified individuals seeking... more
Written by attorney Calvin T. Sun, about 3 years ago.
The employment-based fifth preference immigrant visa classification, otherwise known as EB-5, allows aliens to receive US permanent residence (i.e. receive a "green card") through... more