Legal Advice for Permanent Residence — 308 results
Written by attorney Thomas Esparza, over 4 years ago.
Section 245i of the Immigration Act and
Adjustment of Status to Permanent Residence
Without Returning to Your Home Country
Section 245(i) adjustment of status allows certain
persons, who... more
Written by attorney George R. Barron, over 4 years ago.
Marriage to a US citizen gives some aliens a way to get a green card - Permanent Resident status in the United States - through a complex process called "adjustment of status". But the... more
Written by attorney Hasan Abdullah, almost 5 years ago.
This is a set of requirements that can be used as a checklist when petitioning for VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) protection. This is something you should further consult with your... more
Written by attorney Eli Mayer Kantor, about 5 years ago.
The Three Basic Programs There are three basic programs: the Regional Center Pilot Program, the $1,000,000 investment and the $500,000 investment in a targeted area, which are described... more
Written by attorney Isaul Verdin, over 5 years ago.
Stay Calm. Whatever the circumstances may be, if DHS detains you, you must stay calm. You must not speak to the DHS officers about any criminal offense you may have committed nor discuss... more
Written by attorney Amy L Becerra, over 5 years ago.
Marriage to a U.S. Citizen and I-130 Beneficiary A K-3 visa applicant must have a valid marriage to a U.S. citizen, be the beneficiary of a pending I-130 immediate relative petition, and... more
Written by attorney Linda Yin Liang, over 1 year ago.
Permanent Residence can be revoked before naturalization. You may lose your permanent residence if you violate certain laws. You may also lose your permanent residence if you are... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, almost 2 years ago.
A person who immigrates to the U.S. based on a marriage which is less than two years old at the time of his admission will receive conditional permanent residence. The conditional permanent... more
Written by attorney Joseph Cella, 5 months ago.
Relief From Removal for Certain LPR's who (1) have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence for not less than five years; (2) have resided in the United States continuously for seven... more
Written by attorney Daniel Fisher, about 1 year ago.
One of the most common issues that I experience when
1. What does it meanto make alegal entryinto the United States? To make a legal entry means that you were inspected and admitted by a... more