Legal Advice for Traveling Abroad — 15 results
Written by attorney Alexander Segal, over 1 year ago.
Can an individual who has overstayed his original visa in the USA or otherwise been present illegally in the USA for many years, travel abroad and return to pursue adjustment of status... more
Written by attorney Avi Friedman, over 4 years ago.
Basic Documents Required for Travel (and re-entry to the U.S.) Passport valid for at least six months beyond the date of intended departure from the U.S.;
Valid U.S. Visa;
Written by attorney Elisabeth Pasqualini, over 1 year ago.
By Shaffer Engle Law Offices, LLC posted in Adam Walsh Act on Saturday, January 19, 2013
Designated registrant's must register when traveling under PA's Adam Walsh Act.
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, 6 months ago.
Typically, applicants must have been lawfully admitted or paroled into the country to get lawful permanent residency (green card) in the United States. However, there are three exceptions... more
Written by attorney Ryan Gibson, over 1 year ago.
The U.S. Passport Card can be used to enter the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Bermuda at land border crossings or sea ports-of-entry and is more convenient and less... more
Written by attorney John Robert Egan, over 1 year ago.
Increasing global mobility is an integral part of our modern world. Students, researchers, business people, national and international civil servants, and many others find that their... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.
Recent years have demonstrated a rise in the number of crashes of helicopters ferrying medical passengers or taking tourists on sightseeing tours
Written by attorney JoAnn Barten, about 3 years ago.
Permanent residents can lose their status even if they visit the U.S. often. Once an immigrant has earned permanent residency, typically she or he wants to keep residency and have the... more
Written by attorney Christina Murdoch, almost 5 years ago.
Many people assume that when they finally become a lawful permanent resident (“LPR”) and receive their green card, their difficulties with the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) are... more
Written by attorney Gerald Goulder, over 3 years ago.
As an immigration lawyer, I
see too many people who do not take care to protect their permanent residence
(green card) status after USCIS grants permanent resident status. Permanent... more