Legal Advice for USCIS — 110 results
Written by attorney Jason Lorenzon, almost 3 years ago.
This guide explains how to get your immigration file from USCIS and the three different tracks and what you can expect. The only real way that an immigrant has access to a government file... more
Written by attorney James Tai, about 5 years ago.
Include as Much Documentation as Possible When Filing the Petition Failure to provide the necessary evidence/documents can result in significant delay of your petition/application, and can... more
Written by attorney Ann Badmus, over 1 year ago.
On March 8, 2013, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a new Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification. The form is available for immediate use by employers.... more
Written by attorney Bradley Maged, over 5 years ago.
What the Foreign National Should Bring Foreign nationals should bring originals of the following to their marriage interview: (1) All passports, (2) I-94 Arrival-Departure Record, (3)... more
Written by attorney Caroly Pedersen, over 1 year ago.
This Week's Immigration News
December 17, 2012New USCIS Immigrant Fee Imposed For U.S. Residency Applicants Abroad Beginning February 1, 2013, Immigrants who are processed for U.S.... more
Written by attorney Joseph Cella, over 1 year ago.
On January 2, 2013, the Department of Homeland Security announced a long-awaited rule that may help certain immigrants, currently in the United States illegally, become Lawful Permanent... more
Written by attorney Steven Culbreath, almost 2 years ago.
Recently, the United States established a procedure whereby certain immigrants who are (or were) unlawfully present in the United States, may remain in the United States longer while an... more
Written by attorney Anthony Aboseif, almost 2 years ago.
On January 2, 2013, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a final rule to keep families united during the waiver process.
Many foreign nationals who made illegal... more
Written by attorney Kassia Fialkoff, about 3 years ago.
All documents in a foreign language submitted to USCIS as a supporting document for an application require an English translation.
You can either:
Pay to get a translation done and then... more
Written by attorney David Eli Larson, about 2 years ago.
DHS Outlines Deferred Action for
Childhood Arrivals Process
USCIS to begin accepting requests for consideration of deferred action on August 15, 2012
released Aug. 3, 2012