Legal Advice for USCIS — 274 results
Written by attorney Jeff L. Khurgel, 11 months ago.
U.S. immigration law provides for approximately 140,000 employment-based immigrant visas per year to qualified applicants. The visas are divided into five preference categories, including... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Devore, 11 months ago.
How one enters the United States can have a profound effect on their eligibility for future immigration benefits. Inspection is the process of applying for admission or parole into the U.S.... more
Written by attorney Yvette Sebelist, 11 months ago.
On June 15th, President Obama announced he was ordering the Department of Homeland Security to not deport as many as a million young illegally present immigrants and allow them to apply for... more
Written by attorney Irene Vaisman, about 1 year ago.
Yesterday June 27, 2013, the Senate took a momentous step forward with a vote of 68-32 in favor of final passage of S. 744, the "Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration... more
Written by attorney Michael A Harris, about 1 year ago.
Today the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in U.S. vs. Windsor that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional by depriving gay, lesbian, same-sex, and LGBT couples from marrying... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, about 1 year ago.
Does a death threat amount to persecution? We have all heard the expression that beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. Well, for asylum cases, persecution lies in the eyes of the... more
Written by attorney Joshoa Sutton, about 1 year ago.
As an immigration attorney, Ive met many young people who were brought to the United States when they were children and now that they have become young adults, they realize that something... more
Written by attorney Cindy Medina, about 1 year ago.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Form I-821D, Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
2. Form I-765, Application for Work Authorization
3. Form I-765 Worksheet
1. Form I-... more
Written by attorney Kyndra L. Mulder, about 2 years ago.
The proposed changes in the processing of the I-601 Waiver will significantly reduce the time that United States Citizens and Permanent Residents are separated from immediate relatives. In... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Reingold, about 1 year ago.
One way to eventually obtain a green card and later to become a naturalized U.S. citizen is to apply for asylum. You can only apply for asylum when you are already in the U.S.... more