Florida Board Certified Immigration Attorney, Elizabeth R. Blandon, explains how foreign nationals can earn a green card based on marriage. She describes the evidence that should be presented at an I
Florida Board Certified Immigration Expert, Elizabeth R. Blandon, Esq., explains how to win an asylum case as an atheist. Atheists can present an asylum case based on religion, political opinion, or
Asylees are allowed to work, travel internationally and receive a green card. Spouses and children of asylees receive similar benefits. They can apply whether they are in, or out of, the United Stat
Citizens of two counties may NOT obtain asylum, as stated recently in Matter of B-R, by the Board of Immigration Appeals. These are known as dual citizens. However, there are two notable exceptions.
Foreign nationals are responsible for their attorney’s fees unless they are successful on an Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA) claim. A recent First Circuit Court of Appeals case awarded attorney’s
When a couple has been married for less than two years, the foreigner will be issued conditional permanent residency. The green card will expire in two years. Thus, the foreign national must file Fo
Asylum hearings in Immigration Court are among the more difficult processes. The basic role of the government attorney is to find the pitfalls in the applicant’s case. Thus, It is essential to hire
No one ever has truly extra income. It is a mistake, however, to apply for immigration benefits in a difficult case without an attorney. In situations where the expertise of a skilled professional
The Dept. of Homeland Security has a new process to the spouses, children and parents of members of the armed forces and veterans. In short, these persons can obtain a green card even if they entered
In the always-evolving area of asylum law, a new unpublished case from the Board of Immigration Appeals has broadened the definition of a “particular social group” yet again to persons who suffer a mental illness.