To help you better understand what adjustment of status is, this post will give you a quick definition of the process and a high-level overview of the five main steps involved.
In preparation for our May Facebook Live Event, we are covering the documents you are usually required to submit with your N-400 application.
To help you better understand what consular processing is, this post will give you a quick definition of the process and a high-level overview of the five main steps involved.
Living, working, and going to school in the United States is a dream for many people around the world. America is a nation of immigrants and the descendants of immigrants. However, for various reasons related to security and the economy, there are strict rules on who can live and work in the U.S.
A client from our Atlanta law firm came to us concerned that her application for citizenship would be denied because of her absence from the United States for more than one year. She is a permanent resident and was continuously in the US for 4 years prior to leaving for her one year trip, and then again established residency and continuity in the US after her trip.
Press Release from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services regarding changes to H-1B and H-4 visas.
A conditional permanent resident green card is issued to those foreign nationals who have been married to their U.S. citizen spouse for less than two years when they arrived in the U.S. or adjusted their status. However, there are other important aspects about a conditional green card that you should be aware of.
[UPDATED] President Trump has recently threatened to begin nationwide mass U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests, which has caused many people to feel uneasy about what their rights are in such a situation. To help all those who may not know what to do in this type of situation, we’ve put together a quick primer on what rights undocumented immigrants and foreign nationals have if law enforcement agents or investigators come to arrest them.
[UPDATED] With the current threat of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests made by President Trump, we’ve put together a quick primer on what rights immigrants and citizens have if a law enforcement officer tries to question them.
Before any case can move forward, there is an initial meeting with a lawyer, usually called a consultation. During this meeting, you and your lawyer will discuss the circumstances surrounding your case and important information the lawyer will need to know. To help you prepare for a meeting with your lawyer, we’ve put together a quick primer on some of the important aspects to remember.