How To Avoid Denial of Entry to the United States due to Conflicting Immigration Intent

When filing for a spouse to become a Permanent Resident of the United States at a US Consulate abroad, can your spouse travel to visit the United States while the process is pending? This is a tricky question. In order to successfully apply and be admitted to the United States as aB1 B2 visitor, youContinue reading How To Avoid Denial of Entry to the United States due to Conflicting Immigration Intent

“TO PANIC OR NOT TO PANIC” – When Your University Program Start Date is Approaching but still no Word from U.S. Immigration

What happens when your University Program Start Date is Approaching but still no Word from U.S. Immigration??Continue reading “TO PANIC OR NOT TO PANIC” – When Your University Program Start Date is Approaching but still no Word from U.S. Immigration

Ready to Apply for U.S. Citizenship but Unsure if Travel Outside the U.S. Disqualifies You?

Often travel outside of the United States is viewed as a simple matter when applying to naturalize to a United States Citizen. However, travel has the potential to undermine an entire N-400 Naturalization application. In contrast, a U.S. Permanent Resident should treat the travel factor as the exact ‘science’ it is before filing to becomeContinue reading Ready to Apply for U.S. Citizenship but Unsure if Travel Outside the U.S. Disqualifies You?

What?!….I am being Deported – How to React Strategically When Served with A Notice to Appear

It goes without saying…deportation and removal from the United States is very serious with devastating consequences.  One must immediately retain skilled U.S. Immigration legal counsel to navigate the Federal Court system if served with a Notice to Appear in U.S. Immigration court. Anyone who is a non-U.S. Citizen may receive a Notice to Appear(“NTA”). AnContinue reading What?!….I am being Deported – How to React Strategically When Served with A Notice to Appear

When the U.S. Government Is Not Satisfied With Your U.S. Visa Application | How to Respond to RFE, NOIDS or Intent to Revoke Visa Status.

We have witnessed the sheer panic in clients eyes, when they walk into our office for the first time with an Request for Additional Evidence (RFE), Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID), or Intent to Revoke Visa status.  Some have used attorneys, and some have filed their case without an immigration lawyer. The below infographic,Continue reading When the U.S. Government Is Not Satisfied With Your U.S. Visa Application | How to Respond to RFE, NOIDS or Intent to Revoke Visa Status.

How to Consular Process a U.S. Nonimmigrant Visa in Turkey Under the Current Freeze

As a result of current affairs, the United states recently announced a freeze for U.S. Consular visa processing in Turkey. However, what does this really mean, and how does a Foreign national process his or her pending case when the United States closes a consulate ? Good news…as this is not the first time aContinue reading How to Consular Process a U.S. Nonimmigrant Visa in Turkey Under the Current Freeze

Hope for Dreamers Update! H.R. 3440 / S 1615: Dream Act of 2017

Currently, DACA has been rescinded.  Procedurally, the executive order issued in 2012 by the prior Administration, had still not been resolved through Congress. President Trump has requested that Congress solve the current problem that over 800,000 children who are now young adults, crossed the border illegally and have no legal status in the United States.Continue reading Hope for Dreamers Update! H.R. 3440 / S 1615: Dream Act of 2017