Section 245i of the U.S. Immigration code, also referred to as the ‘grandfather clause” is the single most missed opportunity by foreign nationals and lawyers alike as a means for undocumented individuals to adjust status to Permanent Resident
Afghan Refugees have fled by thousands. Sleeping on hard floors, cement and just waiting to see how their fate will be determined. At this time, it is hoped that there will be sweeping legislation granting them permanent resident status in the United States. Otherwise, the Afghan evacuees lack pathways, according to the DHS report, andContinue reading “A Path Forward For Our Afghan Friends & Family”
The first step of opening an L-1A company in the United States is visiting to see how you like the United States. The lifestyle is ideal for entrepreneurs interested in increasing their income. The next step is opening a company in the United States. The United States Company has to be the Petitioner. The BeneficiaryContinue reading “L-1A’s – Open Your Office & Create Your Lifestyle in the United States”
Is There Ever A Time When Your Visa Is Expired But Your Still In Status? The answer is yes! I’ll explain. This is your U.S. Immigration Minute where we give you Immigration Tips & News without the Politics. Whenever a foreign national travels to the U.S. On a temporary non-immigrant visa, he or she isContinue reading “Is Your Visa Expired But Still In Status?”
While lockdowns and quarantines have placed the world on ‘pause’— we have witnessed businesses and investors respond to the pandemic as an opportunity to unite internationally in solving unprecedented problems. Finding solutions fast to grapple with the ‘new normal’ has become essential for society due to the crisis created by the spread of the COVID-19Continue reading “E-2 Visa Innovators & Investors Needed ~Partnering to Solve Pandemic Problems”
Becoming a U.S. Permanent Resident of the United States is a very exciting accomplishment until you can’t find work, qualified affordable child care, or a close family member falls ill unexpectedly. These are a few of the reasons Permanent Residents often leave the United States for extensive periods of time despite the risk of abandoningContinue reading “The Six Month Travel Game”
The Critical Link between Conditional Green Card & Applying for U.S. Citizenship The N-400 Application to become a U.S. Citizen can be a landmine for Permanent Residents who do not understand the critical link between the I-751 Removal of Conditions and Citizenship process. An N-400 Naturalization Application often resembles an audit. Hopefully, with the helpContinue reading “The Critical Link Between a Conditional Green Card and US Citizenship”
With the sunsetting of Work Authorization through Temporary Protected Status (TPS) fast approaching, thousands of employees will no longer be able to legally work and remain in the United States. Several countries such as El Salvador and Honduras will no longer have TPS; and seeking new work and status options is essential. TPS will beContinue reading “When Temporary Protection Status Is No longer an Option…Think PERM!”
When and how can a provisional waiver be the key to solve a foreign national’s immigration status problems while living without legal status in the United States?? Listen in as this is the topic of training for our immigration lawyers and staff today!!
In this podcast we will discuss the steps in starting a application for a Asylum visa request.