The current climate of Work and Employment visa applications (temporary or permanent) in the United States is “RFE heavy”. RFE stands for a “Request for Additional Evidence”. The Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) initial review of a foreign national’s application for a work, investment or employment visa, usually results in an RFE being issued byContinue reading “Without These 3 Key RFE principles Your U.S. Work Visa Application Process May Be Doomed to Fail”
What happens when your University Program Start Date is Approaching but still no Word from U.S. Immigration??
And the answer is (drumroll please…)FALSE! Our team of U.S. Immigration lawyers realize that Canadians and foreign nationals from developed countries believe this myth. U.S. Asylum is available to all foreign nationals worldwide. One’s country of origin never determines the eligibility to apply for asylum once in the United States. The purpose of this articleContinue reading “Canadians Cannot Apply for Asylum in the United States. True or False?”
On behalf of ScottVassell & LeeCC Law Firm posted on Tuesday, October 04, 2016. The intersection of family law and U.S. Immigration law has become more and more common for our non-U.S. citizen clients. Domestic violence and divorce for a non-immigrant visa holder or a U.S. Permanent resident can result in devastating U.S. immigration consequences.Recently,Continue reading “The Dangerous Intersection of Family Law and U.S. Immigration Consequences”