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Recent Posts in Immigration Law Category


THE 2017 DIVERSITY IMMIGRANT VISA PROGRAM REGISTRATION DATES – October 1, 2015 - November 3, 2015. Q. What is a Diversity Immigrant Visa? A. The Department of State annually administers the ...
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The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Tunisian immigrant

The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of an immigrant from Tunisia Being a legal permanent resident doesn't make an individual immune from deportation. Under the Immigration and Nationality Act ...
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Termination of Removal Proceedings

Termination of Removal Proceedings On November 20, 2014, the Secretary of Homeland Security ("Secretary") announced several immigration policy initiatives affecting a number of DHS programs. ...
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H4 visa holders may be eligible to apply for work permits

Spouses of H1B holders/ H4 dependent spouses may apply for work authorization if they meet the new USCIS requirements Great news for H4 holders Great news for certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B ...
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Immigration Reform

IMMIGRATION REFORM On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced he would exercise his right to issue an executive order (or memorandum) allowing millions of undocumented immigrants to temporarily ...
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Am I deportable?

Criminal grounds of removability/deportability Can I be deported if I have a conviction? Answer: Yes, if you are not a US Citizen, you may be placed in removal proceedings. Whether or not you will be ...
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Adjustment of Status through Marriage

Adjustment of Status (green card) through Marriage Foreign spouses of US Citizens and US Permanent Residents can receive green cards if they meet certain criteria and submit the required petitions and ...
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Immigration Relief for Filipino Nationals

USCIS announced that Filipino Nationals affected by Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda may be eligible for various immigration benefits including but not limited to the following: Change or extension of ...
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Can I Get a Green Card?

Can I Get a Green Card? Authored by: Aneliya Angelova Immigration can be a complex and time consuming process. The most common questions clients ask are "Can I get a green card?" and ...
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Do I need an Immigration Lawyer?

Do I need an Immigration Lawyer? By: Aneliya Angelova, Esq. Immigration is a complicated and fast changing area of the law. The most important question is whether an individual is eligible for a ...
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Change of Status/Extenstion of Status while in the US.

Extension of Status/Change of Status Application – I-539 Authored by: Aneliya M. Angelova, Esq. Questions and Answers: 1. What form do I need to file if I would like to extend my current status ...
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