So for those of you who have been following me, but have not submitted that nagging immigration question, I wanted to do some FAQ posts just for you. I’ve had alot of family based immigrant visa questions, especially in regards to the fiance visa, so I thought I’d touch on this for you. Here we [..]
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Many times when there is a denial in the case, it is due to an inadmissibility. To learn more about grounds of inadmissibility, check out my previous post. See “You should know: Are you barred from coming to the U.S.? So in a nutshell, if you are inadmissible, you’ll likely need a waiver, unless you [..]
I was sitting reviewing a crazy and (inexplicable) RFE from the USCIS regarding an I-601 waiver. In case you don’t know, an RFE is a Request for More Evidence. Nowadays I and many other immigration attorneys are getting these more often than we would like. This RFE was from a previous I-601 waiver that I filed [..]
So you’ve already gone through the permanent residence process and now you are ready for U.S. citizenship! Congrats on getting this far! Don’t mess up on your citizenship test answers. You have worked too hard to get to this point. So here is my tip of the day. Study hard and don’t wing it. You. [..]
Well we received “comforting” words from the Chief in Chaos, President Trump, ” just calm down and enjoy the ride.” I don’t know about all of that but what I do know is, 2018 was a rough year for all of us in immigration. More denials and RFE’s across the board. Restrictive and overly broad [..]
I have been getting alot of questions about whether or not certain issues will lead to a denial in an immigration application. This is a legitimate concern. If you are getting ready to apply for an immigration benefit in 2019, you should get a professional evaluation of your particular case. Many times, applicants don’t realize [..]
I want you to avoid devastating immigration mistakes. I’m going to tell you about a very nightmarish scenario that comes from making an Adjustment of Status mistake regarding eligibility.
There is a partial shutdown over Trump’s border wall funding fiasco (which I thought the Mexican Government was going to pay for). So will this shutdown affect your immigration application?
WOOHOO! Supreme Court rejects Trump’s asylum ban in 5-4 ruling as Chief Justice Roberts sides with liberal judges https://t.co/TMulhZtu3I via @nbcnews — ST Law Office, PLLC (@STLawOffice) December 21, 2018
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