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T3 steps to filing a waiver of inadmissibility application with an immigration attorney

T3 steps to filing a waiver of inadmissibility application with an immigration attorney

If you are planning to travel to the United States, either with an immigrant visa, to adjust your status, or even with certain types of non-immigrant visas, but at the time of your interview at the U.S. consulate for some reason you are found inadmissible, you can apply for a waiver of inadmissibility, with the help of an immigration attorney.…

After my asylum application in the USA, what are the possible decisions I can receive

After my asylum application in the USA, what are the possible decisions I can receive

After going through the process of filing your asylum application in the USA, the stress of your asylum decision from the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) may overwhelm you. However, knowing what decisions you may receive when applying for affirmative asylum could help ease your worry. Keep in mind that in order to receive an accurate decision from USCIS…

After my adopted child’s petition, how can a family immigration attorney help me make them U.S. citizens?

After my adopted child’s petition, how can a family immigration attorney help me make them U.S. citizens?

Once you, as a U.S. citizen, go through the process of petitioning for your adopted child to live with you in the U.S., there may be a desire to make them a citizen as well, so they can obtain the benefits you enjoy in the country. For this purpose, our family immigration lawyer can provide you with the necessary assistance.…

How can I bring my parents to the United States with the help of a family immigration lawyer?

How can I bring my parents to the United States with the help of a family immigration lawyer?

If you legally live within the United States but your parents are abroad, the immigration law has an alternative with which you can petition for them to live in the country. This process grants them legal permanent residency (Green Card). For this purpose, our family immigration lawyer can provide you with all the advice you need to complete the process…

3 Key Tips to Remember Before your Asylum Interview

3 Key Tips to Remember Before your Asylum Interview

As an asylum seeker in the United States, you are required to complete the asylum interview. During this interview, an officer of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will determine whether you qualify for asylum in the US. For this purpose, our asylum attorney has 3 important tips for you. While this process is rather simple and straightforward,…

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