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An immigration lawyer is someone who defends a foreign national who has been placed into removal or deportation proceedings in a United States immigration court. An immigration lawyer also aids foreign nationals in securing immigration benefits in the United States. An immigration lawyer can help clients apply for a fiance visa, marriage visa or other type of green card, an immigration waiver, a non-immigrant visa and citizenship or naturalization. A United States immigration lawyer can practice federal immigration law throughout the United States and often represents clients from around the world.

Handling of Immigration Lawyer Calls at USCIS Improves

By |September 22nd, 2011|Immigration Lawyer, Uncategorized|

As an immigration lawyer, the ability to quickly access information from USCIS is vital to my job. Although their website does offer valuable information such as which version of immigration forms have been retired, the current filing fees and general processing times, an immigration lawyer often needs information about a specific case. Sometimes we can [...]

601 Waiver and a Green Card through Marriage

By |February 27th, 2010|Immigration Waiver|

Needing a 601 waiver to get a green card through marriage is no insignificant thing. The proper preparation of a waiver will require many hours of work on the part of both the immigration lawyer and his clients. And yes, you should hire a lawyer to prepare the waiver. If you go it alone, and get rejected, you must start all over again if you want your husband to ever be able to get his green card.

USCIS Approves Haiti TPS

By |January 17th, 2010|Immigration by Country|

In response to the deadly earthquake that recently hit Haiti, immigration TPS has been approved by United States immigration officials for Haitians who were physically present in the US before the day of the earthquake. What is Temporary Protected Status (TPS)? When used in the US immigration field, temporary protected status (or TPS) is a [...]

Haitian Deportation Halted

By |January 13th, 2010|Immigration by Country|

US Immigration officials announced on January 13, 2010 that Haitian deportation would be halted in recognition of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that devastated the country of Haiti the day before. For nationals of most countries, US immigration deports or removes them to their home country either upon attempting to enter the US or after deportation [...]