Trump’s Assault on Asylum and the Battle for the American Spirit

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15th Nov 2018

Donald Trump has made a political career on demonizing immigrants, and his actions in office have been consistent with his bombastic hardline rhetoric: killing DACA, separating families at the border under a “zero tolerance” policy, and now, issuing a Proclamation that America will ignore its international obligation (not to mention moral duty) to offer safe refuge to persons fleeing persecution.  This time, Trump may have gone too far. more

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Ending the Long Wait: Suing the Government When It Fails to Timely Act

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One of the most difficult aspects of immigrating to the United States is the waiting process.  This process can be stressful not only to the applicant, but also to the applicant’s family. This is especially true for family-based preference petitions involving siblings of U.S. citizens, where the waiting time is more than 20 years for Filipinos.  more

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Approved Waiver of Inadmissibility (I-601) – November 15, 2018

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Approved Employment-Based Petition (I-140) – November 15, 2018

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Our client will soon be eligible for her green card based on her employment as a High School Teacher. more

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Approved Change-of-Status from Tourist to Student – November 13, 2018

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13th Nov 2018

Applying for a change-of-status from a Tourist to a Student has become more difficult recently. The failure to extend your B-2 status my result in a denial. more

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Approved Application for DACA – November 9, 2018

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9th Nov 2018

So much uncertainty with immigration laws. But for now, the USCIS is still approving applications for DACA. more

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Removal of Conditions (I-751) – November 9, 2018

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It is possible to have the conditions on your residence removed by filing a joint petition with your spouse or by seeking a waiver of the joint filing requirement. more

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Green Card Based on Parent’s Employment – November 9, 2018

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Obtaining your green card based on employment may also lead to permanent resident status for your spouse and children. more

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Green Card Based on Marriage – November 9, 2018

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Be prepared for a difficult interview if you are applying for your green card based on marriage to a U.S. citizen. more

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Green Card After Being Victim of Crime (‘U’ Visa) – November 9, 2018

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Our client’s permanent resident status was granted after her request for a ‘U’ visa was approved as the victim of a crime. more

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