Posted on March 10, 2016
So, you married your sweetheart but the marriage did not work out. What can you do? Can you still get your green card? The answer is . . . it depends. If your spouse has been abusive toward you, you can continue the process on your own and without your spouse being involved in the process. This abuse can take many forms,
Posted on February 26, 2016
Congrads!!!!!! You have decided to enter the wonderful world of marriage where all that matters is love. Really? That may not be the case if your marriage also involves filing for permanent residency (green card) based on your marriage to a U.S. Citizen. You may even find it surprising or perhaps troubling that immigration (USCIS) looks at your marriage with a certain
Posted on February 16, 2016
Potential clients often call my office to find out about how one can stay in the U.S. My answer is usually the same. I tell them that generally speaking (although not exhaustive), the paths to permanent residency (green card) are based on some family relationship and/or employment based relationship. Unfortunately, even within these broad categories there are same prerequisites that are necessary.
Posted on February 11, 2016
So, you have been issued a Notice to Appear and are now being summoned to appear in Immigration Court at 26 Federal Plaza, New York City. What do you do? Let's first start with what not to do? Do not ignore it and do not panic. Many people call our office and inquire as to whether they will be deported that day.
Posted on October 8, 2014
Theresa Guidice’s Husband Giuseppe “Joe” Guidice may be deported from the U.S. following his conviction for bank fraud. I last wrote about this back in August 2013 following the indictment (criminal prosecution) of Joe Guidice and his wife Theresa Guidice. At that time, they had only been indicted. What has changed? Since then, a plea of guilty took place for various charges. Most recently,
Posted on September 23, 2014
As most people by know by now, there are many issues that arise as a result of a criminal arrest? Many questions outside of the criminal arena must be taken into consideration. What are some of them? Will I get evicted from public housing? Will I lose my student financial aid? WILL I GET DEPORTED DUE TO MY CRIMINAL ARREST OR CONVICTION? We are living in
Posted on August 14, 2014
Many people are surprised to hear that if you have a deportation or removal case at the New York City Immigration Court located at 26 Federal Plaza, New York, New York, you might be able to request closing the deportation case. The Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) and the Office of the Chief Counsel (which is the lawyer for the DHS) are