Posted on July 22, 2013
When an individual that is not a U.S. Citizen is arrested either in New York City or New Jersey for certain criminal accusations, it is not uncommon for Immigration Officials to issue an Immigration Detainer. If this happens, the individual or his friends or family members should immediately spring to action. In the past, our office has dealt with these detainers in
Help!!! . . . Why is Immigration (DHS) trying to deport me for a very old criminal case and conviction and sending me a Notice to Appear at 26 Federal Plaza, New York, New York??
Posted on July 3, 2013
Does this sound familiar? Clients keep asking me why immigration (also known as DHS – Department of Homeland Security or ICE -Immigration Customs Enforcement) is trying now to deport someone for a very old conviction.There really is no one answer to this question. I have several opinions and have spoke to several federal agents about this. The answers are numerous and range
Posted on May 9, 2013
So, you got your conditional permanent residence (conditional/temporary green card) and now it’s time to apply for the permanent card. In the best case scenario, a person who obtained conditional permanent residence still is in a marital union and in marital bliss. Both, a marital union and marital bliss? . . . . Can that happen even after years of marriage? Yes,
Deportation Immigration Court at 26 Federal Plaza, New York City, NY Based on Criminal Arrest/ Conviction
Posted on April 3, 2013
What can a person do if they are summoned to appear through a Notice to Appear at the Immigration Court in New York City located at 26 Federal Plaza? The first thing to do is not to panic. The second thing to do is to make sure to plan to attend and appear at the scheduled hearing that appears on the Notice
Posted on February 26, 2013
Now that everyone may have heard about the possibility of some immigration legalization (amnesty) law that the government is trying to pass, many people wonder how it will affect them. In general, people likely fall into two categories. First, people who may be undocumented (illegally in the U.S.) are likely to benefit from any immigration reform. Who exactly? It is very early
Posted on January 10, 2013
Can I get a Green Card in the U.S. if I’m married to a U.S. Citizen but entered illegally or without Inspection? A person that enters the country illegally cannot adjust their status (get a green card or apply for permanent residency) in the U.S. based on the current law if the basis is marriage to a U.S. citizen. (There is a
Posted on January 10, 2013
Does the following apply to you? 1) You entered without inspection or illegally 2) You are married to a US Citizen 3) You can show that your spouse or parent will suffer an extreme hardship if you cannot get a green card If this applies to you, take advantage of this new law and contact our office.