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Public Charge Inadmissibility Rule

Public Charge Inadmissibility Rule

This Monday morning the Supreme Court allowed the enforcement of the “Public Charge” rule. According to USCIS, “public charge” means an individual who is likely to become primarily dependent on the government for subsistence, as demonstrated by either the...
L1- Visa VS E-2 Visas

L1- Visa VS E-2 Visas

L-1 and E-2 visas are two of the most common and utilized options for foreign nationals to set up new businesses in the U.S.  Both of them are temporary nonimmigrant work visas that allow the visa holders to live and work in the U.S. Our office has helped many...
Options for LGBTQ Asylum Seekers

Options for LGBTQ Asylum Seekers

LGBTQ persons afraid to return to their country because it would be dangerous to be open about LGBTQ identity or because of past trauma, may have a strong claim for asylum in the United States.   A person is eligible for asylum if they can prove that they...
The Crisis in Venezuela and Asylum

The Crisis in Venezuela and Asylum

Due to the current humanitarian and political crisis in Venezuela, many Venezuelans are living in fear and fleeing to escape danger.   At least 3 million refugees have fled the country, and it is predicted that in the near future it could be more than 8...

Provisional Waiver

The provisional waiver is a way in which to ask for “forgiveness” from the government if you are inadmissible.  Inadmissibility can be caused by many things, such as criminal history or derogatory immigration history. The most common inadmissibility grounds...