Consider these questions to determine if you may be! Disclaimer: These guidelines are for informational purposes only – consult an attorney for specific evaluation of your case. DO YOU HAVE: […]
As a preface, most of you are probably aware that the immigration law was substantially changed in 1996 by the passage of the illegal immigration reform and immigrant responsibility act […]
In order to understand the impact that convictions can have on Immigration and naturalization issues involving our clients, it is first necessary to understand the underlying scheme of punishment and […]
On December 27, 2004, the USDOL promulgated the new PERM (Program Electronic Review Management) process for Permanent Labor Certifications. The effective date of the PERM regulation is March 28, 2005. […]
Naturalization is a process by which permanent resident or “green card” holders in the United States can apply for U.S. Citizenship. Naturalization is the ultimate immigration benefit. It guarantees certain freedoms – most importantly, the right to vote.