Immigration Law News


Should I File I-751 With a Waiver of Joint Filing or File VAWA I-360?

Apr

28

Should I File I-751 With a Waiver of Joint Filing or File VAWA I-360?

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) enables domestic violence victims (and their children) to self-petition for a green card by filing Form I-360, Petition for Amerasian, ...

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About DACA and DREAMers

Feb

28

About DACA and DREAMers

On June 15th, 2012, the Department of Homeland Security created the (DACA). It’s an exercise of prosecutorial discretion that provides temporary relief from deportation. ...

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What is the New Public Charge Rule and How Does it Affect Me?

Dec

13

What is the New Public Charge Rule and How Does it Affect Me?

One top reason to hire an experienced immigration lawyer is to have someone who is on top of the constant changes in immigration rules and laws. As Chicago immigration attorneys, ...

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Section 245i Immigration Law: Who Is Protected and Who Isn’t

Dec

13

Section 245i Immigration Law: Who Is Protected and Who Isn’t

Section 245(i) of the Legal Immigration Family Equity Act (LIFE) is available to certain persons who aren’t eligible to apply for adjustment of status otherwise. Obviously, ...

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A Guide to Getting the EB-1 Employment Sponsored U.S. Visa

Dec

13

A Guide to Getting the EB-1 Employment Sponsored U.S. Visa

People who qualify for work in the United States can apply for a specific type of visa known as the EB-1 employment-based immigration. The EB-1 visa is reserved for those ...

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A Comprehensive Overview of the U Nonimmigrant Status (U-Visa)

Dec

13

A Comprehensive Overview of the U Nonimmigrant Status (U-Visa)

The U-visa (U nonimmigrant status) is a nonimmigrant type of US visa that is reserved for victims of crimes. People who have suffered substantial mental or physical abuse ...

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