This Week in Immigration

Consequences of failing to disclose material assets, …

By Atty. Kenneth Reyes

THERE is a natural tendency among divorcing parties to hide their assets from their spouse and understate income.  This is a common problem that I have observed from practicing law for many years.  A common question I hear from clients is “my …

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Consequences of failing to disclose material assets,  income, facts and information in a divorce case

How to obtain a waiver for immigration fraud and …

By Atty. Gwendolyn Malaya-Santos

IF you are an applicant for an immigration visa, K visa, or V non-immigrant visa, your application may be denied if you are found inadmissible under certain circumstances. In this case, you may file an application for waiver for pacific grounds, …

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What to know before you go

By Atty. Devin Connolly and Atty. Nancy MIller

HOLIDAYS are here and that means travelling to see family members. But before you go, here are a few things to remember. Departing the United States when you are not a U.S. citizen can lead to serious problems upon your attempt to return.  This …

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What to know before you go

Taking some of the mystery out of an attorney consultation

By Atty. Michael Gurfinkel

WITH the election of Donald Trump as president, and his statements about deporting millions of illegal aliens and getting tough on immigration, many people are scared, anxious, and worried about their future in America. They are mystified at the …

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Taking some of the mystery out of an attorney consultation

When your green card expires: What next?

By Atty. Lilli A. Baculi

WHAT happens when my green card expires? Lawful Permanent Resident status is not affected by the expiration of the Form I-551, or the “green card.” A person does not lose his or her status as a lawful permanent resident of the United States …

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When your green card expires: What next?

What’s trending: Trump’s E.O.

Since its issuance on Jan. 27, 2017,  the Executive Order on immigration (Trump’s E.O.) has been dissected because it is a “travel ban” of nationals from seven … FULL STORY

February 9, 2017

Panic mode

Even if every immigration attorney has a crystal ball and is able to read  ‘mumbo jumbo’ or perform magic, they are unable to forecast  the future for  … FULL STORY

December 29, 2016

CNMI (Saipan): A US territory

In the early 1990’s, news travelled fast about the irony behind the label “Made in the U.S.A” attached to famous brands of clothing because it was misleading.  … FULL STORY

December 22, 2016

Criminal convictions and consequences

(Part 2 of 2) Every nation’s immigration rules and regulations seek to weed out ‘undesirables’ or ‘deplorables’ maybe – those with the propensity for … FULL STORY

November 10, 2016

Criminal convictions and consequences

(Part 1 of 2) Criminal convictions in immigration are definitely ‘dealbreakers’.  Even just one can cause regrets about  the incident which led to it.  Not a lot … FULL STORY

October 27, 2016
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