This Week in Immigration

Atty. Kelly O'Reilly

Atty. Kelly O'Reilly Kelly O’Reilly is a nationally known immigration expert and former immigration officer. He is a highly sought after speaker on immigration and employment compliance issues. Mr. O’Reilly serves as the current chair of the Riverside County Bar Association Immigration section and is a partner in the full-service immigration firm of Wilner & O’Reilly where he provides free consultations.

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File your green card application now!

EDWARD, a 45 year-old married man from Manila came to the United States in 1999.  His mom and dad are U.S. citizens and filed a petition for him in December 1994.  He has been waiting 20 years for his priority … Continue reading

September 19, 2015

Immigration: A smart investment

Investor visas are a great option for immigrant investors and their families. These visas are available both for those that are outside of the United States, and for those that are currently in the United States on a different type … Continue reading

August 29, 2015

The point of no return

So often, we meet with clients who come to our law firm just before a scheduled consulate interview abroad.  The clients have either done their application on their own, or maybe a friend or “document preparer” has helped them, and … Continue reading

August 15, 2015

The importance of properly preparing for immigration interviews

CLIENTS often come in to our office with Hollywood-like ideas of what to expect at an immigration interview. They are usually surprised to hear that immigration interviews are almost completely different from what they have seen in the movies. An … Continue reading

August 08, 2015

You may now qualify for the provisional I-601A waiver

AMNESTY, executive orders, federal lawsuits, injunctions are words that have been tossed around frequently this year in regards to immigration.  For many immigrants, much of the information is overwhelming.  It seems like President Obama’s executive actions to aid unlawful immigrants … Continue reading

August 01, 2015

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