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Can a Restraining Order help me get a green card?

Final Restraining Orders (FRO) can be used to help substantiate claims in the petition/application process for U-visas and Violence Against Women's Act (VAWA). There are many avenues for domestic violence victims to gain protection from their [...]

Can a Restraining Order help me get a green card?

Section 245i of the LIFE Act

In recent weeks, we have discussed deferred action through DAPA and DACA.  Under these programs, individuals in the United States without valid immigration status are allowed to live and work in the U.S. temporarily without facing the risk [...]

Section 245i of the LIFE Act

Temporary Protected Status can help you adjust stauts in NJ

This is big news for the Third Circuit which includes New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.  The federal district court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania held that a grant of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is [...]

Temporary Protected Status can help you adjust stauts in NJ

Cylvia Hayes Oregon’s First Lady Admits to a Sham Marriage

Cylvia Hayes, fiancée of Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber admits to marrying an Ethiopian immigrant, Abraham Abraham for money in a sham marriage in 1997 for $5,000.  They never lived together.  She called it a marriage [...]

Cylvia Hayes Oregon’s First Lady Admits to a Sham Marriage

Prepare for your Green Card interview questions

If you have submitted very little evidence, USCIS will assume your marriage is a sham.  They can separate you and your husband and ask each of you questions and compare the answers.  If there are [...]

Prepare for your Green Card interview questions