An interesting article for anyone who has heard about the current movement to strip citizenship from people born here, unless their parents are legally here. Born in the USA, but not an American? – The Boston Globe
The New York Times reports that now illegal immediate family members of US citizens in the military may qualify for parole and may apply for their green cards here. Awesome! http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/01/us/01immig.html
I have now been to the new digs of Orlando and Miami CIS. They are awesome! The offices are large, with ample waiting rooms and plenty of room for people to wait inside (!!) out of the heat and rain while they wait to get in. When will it be Tampa’s turn to have the […]
This question struck me the other day when I was in immigration court. I had my usual one client and was well prepared for what I wanted to do at that hearing. I could not help noticing that some attorneys had many clients for each hearing. That must mean they have good business, or their […]
My client was returned to her lawful permanent resident status, because the government attorney in the case recognized that relief was appropriate in this case. Congratulations!
I have but one criteria when it comes to what I think of other immigration attorneys, and that is that they must care about their clients, and what happens to them. I can forgive mistakes, and I know that everyone, even me, was new once, but I will not forgive those who represent their clients […]
The Assistant Chief Counsel (“ACC”) is the attorney who represents the interests of the US government in removal proceedings. The correct role of the ACC is not to act as prosecutor but to see that the law is correctly applied and that relief from removal is given only to those who deserve relief. I have […]
I enjoy the fact that by doing my job well I reunite families and help people live in the greatest country in the world. What I really enjoy, though, with a kind of oversuperior relish, is helping people who have already been told by other immigration attorneys that they have “no chance” at relief from […]