Renew Your Deferred Action Status And Employment Authorization Card Now
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Monday, 14 July 2014 21:47
On June 4, 2014, the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services made another clarion call to all dreamers and deferred action recipients to remember to apply for the renewal of their deferred action status and employment authorization card to avoid the accrual of unlawful presence.
It will be recalled that a similar call was made on February 20, 2014, when the Department of Homeland Security released a Public Announcement Memo advising all deferred action recipients who were granted the deferred action and employment authorization card to apply for the renewal of their status and work permit at least 120days before the expiration of their deferred action status otherwise they could forfeit their deferred action status.
Attorney Famuyide Wins Green Card For Immigrant Who Entered U.S. With C-1 Visa After Two Denials
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Monday, 14 July 2014 21:46
This is one of the strings of immigration successes achieved by the Law Office of Joseph Famuyide in recent months, using the grey areas of the law to rescue some immigrants from the claws of deportation.
This case was handled by two previous lawyers unsuccessfully. The immigrant arrived on the shore of the United States over 10years ago. The spouse and children had legal status. One of the children, a U.S. Citizen was even over the age of 21. He was qualified to petition for his mother, but the only problem was that the mother entered the United States with a C-1 visa.
Deceased Mom Gave Green Card to Daughter From The Grave
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Monday, 14 July 2014 21:43
Another miracle happened with the Law Office of Joseph Famuyide in the middle of everything. It was an unprecedented victory for this immigrant before the Immigration Court in New York. A mother who died in 2007 gave a green card to her daughter from the grave in court through the ingenuity of Attorney Famuyide. It was a sweet end to a case riddled with tales of tragedy, frustration and misery, but at last, it ended with celebration.
It all started in 1998 when a U.S. citizen sister petitioned for another sister to migrate to the United States. The names of the immigrant sister’s husband and children were included in the petition as derivatives. The process was going to take about 10years to mature into green cards for the entire family. While the case was pending, the family migrated to the United States waiting for their priority date to be current.
Provisional Waiver Gaining Ground With Frustrated Immigrant As the Last Option
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Monday, 14 July 2014 21:40
It is no longer gainsaying to say that there are many immigrants in the United States today who are stranded due to their mode of entry. These immigrants entered the U.S. without inspection. They are married to U.S. citizens’, spouses with children, but they cannot adjust their status in the U.S. because they are not qualified for payment of $1000 penalty under Section 245(i) of the Immigration & Nationality Act as amended.
It appears now since the passage of the Comprehensive Immigration Reform is no longer imminent, that the provisional waiver route is the only option for those who entered without inspection to obtain their permanent resident status. The process will require traveling abroad to obtain the green card after the approval of the provisional waiver in the United States.
- Attorney Famuyide Wins Reinstatement of Approval of Petition Filed in 1996 Through The Appeal Process
- Renew Your Deferred Action Status And Employment Authorization Card Now
- Attorney Famuyide Wins Green Card For Immigrant Who Entered U.S. With C-1 Visa After Two Denials
- Deceased Mom Gave Green Card to Daughter From The Grave
- Provisional Waiver Gaining Ground With Frustrated Immigrant As the Last Option