Attorney Famuyide Wins Green Card For A Jamaican Through Provisional Waiver at U.S. Embassy in Kingston Jamaica
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Thursday, 13 August 2015 02:49
It was jubilation galore for this Jamaica immigrant who obtained her immigrant visa at the U.S. Embassy in Kingston, Jamaica after about 20 years as illegal immigrant in the United States. She returned to the United States with her green card as free person after many years of operating in the shadow of illegal status. Many thanks to Attorney Famuyide for rescuing another immigrant from the claws of deportation.
It all started about 20 years ago when this immigrant entered the United States without inspection through Canada. The trip was in search of greener pasture in the U.S. but no sooner than the journey started it dawned on this immigrant that she signed up for pain and suffering that would last for many years.
DHS Begins The Issuance Of Employment Authorization Cards to Certain H-4 Spouses of H1-B Holders Seeking Employment-Based Lawful Permanent Residence
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Thursday, 13 August 2015 02:48
WASHINGTON – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director León Rodríguez announced today that, effective May 26, 2015, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is extending eligibility for employment authorization to certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants who are seeking employment-based lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. DHS amended the regulations to allow these H-4 dependent spouses to accept employment in the United States.
Finalizing the H-4 employment eligibility was an important element of the immigration executive actions President Obama announced in November 2014. Extending eligibility for employment authorization to certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants is one of several initiatives underway to modernize, improve and clarify visa programs to grow the U.S. economy and create jobs.
Green Cards Now Possible For Nurses Within Two Years; New Visa Bulletin Shows
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Thursday, 13 August 2015 02:19
It appears that the nursing profession and many other unskilled professions under the 3rd employment based preference category of the U.S. Department of States Visa Bulletin are bouncing back to relevance with the recently released August 2015 Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin is suggesting that it is now possible again to obtain permanent resident status for nurses within a period less than 2years.
This good news will definitely put some smiles on the faces of qualified and eligible nurses who are currently stranded in the United States. This is the best news that can happen to immigrant students studying nursing who are currently in status. All other nurses who are in the United States but have overstayed will only be eligible to obtain their green card in the U.S if they are qualified under Section 245(i) of the Immigration & Nationality Act.
Humanitarian Waiver For Non-Immigrant Visa Applicants
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 01:28 Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Wednesday, 22 October 2014 00:58
Today, there are many successful people all around the world who may want to visit the United States but could not because of a past mistake made in their attempt to visit the United States. Some of them misrepresented facts to the Consular Officer while some attempted entry with forged visas and were sent back.
The Law Office of Joseph Famuyide wants to inform the general public that there is a waiver provision in the law of the United States for this immigration law infraction. Once the violation is waived, such a non-immigrant will be able to obtain visa to visit the United States again.
- Attorney Famuyide Wins Green Card For A Jamaican Through Provisional Waiver at U.S. Embassy in Kingston Jamaica
- DHS Begins The Issuance Of Employment Authorization Cards to Certain H-4 Spouses of H1-B Holders Seeking Employment-Based Lawful Permanent Residence
- Green Cards Now Possible For Nurses Within Two Years; New Visa Bulletin Shows
- Obama Deferred Action For Illegal Immigrants Hit A Bump in the Court
- Visa Holders Denied Entry to The U.S. After Unauthorized Employment During Previous Visits