Massive Children Migrants from South America Spoil The Chances of Immigration Reform in 2014
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Wednesday, 13 August 2014 15:31
United States through the southern border, but what is clear is that they have succeeded in spoiling the chances of any meaningful immigration reform this year.
Prior to recent times, the passage of any immigration bill through the Congress would be hard to sell for President Obama. It has now become even harder with the massive children migration to the United States through what appears to be a porous U.S. southern border.
Attorney Famuyide Wins Bond Hearing Using Criminal Attorney As A Witness
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Wednesday, 13 August 2014 15:28
The immigration law of the United States is not kind to any immigrant with criminal convictions regardless of the gravity of such an offense. Any immigrant who is a permanent resident alien or without status will suffer serious immigration consequence once handed over to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agents for processing.
In New York State, there is a working relationship between ICE and the New York Department of Probation whereby immigration detainers warrants are placed on qualified immigrants who are reporting for probation.
Attorney Famuyide Wins Stokes Interview for An Immigrant After Three Denials
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Wednesday, 13 August 2014 15:25
The rule of thumb is simply, don’t give up. It took two regular interviews, two stokes interviews and a huge credit card debt before this elated immigrant was able to prevail at the elusive and dreadful green card interview. It was such a rough ride, but thanks to Attorney Famuyide who worked very hard in clearing all the red flags in the case leading to the approval almost two years into trying.
The green card interview is not a one jacket fit all type of an interview. Some immigrants will find it so easy while some will experience the rough and tumble of Stokes interview before finally obtaining their green cards. There are usually two factors that could lead to a horrific experience at the green card interview; namely the presentation of the case and the officer assigned to the case. Some officers are simply nasty; they do not play by the rule. Some of them make up their mind before the interview after reviewing the file. Majority of the officers follow the law and are humane in their application of the law, but if your case is assigned to the nasty few, you are sure to get Stokes interview regardless of how well you perform.
More Crisis in the World Resulting in More Application For Asylum in the U.S.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 15:25 Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Wednesday, 13 August 2014 15:22
It is not a gainsaying to say that the world is in turmoil at the moment. From the crisis in Ukraine to the Syrian war and the movement of ISIL in Iraq to the Boko Haram onslaught in Nigeria, there is no region in the world that is completely safe.
The natural effect of the situation all around the world is that people will continue to look for a place to seek refuge all around the world. All the civilized countries of the world will be at the receiving end of these immigrants seeking refuge from persecution and war.
- Massive Children Migrants from South America Spoil The Chances of Immigration Reform in 2014
- Attorney Famuyide Wins Bond Hearing Using Criminal Attorney As A Witness
- Attorney Famuyide Wins Stokes Interview for An Immigrant After Three Denials
- More Crisis in the World Resulting in More Application For Asylum in the U.S.
- Attorney Famuyide Wins Reinstatement of Approval of Petition Filed in 1996 Through The Appeal Process