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Attorney Famuyide Wins A Complicated Fiancée Case

fianceeThe fiancée visa was created years ago to help couples who are in a hurry to be together with their proposed spouse in the United States quicker than it will take to file, and obtain permanent resident status. Some of these immigrants actually want to conduct their wedding ceremonies in the United States; the fiancée visa was created to bring the parties together in the U.S. for such an important milestone.

Initially, the process of obtaining fiancée visa was designed to be completed within 3 months. As technological advancements increased, and people started to meet online, the government started to see cases in which criminals were meeting innocent people and proposing marriages to them. Many lost their lives as a result of settling down with dangerous killers. It became necessary for the government to tighten the loopholes, and put more checks in place to reduce the danger. Instead of the 3 months, it is now taking about a year to complete the fiancée visa process, and majority of such applications are denied.

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Attorney Famuyide Rescues Green Card Holder From Deportation After Losing Conditional Green Card

attorney_rescuesThe joy of obtaining green cards suddenly turned sour for this immigrant and his children when their permanent resident status were terminated at the interview to remove the condition and obtain the 10year green cards. The well paying job of the principal applicant was on the verge until Attorney Famuyide was retained for the rescue.

To the surprise of this immigrant and his children, few weeks into the denial and the revocation of their permanent resident statuses, they received Notices to Appear before the Immigration Court for deportation proceedings. Their world was turned upside down. The hope of a better tomorrow started to fade. Their joy suddenly turned to sadness. It was at this stage that someone referred them to Attorney Famuyide for legal assistance.

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Attorney Famuyide Wins Citizenship For An Immigrant Who Failed Three Times

attorney_wins_fail_three_timesAs if his specialty is to handle distress cases and bailout frustrated immigrants from the disappointment of setbacks, Attorney Famuyide has won yet another naturalization case for an immigrant who attempted three times and failed three times. 

About  six months ago, this immigrant consulted with Attorney Famuyide upon the receipt of the denial letter in her third attempt to become a U.S. citizen. She was very devastated having spent her meager income on a futile effort to obtained the coveted blue passport. 

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Attorney Famuyide Wins Green Card For A Jamaican Through Provisional Waiver at U.S. Embassy in Kingston Jamaica

attorney_wins_jamaicaIt 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. 

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DHS Begins The Issuance Of Employment Authorization Cards to Certain H-4 Spouses of H1-B Holders Seeking Employment-Based Lawful Permanent Residence

DHS-AmericaWASHINGTON – 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.

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