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Delay in Issuance of Approval Numbers For Cancellation Of Removal Winners

delay_in_issuanceMany immigrants have resulted to applying for cancellation of removal as a way of rescuing themselves from deportation once they find themselves before the judge for removal proceedings. Even those with very slim chance of success, still apply at least to delay their removal from the United States. 

Some of these immigrants who have waited for President Obama for many years to pass an immigration reform bill ended up applying for cancellation of removal. Some of them were actually granted the relief, but now for the past two years the visa numbers are not available. These cases are held in limbo before the immigration court because there are no numbers to assign to them. 

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Don't File For The Waiver of Inadmissibility Without The Help of An Attorney 

dont_file_waiver_ofThere are many immigrants in the United States today who have lived in the U.S. for many years who are not “admissible” to status as a result of one violation or the other. These immigrants cannot be granted permanent resident statuses unless they are able to obtain waiver of the ground of inadmissibility concerning them.

There are many possible reasons an immigrant might be considered inadmissible to status in the U.S. Some examples are when an alien is convicted of commission of a crime, unlawfully present in the U.S., when alien misrepresented information to an immigration officer with the intention of obtaining immigration benefits, when the security of the United States is involved, when an alien falsely claimed to be a citizen of the United States, etc. 

Read more: Don't File For The Waiver of Inadmissibility Without The Help of An Attorney 

   

USCIS Calls On Dreamers; Renew Your Work Permits Now

uscis_work_permitOn February 20, 2014, 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 through the U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) between June 15, 2012 and August 15, 2012 to apply for the renewal of their status and work permit at least 120days before the expiration of their deferred action status otherwise they will forfeit their deferred action status.

The Memo was issued with a warning to those affected. According to the Memo “If your previous period of deferred action expires before you receive a renewal of deferred action under DACA, you will accrue unlawful presence and will not be authorized to work for any time between the periods of deferred action.  For this reason, USCIS encourages you to submit your request for renewal 120 days before your current period of deferred action under DACA expires.”

Read more: USCIS Calls On Dreamers; Renew Your Work Permits Now

   

Attorney Famuyide Wins 10 Year Green Cards For Immigrants With Unique Situations

After many years of suffering in the United States without any end in sight, Attorney Famuyide within a year of retainer obtained permanent resident statuses for these immigrants with unique situations with relative ease by addressing their unique issues before applying for permanent resident statuses for them. These elated immigrants will now be able to travel to see their loved ones. What a joy!

The plights of many immigrants in the United States today are similar to that of these immigrants. They came to the U.S. with the hope of finding greener pasture, but instead they found mystery, uncertainty and suffering. Many of these immigrants are simply stuck in the U.S. not because they could not survive in their home country, but because of the shame and ridicule associated with returning from the best country in the world with nothing.

Read more: Attorney Famuyide Wins 10 Year Green Cards For Immigrants With Unique Situations

   

Penny Wise; Pounds Foolish: Many Immigrants Losing Green Cards After 2 Years

penny_wise_pounds_foolish_bwU.S. Immigration News reports and you decide. Recently, it appears that there is a wave of immigrants now in the United States who are losing their green cards two years after obtaining statuses. Many of these immigrants are just careless and nonchalant.

 Few days ago, an immigrant who obtained his green card through marriage walked into my office with a permanent resident card which expired few days before he decided to seek advice on what to do to obtain the 10year permanent resident card. When asked what happened, his friend advised him not to do anything since he was kicked out of his marital home by his spouse. It was a case of the blind leading the blind.

Read more: Penny Wise; Pounds Foolish: Many Immigrants Losing Green Cards After 2 Years

   

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