Inevitably, at some point the permanent resident cards (“green cards) of long-time U.S. Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) will expire. LPRs are required to maintain a valid permanent resident card, so green card holders must either continue to renew their LPR status and thus the green card, or apply to “upgrade” their status to U.S. citizen through an application for naturalization….
I have written about my nightmare experience trying to bring my husband – at that time we were engaged – to the U.S. via a fiance visa. See the series on Why I Practice Immigration Law Series: How I Imported My Husband, Love or Tension in the Air: Green Card Approved, How a Website Helped Get a Fiance Visa and If…
Live blog: Supreme Court strikes down three parts of immigration law, upholds one http://t.co/era79NoE #cnn via @CNN
Happy I’m helping citizenship applicants w/naturalization forms today. W/Mi Familia Vota beg. 9 am @ ASU Prep Acad, 735 E. Fillmore St, Phx
President Obama and Department of Homeland Secretary Janet Napolitano recently announced the availability of “deferred action,” or temporary protection from removal (deportation), and eligibility for work authorization, for certain people who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children. The government has up to 60 days from June 15, 2012 – the date the policy was announced – to provide…