Intending family-based immigrants generally are required to show sufficient financial support from a qualified person, in order to demonstrate that they will not become a "public charge" of the United States.
In a contested divorce or custody trial, the testimony of witnesses is a critical factor in the outcome. This week's blog will address some of the important issues surrounding the use of witness testimony in trial.
Many people are confused about the legal ability to help family members become lawful permanent residents of the United States. Complex immigration laws govern the rights of individuals to immigrate, the qualifying relationships, and the length of time for processing the application.
In our last couple of blogs, we have discussed the attorney/client relationship and steps that are typically taken while your case is pending. This week's blog will address an important part of your case, known as "discovery".
Whether an individual is subject to deportation based on the commission of a crime is an interesting and important issue. The last two blog posts addressed the legal issue of deportation for aliens that have been lawfully admitted to the United States.
Foreign nationals that have committed criminal acts are subject to possible deportation. Whether a particular crime subjects an individual to deportation is a critical question, and understanding the answer is important. Last we