Immigration Attorney

Immigration Attorney

Can a presidential veto affect my immigration application?

Posted by admin on February 7, 2017

Recently, President Trump has made headlines by blasting illegal Mexican and Islamic immigrants. The problem that many from these communities might face is the Executive branch vetoing new laws that have make it easier to immigrate to the U.S. including the Hart–Celler Act of 1965. The Hart-Celler Act marks the time that the United States […]

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If a U.S. citizen marries an illegal immigrant, can they immediately apply for a green card?

Posted by admin on December 26, 2016

It is very likely that an illegal immigrant who marries a United States citizen could apply for a green card immediately. Each green card is approved based on specific criteria and the applying illegal immigrant must comply with all informational requests by the government. Green cards are not automatic for the spouses of U.S. citizens […]

Our Cedar Park Divorce and Immigration attorneys explain the divorce process with an illegal immigrant.
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I Married An Illegal Immigrant. How Do I Get Divorced?

Posted by admin on November 17, 2016

Illegal immigrants in the United States have nearly the same legal rights as citizens in manners of divorce and marriage with the Fourth and Fifth Amendments guaranteeing equal protection and access to the court system. This means that the process of divorcing an illegal immigrant is the same as any other divorce, although there may […]

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Is A Non-US Citizen Bound By A US Prenuptial Agreement?

Posted by admin on November 17, 2016

Before a U.S. citizen and a non-U.S. citizen go about the teaming process for Green Card access, the American citizen should be aware of the responsibility involved in how a sponsorship works and the mandatory financial obligations regardless of a prenuptial agreement. Signing a Form I-864, which is mandatory in order to sponsor a non-U.S. […]