Can I return to the US after being deported ?

           Depending on your immigration violations, many foreign nationals have been barred for periods of five, ten or twenty years from being able to return to the US. There are even violations that carry lifetime bars of inadmissibility. Although it will be difficult, it is not impossible to overcome many of these bars by waiting until the period of inadmissibility has passed or successfully receiving approval of a hardship waiver. You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review your case and help you make a determination of your probable odds of being able to return to the US.    

Can I get a US Greencard for my Parents?

  The answer is yes, if you are a US citizen and certain conditions are met. If you are also over the age of 21, reside in the US and meet the financial support guidelines, you can file for your parents to immigrate to the US and become lawful permanent residents. Your applications will need to be filed with the USCIS in the US, and not at any US consulate or Embassy. Then, at a future date , once the applications are approved, your parents will be issued immigrant visas to become greencard holders after entering the US.      Call our office at 954-522-4058 or email us a and schedule a consultation.

Jeff Sessions Attempting to Tap Down Immigration Judges

In the latest tightening of the screws to the Immigration courts, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has constrained the discretion of  Immigration Judges in showing leniency toward detainees, and restricting the ability of asylum detainees to be released. Essentially, Jeff Sessions has ruled that Immigration Judges are not allowed to use their discretion to terminate or dismiss cases. Such decisions would have to be made by the US Department of Homeland security. Although this may be a more hardline approach, it will surely add to the already backlogged court dockets and slow the flow of immigration cases through the system.  

Caution for Self-Filers with the USCIS - Make a Mistake, Lose your Filing Fees.

If you are deciding to file any USCIS petitions on your own, a word of warning. If you make a mistake , you may lose your filing fees. If you didnt read in the news last July, the USCIS released a policy memorandum that significantly affects the decision making ability of the USCIS and the potential affects on the applicant. According to this new policy, previous applications that had incorrect information or lack of required documentation were routinely issued a RFE (Request for Evidence) or a NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny). Applicants were routinely given 60-90 days to provide the necessary information or documentation before an application would be denied. Under the new policy, the adjudicators can now summarily deny an application if the required documentation or information is missing without first issuing an RFE or NOID. The effect is that innocent filers risk losing all of their filing fees for a single error and may also be faced with placement in removal proceedings.

Reunification of Separated families

According to ICE, and the Department of Homeland Security, all eligible reunification of parents and their children have been achieved. I am unsure of this assertion, but it will require an investigation by an outside governmental organization to confirm this assertion. Although the reunification of  "eligible" family members, the consequences of the Trump zero policy will have long term ramifications. First and foremost will be the traumatizing psychological impact on the young children that have been separated from their parents. There are even children who are here in the US despite their parent already being deported and back in their home country. What solution is the government going to implement to address these situations?? Currently, there is none. It is my  hopes that the reunification be completed for all families and not those deemed "eligible". each passing day of a child without their parents will only contribute to their fear and future resentmen

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