The Visa Waiver Program lets residents from participating countries enter the United States for business or vacation without having to apply for a visa.
If you’re awaiting removal proceedings while in detention, you can ask an Immigration Judge to readjust your bond in a proceeding called a bond hearing.
While the affirmative and defensive asylum processes include many of the same steps, there are also several key differences that you should be aware of.
If you fail to show up to your removal hearing, an immigration judge will issue a Final Order of Removal against you due to your abscence.
Filing for a family-based immigrant visa can be a long and expensive road. Before you choose to file, make sure you understand the basics of the process.
VAWA visas are a useful way for abused individuals to remain in the United States legally after separating from an abusive relative.
The U Visa was originally created to help immigrant victims of domestic violence. Now, it helps provides lawful status to victims of certain other crimes.
The master calendar hearing is a short preliminary hearing that judges use to set the dates for all future proceedings, as well as deadlines for paperwork.
If you’re currently filing for an adjustment of status to get your green card, leaving the country can put your application, and your visa, in jeopardy.
Using H visas, individuals from other countries can live and work in the U.S. for a specific, limited amount of time. Usually between one and six years.
Now that the recent policy changes are beginning to roll out in immigration courts, there’s also an increasing need for new judges to handle the workload.
Now that Jeff Sessions’ Matter of Castro-Tum decision is starting to play out in the courts, it’s worth reviewing what this order actually does.