Trump’s Original January, 27, 2017 Executive Order Prohibiting Immigration From Muslim Countries

Trump’s Original Executive Order Denying Travelers From Seven Muslim-Dominated Nations From Entry Into The United States. Trump Withdrew Executive Order After Challenged By Federal Courts As Being Unconstitutional. Abstract: This order called for the immediate suspension of entry of immigrants into the United States from seven Muslim nations for a period of 90 days and stops all refugees from Read more…

Trump’s Travel And Immigration – 2017 Executive Orders – Plus July 19, 2017 Update

Ban On U.S. Entry from Seven Muslim-Majority Nations  On January 27, 2017, under the pretense of stemming terrorism within the U.S., President Trump, by Executive Order, banned entry into the U.S. of travelers from the following Muslim dominated nations : Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. The Presidents Executive Order was then stayed by Read more…

Occupations Covered By H-1B Visas

Jobs That Qualify Some
 examples of jobs that may qualify are accountants, architects, 
chemists, computer analysts, computer programmers, engineers,
physicians, attorneys, pharmacists, graphic designers, higher
 managerial personnel, and some specialized nurses. Some
 workers without college degrees may obtain an H-1B visa
 because they have gained professional expertise through 
”degree equivalency”. The applicant will be required to Read more…

The Immigration Process: Short And Long-Term Admission

Coming to the United States can be difficult. While many people come illegally, this is a dangerous route. Coming legally is also difficult, but a lawyer who specializes in immigration law can help people get through this process. How To Gain Admission The procedure for gaining admission to the U.S. is designed to give the Read more…

Asylum And Refugees

Asylum and Refugees As a result of international treaties, most countries (including the U.S.) provide persons fleeing persecution with legal protection. Persons who are fleeing persecution on account of political opinion, membership in a particular social group, religion, race or national origin may be granted permission to come to the U.S. as “refugees.” However the Read more…

Permission To Work – Immigrant Status

One of the benefits of permanent residency is permission to work. However, permission to work (“work authorization”) is not limited to permanent residents. Some nonimmigrant statuses (such as tourists and transits) completely prohibit any work, but many foreigners in the U.S. may legally work. Whether they are granted such permission will depend upon the kind Read more…

U.S. Immigration Lawyers

If you are facing an immigration question, careful planning will increase the chance that you will accomplish your objective. How you plan will depend on your current status. An experienced U.S, immigration lawyer can advise you on how to achieve your goals. If You Are Outside The U.S. In some ways, this is the best position to Read more…

Getting A Green Card – U.S. Immigration Laws

Trouble-Tip: Travel And Immigration Ban On U.S. Green Card Holders By Executive Order – 2017  On January 27, 2017, under the pretense of stemming terrorism within the U.S., President Trump, by Executive Order, banned entry into the U.S. of travelers from the following Muslim dominated nations : Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. Read more…