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What Happens When Employers Threaten to Deport Their Employees?

Judging by how the Trump administration decided to start off 2018 in terms of immigration policy, it is going to be a long and challenging year for Members of Congress, law firms, and foreigners living in the United States.  In mid-January, agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raided nearly 100 convenience stores around the …Read More

8 Guidelines for Obtaining a Spouse Visa [Infographic]

Applying for a spouse visa may seem overwhelming if you’ve never had to do it before. The staff at KS Visa Law, a trusted provider of immigration services in San Diego, wants to make sure you know the necessary measures to take if you need to obtain a spouse visa for your husband or wife …Read More

Understanding the Deportation Process in the United States

In July 2017, the Washington Post published a report about a memorandum being considered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the White House in relation to the deportation and removal process. The memo in question is part of the mass deportation program that President Donald Trump has promised since the 2016 elections campaign. …Read More

Some Crimes May Make Immigrants Deportable

Ever since Donald Trump was elected to succeed President Barack Obama, immigrants in San Diego and across the United States have been extremely concerned about their future. In February 2017, less than a month after an executive order on immigration was issued by the White House, the Department of Homeland Security issued two memos that suggest …Read More

What to Do When Marriage-Based Adjustment of Status is Denied

Of all the immigrant visa programs offered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the marriage-based path to residency is one of the most flexible. However, this does not provide any assurance that an application will not be denied. Denials of marriage-based visas and requests of adjustment of status are neither routine nor …Read More

Learn About the H-1B Visa Requirements

The H-1B visa is a special kind of program that straddles the line between temporary and permanent immigration to the United States. Technically, the H-1B visa is a nonimmigrant program that fulfills an important economic purpose. However, immigration officials know that H-1B visa recipients often consider making the U.S. a more permanent home. The most …Read More

What Happens After an Immigration Interview

According to San Diego immigration attorneys, to receive some of the benefits offered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or the Department of State (DOS), you will need to be interviewed by a case evaluator. If you are applying for a visa issued at a consular office abroad, there is a strong …Read More

DUI Convictions and Immigration Status

Over the last few decades, the issue of DUI enforcement has affected various spheres of American society, including the immigration process. With regard to immigration, three potentially negative outcomes may arise: – Inadmissibility – Deportation – Disqualification from naturalization The problem with DUI convictions is that most states classify them as a criminal offense. Despite …Read More

Understanding the 30/60/90 Rule in Marriage-Based Immigration

Successful immigration to the United States depends on two major factors: compliance and intent. The compliance factor consists of doing things exactly as U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services stipulate, which means navigating a complex and bureaucratic path to legal residency. The intent factor largely consists of overcoming suspicions, particularly when it comes to marriage-based visas. …Read More

Top 6 Reasons Visas Get Denied

According to a 2013 report issued by the travel section of the Department of State, the rejection rate of B-visas, which are of a non-immigrant category, was higher than 60 percent for countries such as Afghanistan and Cuba. You may think that such visa refusal rates are related to conflict between the U.S. and those …Read More

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