Filing for your “green card” in the United States can be a stressful process in even the best of circumstances. Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (commonly known as a DUI) is a serious crime that can drastically affect you and other people’s lives. This is doubly true if you are applying for permanent residency in the United States. 

Becoming a U.S. citizen can be an overwhelming process no matter how well prepared you are. Luckily, if you’re applying for permanent residency (or a “green card”) through your U.S. spouse, the process is a bit more streamlined for you. However, being prepared for your application will ultimately help out in the long run; and will help you avoid any potential roadblocks to obtaining your permanent residency. 

Staying in the United States if you are foreign can be a complicated and time-consuming process. Technically, the law states that there is a one year deadline between entering the United States and applying for asylum. The immigration system in the United States can be especially confusing, so it’s always best to consult an experienced immigration attorney who has reviewed your case before applying for any type of visa, or for asylum. Keep reading to learn more about the general facts of applying for a visa or asylum in the United States.

I have always stressed the importance of hiring an experienced Immigration Attorney before filing your immigration matter. It is of vital importance for many reasons. However, with the new administration immigration law is changing what seems like daily. New regulations are being put in place...