Immigration Law

"I Do!" . . . via the Web

The Convenience and Heavy Risks of Web-Based Marriage:

On March 6th, the Daily Mail (UK) published a revealing report on immigrants utilizing webchat marriages to circumvent US naturalization policy. According to the report, increasing numbers of immigrants seeking US citizenship are conducting “proxy marriages” via Skype

Pointer - Persons in TPS Status

Possible Change In Law – TPS Right To Apply For Permanent Residency – Stay Tuned

TPS registrants may have an opportunity to become legal permanent residents even if the entered without inspection. The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a temporary safe haven in the U.S. for nationals of a foreign state (Currently, the designated countries with TPS are: Haiti, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan) , that given certain safety circumstances in their countries, are allowed by the Attorney General to temporarily stay in the U.S.