US Immigration Interview: Spousal or Marriage-Based Green Card Petitions

There are multiple ways to get a Green Card but the focus of this video will be on Family-Based Petitions–particularly spousal or marriage-based Green Card Petitions. I’ll share some 17 Practical Tips we’ve gathered over the years of our experience. The purpose of the interview is to determine the accuracy and completeness of the information provided in the applications, petitions, and to...[Read more]

E-2 Investors Visa Requirements USA

E-2 Investors Visa Requirements USA The E-2 Temporary or Non-Immigrant Visa has increasingly become a popular alternative to the EB-5 or Special Immigrant Visa afforded to those who can create employment through substantial investments. Most potential investors do not have such huge capital requirement or not willing to shell out that much financial resources under the EB-5 and thus, conten...[Read more]

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)… No more?

I. What is DACA? (DACA Defined) Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was introduced in 2012 to afford work permits and a reprieve from deportation to people, under specific criteria, who arrived in the United States as children. DACA beneficiaries came to the U.S. at a very young age--so innocent and perceived by law as incapable of having that criminal or illegal inten...[Read more]

INFOGRAPHIC: Car Accident Attorney’s Practical Tips When You Sustain Injuries

Even a relatively minor car accident (usually happens more than 80% of the time) can be a highly tensed situation and when it happens to you, whether or not it is your first time, you panic and easily overwhelmed with emotions. Whether you just sustained some physical or property damages, you do not usually know what to do under the circumstances. But if you were informed what to do in th...[Read more]

Green Card Process Infographic

Nowadays, there are different ways how a person can apply for a Green Card but in this infographic, we’ll discuss the 2 most common processes and go through around basic scenarios. To acquire a Green Card is a long and tedious battle. It can be confusing when you’re discovering the steps that you will need to do. So I’m providing you a chance to directly talk to a United States Immigration L...[Read more]

What is an Uncontested Divorce

Most divorces in the United States qualify as an uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorce is when you and your spouse agree to the terms and conditions of your divorce, without the court intervening in the following categories: • Child Support, Custody and Visitation • Division of Assets • Division of Debts • Property Distribution • Spousal Support Married couples usually resort to un...[Read more]

Green Card Through Marriage

When all U.S. immigration options appear not available, the most sought-after and highly recommended alternative for obtaining the seemingly elusive Green Card is through marriage with a US Citizen. Most immigration lawyers consider this option as the “fast track” or almost a guarantee to obtain the Green Card. With this in mind, Green Card through Marriage petitions have, since time immemorial...[Read more]

Personal Injury Settlements and Car Accident Attorney’s Practical Tips when you Sustain Injuries

California car accidents are higher than the national average. The common usual causes for car accidents are Driving Under Influence of drug or alcohol (DUI), poorly maintained or defective vehicles, congestions, over-speeding, violations of traffic rules, poor driving conditions, hot pursuits on the roads or freeways, unqualified and unlicensed driving or negligence. There are economic and non...[Read more]

Green Card Process in Simple Terms

What is a Green Card? It is an evidence or proof of your status as a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) in the U.S. issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). An LPR retains the citizenship of his/her home country but is allowed to reside and take employment in the U.S. on a permanent basis. Once the LPR successfully proves continuous residence of five (5) years, LP...[Read more]

US IMMIGRATION INTERVIEW Part 2: Practical Tips for U.S. VISA Interview at the Consular Office

What is US Visa Interview? The Department of State (D0S), through its numerous U.S. Embassies or U.S. Consulate Offices around the world, regularly conducts US Visa interviews to thousands of immigrant and non-immigrant visa applicants. Unlike Adjustment Interviews administered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), however, lawyers are not allowed to represent app...[Read more]


What is an Adjustment Interview? All applicants and petitioners or any other individuals may be required by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to appear for an adjustment immigration interview (8 CFR 103.2(b) (9)). This is usually conducted when the applicants for Green Card would like to avail of such immigration benefit while residing in the U.S. at the time of fi...[Read more]