Don’t Try to Become a Citizen Without an Immigration Attorney

Hiring a Japanese Immigration Lawyer to Assist Your Application

When you first decide to emigrate to the United States from Japan, you might prioritize becoming a legal resident as quickly as possible. You want to remain in the country so you can keep your job and remain with friends and relatives who already live here. However, you also know that you may not be entirely suited to handle the permanent residency application by yourself. Instead of risking your stay in the country, you can hire a Japanese immigration lawyer to assist you in the application process.   Read More...

Prolonging Or Preventing Deportation By Hiring A Removal Attorney

When you are faced with being deported, you want to do everything in your power to remain in the country for as long as possible. It is understandable if you do not want to go back to your home country where you could face hardships and persecution. Instead of submitting to deportation orders, you can take legal action to prolong or prevent them. To do this, you can start by hiring a removal attorney to take your case and represent you in court.   Read More...

Tips For Success When Working With An Immigration Attorney

If you are in the process of immigrating to the United States, or if you are dealing with an immigration-related issue of some sort, then you probably already know that it's a good idea to work with an immigration attorney. If you are nervous about how things are going to go when you work with one of these attorneys, or if you just want to make sure that everything goes as well as possible, you will probably want to keep these tips in mind.   Read More...

Helping An Undocumented Immigrant In Your Life: What Can You Do Without Getting Into Trouble Yourself?

If you've encountered a person in your life you believe to be kind and worthy of your friendship, but they happen to be an undocumented immigrant, you probably feel like you're between a rock and a hard place. You want to extend yourself as a friend, but that may include helping someone who is deemed as a criminal, which, in turn, technically makes you a criminal. While most people don't want to commit a crime, nor do they advocate it for others, it's human nature to want to help a friend and despite the legal and political landmine that the immigration issue has become, you can act in your friend's best interest without sacrificing yourself.   Read More...

How The President's Views On Immigration Would Affect Refugees

Recently, the newly-elected President of the U.S. restricted travel on anyone coming into the country from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. One particular individual made headline news as he was returning from visiting family in one of these countries and was stranded in an airport until the ban was lifted. While the President continues to push for restrictions on refugees from Muslim nations, you may wonder how that affects all refugees from predominantly Muslim nations, such as the one your family came from.   Read More...