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Obtaining a U.S. Permanent Residence/Green Card

Posted November 5, 2015 10:09 pm
Infographic: Obtaining a U.S. Permanent Residence/Green Card The 3 most common ways to obtain U.S. permanent residence or the green card are: Family based petitions, business or employment-based petitions, and special programs. This infographic below illustrates each of these options. If you would like legal representation from one of our experienced immigration lawyers in Boston, … [Read entire content]

How to Obtain U.S. Permanent Residence/Green Card

Posted September 29, 2015 2:48 pm
The 3 Most Common Ways to Obtain U.S. Permanent Residence/Green Card Dear friends, As many of us know, the path to US citizenship for immigrants starts with first obtaining a green card. To commemorate the Hispanic Heritage Month, we want to address, the 3 most common ways to obtain U.S. permanent residence or the green … [Read entire content]

First Quarter 2009 Newsletter

Posted May 13, 2015 9:30 pm
Immediate benefits for your Child through their Step-parent   Return or remain in the U.S. after deportation   You may be eligible for a “Waiver of Inadmissibility”   Criminal charges and your immigration status   Some may still benefit from the old 245(i) law   Suing the Immigration service may be the answer     … [Read entire content]

Immigration Application Schedule [Oct 2013]

Posted May 9, 2015 12:05 am
Immigration Application Schedule [Oct 2013] by Desmond P. FitzGerald Dear friends, As the congress agenda is getting full and the prospect of immigration reform happening by the end of 2013 seems dimmer, we want to remind our immigrant clients and friends that if we truly want immigration reform to pass, we need to make our … [Read entire content]

First Quarter 2009 Newsletter

Posted May 6, 2015 8:11 pm
First Quarter 2009 Newsletter Immediate benefits for your Child through their Step-parent   Return or remain in the U.S. after deportation   You may be eligible for a “Waiver of Inadmissibility”   Criminal charges and your immigration status   Some may still benefit from the old 245(i) law   Suing the Immigration service may be … [Read entire content]

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