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I-602 Waivers for Asylees Applying For Green Cards

If you have been granted asylum but have committed fraud or a crime in the U.S., you may still be eligible for a green card through the I-602 waiver process How I-602 Waivers Help Asylum Seekers Remain in the U.S. I-602 waivers are a legal way for asylum seekers to waive grounds of inadmissibility and… Read More »

Mandamus/Federal Lawsuits Against USCIS

Do not wait any longer – put a stop to unreasonable delays in your green card or naturalization process You had no idea it would take this long for USCIS to make a decision about your application. But the question is: how long is too long to wait to receive your green card or your… Read More »

2015: The Year in Review at Nalbandian Law

Celebrations and Victories 2015 was another very successful year for the immigration experts at Nalbandian Law and our victorious clients as we worked together to help our clients triumph along their journey toward becoming U.S. citizens. Celebrating a Special Honor for Nalbandian Law Our law firm experienced a special honor in 2015, too. Nalbandian Law… Read More »

Have You Been the Victim of a Crime?

We may be able to help you get your Green Card If you are an alien who has been the victim of a crime, you may be eligible for a special “U-Visa”, a nonimmigrant visa, which puts you in a position to subsequently apply for a green card (permanent legal residency). To qualify, you must… Read More »

Pros and Cons of Seeking Prosecutorial Discretion (PD)

In light of the Obama administration’s recent executive order that went into effect January 5, 2015, you may qualify to take prosecutorial discretion (PD), also commonly known as “freezing your case.” The executive order states that individuals with a criminal history who haven’t committed a felony or a “significant misdemeanor” and who entered the U.S.… Read More »

The Importance of a Detailed Psychological Evaluation

Have you recently lost an I-601 hardship waiver case, VAWA Abused Spouse case, asylum case, or criminal deportation case because you couldn’t provide documentation of your hardship or abuse that would have clearly shown the judge or USCIS officer why your case should be approved? Even if your application or waiver has been denied, it… Read More »

How Long & How Often Can I Travel Before I Lose My Green Card?

As a legal permanent resident and green card holder, you may have many legitimate reasons for traveling outside of the U.S. such as serious family problems back home, caring for a sick relative or a young child, business trips, or returning to school to finish your education. Unfortunately, having a green card doesn’t mean you… Read More »

Winning Your I-601 Hardship Waiver!

If you are an alien who has been found to commit fraud or misrepresentation on any occasion in order to receive immigration benefits, you will need to file an I-601 form to apply for a “hardship waiver” that will allow you to enter the U.S. or prevent you from being deported to your native country.… Read More »

I-751 – Petition to Remove Conditions on Two-Year Green Card

When you recently married a U.S. Citizen, you received a temporary (conditional) green card that is valid for only two years. It’s important to know that if you don’t file an I-751 petition within 90 days prior to the two-year deadline for changing your temporary two-year green card into a permanent one, you could face… Read More »