What To Know About Consular Processing at the US Embassy Abroad

What To Know About Consular Processing at the US Embassy Abroad

What To Know About the Consular Processing at the US Embassy Abroad Because the approval process for an immigration application takes so long and requires applicants to meet so many criteria, our office strives to ensure that each of our clients is prepared for every stage of an immigration case, from beginning to end. Our…

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses Consular Processing

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses Consular Processing Are you or a loved one intending to immigrate to the United States by completing a consulate at the U.S. embassy in your home country?  New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Susan Scheer knows what it takes to help people obtain Green Cards in the United States. New Jersey Immigration Lawyer…

Morristown Immigration Attorney

Morristown Immigration Attorney Discusses Losing Your Green Card When You Get Divorced

Morristown Immigration Attorney Discusses Losing Your Green Card When You Get Divorced As an experienced Morristown Immigration Attorney, I am often asked if you can lose your temporary Green Card if you get divorced and file an I-751 petition to convert to a permanent ten year. You will need to show documentation of at least two years that…

losing your citizenship from moving abroad

Morristown Immigration Attorney Discusses Loss of Citizenship from Moving Abroad

Morristown Immigration Attorney Discusses Loss of Citizenship from Moving Abroad I was recently asked as a Morristown Immigration Attorney about losing your Green Card because they had to stay outside of the U.S. for over 6 months because of a sick parent.  When you have a green card there is a residence requirement.  The residency requirement is…

Prior Arrests Preventing Citizenship

Morristown Immigration Lawyer Discusses a Past Criminal History Preventing Citizenship

Morristown Immigration Lawyer Discusses a Past Criminal History Preventing Citizenship I am often asked as a Morristown Immigration Lawyer if prior arrests can prevent you from becoming a U.S. Citizen.  If you have traffic violations, traffic tickets, a misdemeanor or something not violent will not usually affect your application for citizenship.  I will advise my clients…