Visa Revocation

Visa Revocation Visa Revocation – A consular officer may revoke a nonimmigrant visa at any time, for any reason, under their discretion. The visa revocation may have a serious impact on individuals who are currently in the United States and their ability to stay...

Reentry Permit for Legal Permanent Residents

Reentry Permit for Legal Permanent Residents A reentry permit may be required for legal permanent resident, depending on how long an individual plans to leave the U.S.  Generally, a short-term trip does not require a reentry permit and a permanent resident would only...

Alien Registration Number (A-Number)

Alien Registration Number (A-Number) What is an Alien Registration Number (A-Number)? An Alien Registration Number is a nine-digit sequence of numbers that is assigned to many foreign nationals who have applied for permanent residence, a waiver, or other types of...

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) What is DACA? On June 15, 2012 the Department of Homeland Security created DACA. DACA is a type of administrative relief from deportation. It was created to provide undocumented immigrants under the age of sixteen with a...

Immigration Bond Hearings

Immigration Bond Hearings Immigration bond hearings – In one of our earlier posts, we discussed the different types of immigration bonds that are set by ICE or an immigration judge, the average amounts for an immigration bond, and how someone can bond a detainee...

Freedom of Information Act

FOIA – Freedom of Information Act What is the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)? The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), is a federal law which allows for the full or partial disclosure of documents which are controlled by the United States government. Every executive...