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When USCIS Makes an Error – I-290B to the Rescue!

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

The Form I-290B is used to file an appeal or motion to reopen or reconsider a decision made by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on certain applications submitted to them for approval.  In most cases, the I-290B must be submitted to USCIS within 30 to 33 calendar days after notice of the decision. … Read More »

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Don’t Wait Until New I-485 Comes Out – File Your Application Now!

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

One June 26, 2017, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a revised Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (Form I-485). The new Form I-485 and instructions have been substantially updated with more comprehensive and detailed questions.  USCIS also revised the Form I-485 Supplement A and Form I-485 Supplement J to… Read More »

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Parole for Entrepreneurs

By The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

In January of this year, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a final rule providing foreign individuals who are founders of start-up companies an opportunity to grow their companies within the United States. The rule is anticipated to help improve the economy through increased capital spending, innovation and job creation. The final rule allows DHS… Read More »

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The L-1B Visa: Transferring Employees with Specialized or Advanced Knowledge

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

United States immigration law allows global businesses to transfer employees from a foreign office to a United States office when such a decision is necessary to the interests of the business.  The L-1B visa allows a company to transfer an employee with “specialized knowledge” to come work in the United States.  Once an application… Read More »

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Immigration Benefits for Family Members of U.S. Military Active Service and Veterans

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

“Parole in Place” (or PIP) allows certain qualified individuals to apply for lawful permanent residence without leaving the United States, despite their past illegal entry and stay. Noncitizen spouses, parents, and unmarried minor children of U.S. citizen members or veterans of the U.S. military, who are in the U.S. after an unlawful entry, may… Read More »

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