Monthly Archives: May 2019

Just Because They Say So, Doesn’t Make It True

 I received a frantic call from a client recently at her naturalization interview.  She was being advised by the interviewing officer that her application was going to be denied because she did not meet the residency requirements.  In the run-up … Continue reading

Posted in 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(I), 212(a)(6)(C), 212(a)(6)(E), Alien Smuggling, Consular Officers, Crime of Moral Turpitude, Immigrant Waiver, Misrepresentation, Naturalization, Nonimmigrant Waiver, Petty Offense Exception, Pop-up Marriage, Request For Reconsideration, Sham Marriage, Visa Rights | Leave a comment

Zombies and Petition Revocations

What do zombies and petition revocations have in common?  Just when you thought they have died a permanent death – never to be seen again or heard from again – they come back to life, sometimes with devastating consequences. This … Continue reading

Posted in Department of State, Green Card Lottery, H-1B, L-1 Visa, Naturalization, O-1 Visa, Petition Revocation, Visa Revocation | Leave a comment