The “Stay-at-Home Waiver” Works!
As February 2018 nears its close, I want to reflect upon a really good week in my waiver practice. Three married couple clients of mine are now free from the fear of prolonged family separation due to a humane procedure instituted by the Obama Administration known as the “Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver,” or as I call it the “Stay-At-Home Waiver.” This waiver is applied for utilizing form I-601A available at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services website, www.uscis.
Federal Lawsuit: Trump Ending TPS For Haitians, Salvadorans Was Racially Motivated
The Associated Press reports that on February 21, 2018 Haitian and Salvadoran immigrants sued President Donald Trump in federal district court in Boston, Massachusetts, arguing that the Republican administration’s decision to end Temporary Protected Status for qualified citizens of these countries now in the US, shielding them from deportation, was racially motivated. It claims Trump’s move to rescind the program was rooted in animus against immigrants of color, citing comme
8 Questions About Mental Health Which Can be Critical for Your Immigration Case.
These are just some of the questions that an immigration lawyer sensitive to mental health problems needs to ask and resolve to serve his clients. Time and again in Brian O'Neill's immigration law practice he has demonstrated an ability to identify possible mental health problems in a client and his or her family, to get them before the proper experts to identify the problems, and to use those problems to achieve successful immigration outcomes. Few areas of the law require a