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Experts cite costs, red tape of birthright citizenship plan

Experts cite costs, red tape of birthright citizenship plan
All parents applying for birth certificates would be asked about citizenship or immigration status.
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Gov’t puts temp hold on gay couple visa cases
WASHINGTON (AP) – The government will no longer automatically deny applications for immigration benefits for same-sex couples, opting to put them on hold until it gets some legal advice on the Obama administration’s decision to stop defending the law that prohibits gay marriage
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Immigration Lawyer – Brad Bernstein answers questions on Child Citizenship

www.4immigration.comListen in as Immigration Attorney Brad Bernstein of Spar & Bernstein, PC tackles a wide range of immigration questions relating to everything from green cards, deportation, education visas, work visas, adoption visas, permanent residence, naturalization, entertainment visas, sports visas, and anything else related to immigration law. Top US & New York Immigration Lawyer/Attorney Brad Bernstein and his associates give free advice to callers at Immigration Link Show on Linkup Radio 93.5 FM. Immigration Link Radio Show is aired Monday through Friday, 12:00pm-12:30pm EST, on 93.5 FM in New York City Metro Area and on our website at www.4immigration.com To schedule a consultation with The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, please call 1-800-522.0804 (within USA) or 1-212-227-3636 (outside of USA). Also please visit our cool blog, Spar & Bernstein’s Immigration Law Link sblawlink.com

www.4immigration.comListen in as Immigration Attorney Brad Bernstein of Spar & Bernstein, PC tackles a wide range of immigration questions relating to everything from green cards, deportation, education visas, work visas, adoption visas, permanent residence, naturalization, entertainment visas, sports visas, and anything else related to immigration law. Top US & New York Immigration Lawyer/Attorney Brad Bernstein and his associates give free advice to callers at Immigration Link Show on Linkup Radio 93.5 FM. Immigration Link Radio Show is aired Monday through Friday, 12:00pm-12:30pm EST, on 93.5 FM in New York City Metro Area and on our website at www.4immigration.com To schedule a consultation with The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, please call 1-800-522.0804 (within USA) or 1-212-227-3636 (outside of USA). Also please visit our cool blog, Spar & Bernstein’s Immigration Law Link sblawlink.com
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Immigration Lawyer – Brad Bernstein on – Citizenship Interviews and Adjusting Your Status

www.4immigration.comListen in as Immigration Attorney Brad Bernstein of Spar & Bernstein, PC tackles a wide range of immigration questions relating to everything from green cards, deportation, education visas, work visas, adoption visas, permanent residence, naturalization, entertainment visas, sports visas, and anything else related to immigration law. Top US & New York Immigration Lawyer/Attorney Brad Bernstein and his associates give free advice to callers at Immigration Link Show on Linkup Radio 93.5 FM. Immigration Link Radio Show is aired Monday through Friday, 12:00pm-12:30pm EST, on 93.5 FM in New York City Metro Area and on our website at www.4immigration.com To schedule a consultation with The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, please call 1-800-522.0804 (within USA) or 1-212-227-3636 (outside of USA). Also please visit our cool blog, Spar & Bernstein’s Immigration Law Link sblawlink.com
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Green Card, Immigration Law, & Citizenship Problems Solvers

Green Card, Immigration Law, & Citizenship Problems Solvers











Green Card – Immigration Law

Miami, FL (Vocus) October 25, 2010

VisaAttorneys.com has re-designed their website to include more up to date immigration law information, contact details, and help for individuals. Immigrants living near Miami and Southern Florida can now take advantage of the most experienced immigration lawyers available anywhere in the continental US. With experience from both private practice and government sectors, every possible strategy is examined before any immigration lawyer from Bernstein Osberg-Braun & de Moraes steps foot inside the courtroom. In fact, most cases go so smoothly that many of their clients never see the inside of any government office.

VisaAttorneys.com now has an online selection of all available immigration visas for individuals looking to become US citizens. The new database describes the necessary information, and is updated weekly with new laws, policies, and now allows visitors the ability to sign up to their newsletter to stay up to date on on-going green card laws.

VisaAttorneys.com is the online representation of the largest immigration law firm in South Florida, Bernstein Osberg-Braun & de Moraes. With over 60 years of combined experience, this is the go-to law firm for immigration matters including the EB-5 Visa, green card, work permit, and deportation matters. The multi-lingual staff offers experience from multiple disciplines including both private immigration lawyers and former Homeland Security lawyers and prosecutors. This insider information has proven invaluable in the quick resolution of many types of immigration-related legal problems.

EB-5 Visas

The EB-5 Visa, also known as a permanent work visa or an employment creation visa, is one of Bernstein Osberg-Braun & de Moraes’ specialties. The basic premise behind the EB-5 is that an alien, or potential immigrant, has either invested, or is in the process of investing, a substantial amount of legally-obtained funds in a new US business that will employ at least 10 people. Extensive documentation is required to support an EB-5 application. The Bernstein Osberg-Braun & de Moraes legal team possesses both the knowledge and experience to facilitate the application process.

Green Card and Work Permit

Depending on the situation, the immigrant will have to choose between a confusing number of government forms to complete in order to obtain a green card or a work permit. They may also be required to have their employer complete the forms or more forms on their behalf. In most cases, each form must be submitted to the appropriate government agency along with a substantial application fee. When the incorrect form is sent, the application fee is often forfeited, and the applicant must start over. By using the services of an immigration lawyer, the immigrant can be confident that all paperwork will be completed with 100% accuracy on the first attempt.

Citizenship

Many immigrants living in the United States dream of citizenship. However, the road to US citizenship can be long and riddled with complications. Immigration law can be confusing to anyone who is not educated in the intricate details of the extensive rules and regulations. To make it even more difficult, there are separate sets of rules for various situations. For example, the process and legal issues can vary depending on whether you are related to any US citizens. This is where the immigration law experts at Bernstein Osberg-Braun & de Moraes can help. Their experience will find the fastest path to citizenship for each of their clients based on their individual situation.

Specialized Visas

While most immigrants simply want to come to the US for work opportunities and civil liberties, some can fulfill a documented need for a specific skill. Special visa categories include athletes and entertainers, health care workers, religious workers, and people with extraordinary abilities. In fact, one of the best ways to expedite your visa application is to demonstrate a skill that is in extreme demand with a limited supply within the existing US population. The immigration experts at Bernstein Osberg-Braun & de Moraes will interview each client to determine if their education and past employment history warrants a specialized visa application.

At VisaAttorneys.com, each potential client can find information on these legal issues in addition to other resources. Each lawyer has been represented with a picture and a short biography. In some cases, full contact information is included. By disclosing as much information as possible, the immigration client will know exactly what to expect when they retain the services of a Bernstein Osberg-Braun & de Moraes immigration lawyer.

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How can I get out of a marriage if I am a victim of marriage fraud for citizenship?

Question by Astgik: How can I get out of a marriage if I am a victim of marriage fraud for citizenship?
Will this “marriage” stay on my record as an actual marriage? Do i hire a divorce lawyer or immigration lawyer? This “marriage” has only been 1 year and 3 months, can he still gain an advantage of the marriage to process his paperwork? He has not been sworn in the US yet and we have NOT gone to the interview.

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Answer by Lanamoon
you will have to get a divorce

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Can an immigration lawyer help me to expedite my Citizenship delay?


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Question by sshkareda: Can an immigration lawyer help me to expedite my Citizenship delay?
I’ve been waiting more then 2 years for “FBI pending name check” on my Citizenship .I did contacted senator and congressman from my state,and it’s seems like not helping me at all .I start to think to hire a good immigration lawyer for help me to resolve that problem.Any one knows if lawyer can help?

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Answer by schazjmd
I don’t know that it would be money well-spent — the immigration department is in financial trouble and is hoping to get through the backlog of applications by 2010… http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23088368/

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3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 31, 2010 at 1:21 pm

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Green Card Lawyer in Minnesota Discusses Immigration and Citizenship

Green Card Lawyer in Minnesota Discusses Immigration and Citizenship

Green Card Lawyer for Minnesota Immigration

What is a Green Card?

A green card is the term used to describe the document that shows a persons is a Lawful Permanent Resident.  It is the document that immigrants receive as proof of their permanent resident status.  The green card can be used for employment, driver’s license, social security number, etc.

Is a Green Card the same as Citizenship?

No.  Although green card holders may live in the United States indefinitely, they are not U.S. citizens.  Green card holders may work legally, travel, etc., but in order to become a U.S. citizen, they may apply for citizenship; it does not happen automatically.  Green card holders also cannot vote.

How do I get a Green Card?

You may be eligible for a green card if you have certain family members who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents.  Green card status is also available through employment.  Lastly, if a person is in deportation proceedings, there are occassions when an immigration judge may grant premanent resident – green card status.

How long may I remain a permanent resident?

You may remain a permanent resident, without becoming a citizen, indefinitely.  However, you are required to renew your green card every ten years.  In addition, you will be subject to various restrictions on travel, voting, etc., as a permanent resident.  As a U.S. citizen, there would be no restrictions on your immigration status.

For more information about specific details about the different ways to get a green card, see the many articles on our site at www.cundyandmartin.com .

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