3701471By Jeremy B. Love, Immigration Attorney
June 20, 2014

While watching the group matches during this year’s World Cup, it’s easy to notice the number of players who had the option to play for different national teams.

The decisions of some of the best players in the World clearly affected the teams they chose and, of course, the teams they didn’t. At the same time, the composition of the teams reflects the immigration policies of each country.

377879By Jeremy B. Love, Immigration Attorney

There is a great myth that has been allowed to confuse and mislead many people with whom I have come in contact. I feel as an immigration attorney that it is my duty to address this issue to help others not become victims of such practices.

During the course of many immigration consultations, individuals have asked me about the 10-year visa. Often they've heard it from a friend, who is undocumented, has been in the US more than 10 years and after filing recently, they received a work permit and are presumably on their way to become permanent residents.

 983963871April 10, 2013

NBCNews
The talk about reforming the American immigration system has focused on getting 11 million undocumented workers on the path to citizenship. It’s a simple idea that obscures a thorny truth.  There is no single path to citizenship...    [Click to read more]