Archive for August 2010

Our new immigration lawyer video is now live!

Boston Deportation Defense Lawyer

The big news today is that my Boston immigration lawyer video is now up and live on Youtube and can be found here. This video couldn’t have happened without the help of lots of talented people. But I owe an especially deep debt of gratitude to my former immigration clients–Hakim, Nerlande, Ade, Paxton and Silvia and Nurahmed. Your kind words humble me and remind me why I love being an immigration attorney.

Please let me know what you think of my video. And if you want to gain U.S. citizenship, need help with an immigration waiver, representation in deportation hearings in Immigration Court or advice on your immigration options, call me at 617-722-0005.

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Green Cards under the Cuban Adjustment Act: tips from a Boston immigration lawyer

Deportation Defense Tips for Boston Immigration Court

Yesterday I went to Boston District Office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for a green card interview for an immigration client from Cuba who filed his I-485 so that he could get a green card under the Cuban Adjustment Act. Today, I’d like to share some insights I’ve gained into how to prepare an adjustment of status application under the Cuban Adjustment Act.

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If you entered the U.S. without inspection, your path to a green card is limited. A Boston immigration lawyer explains

Boston, MA Deportation Defense Attorney

As an immigration lawyer, I frequently meet with people who have entered the United States without a visa or without being inspected by an immigration officer at an airport or border. Such people have sneaked their way into the United States and now they seek a green card or some other legal status. We immigration lawyers refer to this class of people as EWIs (entry without inspection). What immigration options are available to someone who has no proof of being properly admitted and inspected upon entry into the U.S.?

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