Author: Brian Lerner

Immigration Work Visa Lawyer – Finding a Good Lawyer

In order to get the best work visa lawyer, you need to do your research. Keep in mind that the work visa lawyer will have clients all over the United States and not just locally or in the State upon which you are located. Immigration Law if Federal Law, and therefore, the best work visa…

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Tips To Find The Right Immigration Lawyer In Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Immigration Lawyer is critical to obtain if you have an immigration problem and want to get it resolved. Are you finding yourself in a position whereby you have tons of Los Angeles Immigration Lawyers to choose to help you and you cannot decide which one should be the best one for you.…

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Let’s Play Alphabet Soup. Get A Business Visa Work Visa Lawyer

A Work Visa Lawyer can let you know all types of visas that you might be able to apply for under U.S. Immigration law. A U.S. Work Visa Lawyer explains that depending on your situation, the type of visa will differ. For example, a Work Visa Lawyer might tell you about the H-1B. For example,…

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Hire Experienced Lawyer To Get E2 Visa In California

The E-2 is a complicated U.S. Visa Petition and requires years of experience by an E2 Visa Lawyer to do it properly. There are many issues that must be dealt with and argued in the petition itself such as marginality, substantiality, ownership, managerial vs. executive, tracing of funds, etc. In reality, explains an E2 Visa…

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There are good changes on the horizon for Immigration Reform 2014

Immigration reform in 2014 has been issued. There are several items to Parole that are different, expanded and easier to get than in the past. Brian D. Lerner, immigration attorney explains that under immigration reform in 2014, first you would need to understand what exactly is ‘parole’ in order to have an appreciation of the…

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Immigration Reform and DAPA. What is it?

The immigration Reform Executive Order by President Obama has  a new kind of relief called DAPA. Brian Lerner states this will open up the doors for millions of people, but they must be notified if they qualify and they must do what is necessary to file the applications. As of now, it is ordered by…

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DREAMERS and Immigration Reform. What is needed?

Immigration Reform is here and Dreamers can get a work permit and get to be here legally if they qualify. Brian Lerner states that Dreamers has been able to apply for DACA or Deferred Action for the last 2-3 years. However, with the new immigration reform for Dreamers, we now have an expanded DACA and…

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The immigration reform has stirred national debate. Is it constitutional?

As most people know at this point, immigration reform has hit the U.S. through an executive order by President Obama and not through Congress. Brian Lerner explains that there is a hefty debate going on with this issue as to whether the immigration reform was constitutional or not. The Republicans are angry and state that…

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President Obama’s Immigration Reform also deals with Parole in Place for the military and inventors

At least three separate DHS memos address various aspects of “parole.” In the immigration context, parole refers to allowing an individual to temporarily enter the United States for purposes of significant public benefit or for humanitarian reasons without technically admitting the person into the country. President Obama’s immigration reform changes somewhat the policy.  Although parole…

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President Obama’s Immigration Reform Requirements extends to visa processing and employment based visas

Brian D. Lerner states that the Presidential Memorandum on visa modernization deals with the immigration reform requirements for visa processing and employment based visas.  On November 21, 2014, the President issued the Presidential Memorandum on “Modernizing and Streamlining the U.S. Immigrant Visa System for the 21st Century.” In this memo, Brian Lerner states the President…

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The Immigration Reform and when it becomes effective

The immigration reform by President Obama has several different provisions states Brian D. Lerner. Many of those provisions have different dates upon which they will become effective. The immigration reform provides a new DAPA, an expanded DACA, updated Prosecutorial Discretion standards through different priorities, expanded standards for eligibility for the Provisional Waiver and various other…

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Immigration Reform News Makes new Policies for deportation

The immigration reform news has made new policies states Brian D. Lerner, for who will be targeted for deportation. There are three different priorities with the first priority being the highest level of deportation and the second priority being the middle level priority and the third priority given the least preference and lowest priority for…

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The new immigration reform bill makes changes to prosecutorial discretion

The immigration reform bill just issued by President Obama is actually not a ‘bill’ per se, but rather, an executive order. One part of the order was a comprehensive memo by the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security that changed, altered and made in some respects clearer the priorities for deporting people and/or putting…

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Immigration reform USA 2014 news brings the new DAPA

Immigration reform USA 2014 brings a new form of relief called DAPA states Brian D. Lerner.  USCIS will create a new deferred action process, similar to DACA, for certain individuals. The immigration reform USA 2014 through the executive action will allow millions of people to obtain DAPA. Brian D. Lerner states that the requirements are…

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