People come to the United States for a variety of reasons, one of which is to flee persecution and seek protection through an asylum application. The very nature of fleeing persecution means that the applicant has endured harm that naturally impacts their psyche in...
Month: July 2017
DUI Conviction Not Necessarily Fatal to 42b Cancellation of Removal’s Good Moral Character Requirement
Good Moral Character is a requirement for a hopeful applicant to be successful in their Cancellation of Removal for Nonimmigrants application. The law is less than clear for many applicants as to what they are required to show. The statute that defines...
Another YMF Asylum Victory Relying Upon Matter of A-R-C-G-
Jane was granted asylum by the immigration Judge due to years of abuse at the hands of her cousin in Ecuador. Jane entered the country unlawfully having crossed the US/Mexico border without permission in 2013. She was immediately detained and even issued an...
Attorney H. Raymond Fasano, as Section Chair to the Federal Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section will be hosting the Federal Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section Seminar in Memphis, TN May 17 -18. Please follow this link for details
May 7, 2013 Employers Must Use Revised Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification