Archive for the ‘Re-entry Permit’ Category

SRW Successful in Helping LPR Retain Status after Prolonged Absence from U.S.

5/15/2017 Written by SRW Lawyers

  Our client, an Indian citizen and lawful permanent resident of the U.S., recently came to us with the following facts: She had abruptly left the U.S. about 4.5 years ago and had not entered the U.S. since that time.  She had a lawful permanent resident husband who was in possession of a valid re-entry [...]Read More >

Expedited Naturalization Under INA §319(b)

8/12/2015 Written by SRW Lawyers

Last week, I had the privilege of watching my client, a Thai national, become a U.S. citizen. She was administratively sworn in at the USCIS Buffalo Office by the Field Director after being approved for expedited naturalization under INA §319(b). She walked into the USCIS Buffalo Office as a conditional lawful permanent resident and about [...]Read More >

Caution: LPR’s Should be Heedful of Filing IRS Tax Form 1040-NR, U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return

11/10/2014 Written by SRW Lawyers

Filing income tax returns as a non-resident alien raises a rebuttable presumption that the LPR has abandoned their lawful permanent resident status. For more information, please refer to Nisha Fontaine’s Family to USA blog, located here.Read More >

LPR Can Apply for Re-Entry Permit While in Removal Proceedings Before Immigration Court

11/10/2014 Written by SRW Lawyers

For more information on applying for re-entry permits while in removal proceedings, please refer to Nisha Fontaine’s Family to USA blog, located here.Read More >

Conditional Permanent Resident Approved for Naturalization under INA §319(b)

4/30/2012 Written by Brian D. Zuccaro

Earlier this month, our client, a conditional lawful permanent resident since January 2011, was approved for naturalization under INA §319(b) and administratively sworn in the same day as her naturalization interview. As background, after our client successfully entered the U.S. with a K-1 fiancé visa and married her I-129F petitioner, our office had prepared her [...]Read More >