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THE LATEST FROM AMERICAN DREAM LAW OFFICE

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: July 19, 2013

In a decision issued on Wednesday, the BIA remanded an immigrant visa petition to the District Director because DOMA is no longer a bar to the approval of same-sex petitions. In Matter of Zeleniak, 26 I&N Dec. 158 (BIA 2013), a United States citizen petitioned for his spouse. The District Director denied the petition in 2010 and he appealed to the…Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: July 16, 2013

Congress passed an overhaul of immigration law in 1996. These changes became known as IIRIRA, short for the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration Reform Act of 1996. One of the most important changes in that law was the changes in relief available for lawful permanent residents. One of the most prevalent forms of relief before the law was the availability…Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: July 2, 2013

USCIS has issued guidance on the implementation of last week's Supreme Court decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act. The guidance tells adjudicators to treat same-sex couples the same as heterosexual couples in immigration petitions. This guidance came after Secretary Napolitano directed USCIS yesterday to treat the petitions equally.This comes on the heels of the approval of the first…Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: June 25, 2013

As we await the Supreme Court's decision regarding same sex marriage laws and California's proposition 8, I thought I should post some notes on the potential implications of such decision in the immigration arena. Regardless of what the Supreme Court rules, the decision will sure have important implications on same sex couples with at least one immigrant partner. Under the current…Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: April 26, 2013

اهلا و سهلا بكم. هذه الصفحة مهتمة بقايا الهجرة الى الولايات المتحدة الاميركية. المحامي احمد يقظان مخوّل بممارسة قانون الهجرة الاميركي في اميركا و السفارات الاميركية حول العالم. يعمل في مكتب المحامات المرموق تاكر و لودين في مدينة كليرواتر في ولاية فلوريدا , وهو جرّيج جامعة ستيفسون في نفس الولاية.  Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: January 12, 2013

Are you ready for April 1, 2013? On that day, an immigrant hoping to acquire an H1B visa, will be able to apply for one of the 65,000 visas that will be available for fiscal year 2014. This year, with the recovering economy, moving fast might increase your chances of being one of the lucky few that will get one of these…Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: December 17, 2012

Our economy had been struggling to create jobs, and one way to move forward is to increase hiring by allowing international companies to more easily expand into the United States. The law allows a company located outside the United States to petition for one of its executives or managers to come to the United States to oversee the company's expansion.…Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: April 24, 2012

On Immigration Reform   I have heard this joke so many times by now, I expect it after I tell people that I do not have a "green card". They almost instantly say "You get people their green cards, and YOU DON'T HAVE ONE", and they start laughing. I do admit, it is funny that after fourteen years in this…Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: January 22, 2012

There have been several rulings recently relating to rights of mentally ill immigrants and the protections that should be afforded to them. The Board of Immigration Appeals has recently set up safeguards that must be used in cases where Immigration Judges ascertain that an immigrant might be mentally incompetent. The decision obligates Immigration Judges to make such determinations and to take…Read More

  • By: Ahmad Yakzan
  • Published: December 7, 2011

Last week I started reading a very interesting book entitled Immigration Law Stories, which tracks over a century of immigration history in the United States. One thing that was apparent: that in two hundred years the arguments from the anti-immigrant camp have not changed. I was astonished by the parallels and the similarities between the rhetoric used at the time  the…Read More

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