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How To Find the Right Immigration Lawyer for You in NYC
  • By: Megan Fischer/Immigration Lawyer NYC

Immigrating to the United States can be a complex and challenging process. Whether you are seeking to obtain a visa, permanent residency, or citizenship, it is highly recommended that you seek the assistance of an experienced immigration lawyer. However, with so many immigration lawyers in NYC, it can be difficult to choose the best one for your case. Taylor &… Read More

Understanding the Eligibility Requirements for a Green Card
  • By: Megan Fischer/General Blog

Taylor & Associates Law P.C. offers immigration law services for clients seeking a green card in New York City. Green cards grant permanent residency in the United States, but there are a variety of requirements that must be met in order to obtain a green card. It’s important for clients to understand these requirements in order to navigate the process… Read More

Tips for Working With a Real Estate Attorney
  • By: Megan Fischer/General Blog

Working with a real estate attorney can be a crucial step in any real estate transaction, whether you’re buying or selling a property. Our skilled attorneys at Taylor & Associates Law P.C. in New York can help ensure that the legalities of the transaction are properly addressed and help prevent any legal disputes that may arise in the future. Read… Read More

The U.S. Department of State plans to restart a program allowing nonimmigrants to renew their visas from within the United States rather than travel abroad to revalidate their visas at a U.S. consulate. Expected later this year, it will begin with a test pilot program with certain H and L visa holders, and is meant to alleviate significant visa application…Read More

  • Category: blog By: Marc Taylor

In past years (2015 through March 2019), H-4 and L-2 dependents who filed their petitions simultaneously with their spouse’s/parent’s H-1B and L-1 were assured to have their petitions adjudicated concurrently. Indeed, concurrent adjudication was assured, even if the H-1B/L-1 petition was filed with premium processing. There was no independent premium processing for H-4 and L-2 petitions. However, on or about…Read More

  • Category: blog By: Marc Taylor

The Employer Sponsored Green Card has three (3) steps. Our office divides them into two (2) processes – The PERM Labor Certification & I-140 (commonly referred to as EGC) and the Adjustment of Status to Lawful U.S. Permanent Resident (commonly referred to as AOS). EGC When U.S. employers sponsor applicants for certain green cards, regulations of the Employment and Training…Read More

  • Category: blog By: Marc Taylor

A U.S. software company recently filed a federal complaint that highlights the conflict between state and federal laws regarding the growth, production, distribution, and sale of marijuana and its related products. As of October 2022, marijuana is legal for recreational use in 19 states and legal for medical use in 37 states – but marijuana is NOT legal under federal…Read More

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is extending our temporary waiver of the requirement that civil surgeons must sign Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, no more than 60 days before an individual applies for the underlying immigration benefit (including Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status). The waiver was originally effective until Sept. 30,…Read More

Effective Sept. 26, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is automatically extending the validity of Permanent Resident Cards (also known as Green Cards) to 24 months for lawful permanent residents who file Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card. Lawful permanent residents who properly file Form I-90 to renew an expiring or expired Green Card may receive this extension.…Read More

Pursuant to if a U.S. employer has any employees that were working in L-1 or H-1B status before departing the U.S., and are currently outside of the U.S., they should be exempt from Presidential Proclamation 10052, if the specific employee is returning to the U.S. “to resume ongoing employment in the United States in the same position with the…Read More

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