One of the questions on the N-400 application for citizenship asks: “Have you ever claimed to be a US Citizen (in writing or any other way)?”
This simple Yes or No question can present a major problem if the answer is ever “Yes.”
It’s all over the news if you have been paying attention, and has caused a significant amount of debate regarding whether or not President Obama can use Executive Powers to make changes to Deportation enforcements. In case you haven’t
Since the fall of DOMA, the immigration possibilities of same-sex couples where one happens to be of a different nationality have greatly increased. We at SwagatUSA are thrilled to be able to assist a number of same-sex
As promised in my previous blog post, I wanted to offer a solution for some people accused of shoplifting or other similar crimes involving moral turpitude. If you haven’t seen that post, you can see it here.
So, if it is only your first time
The Holidays are coming. We can feel it everywhere. All the stores are stocking up, sales are buzzing everywhere, holiday lights and music fill the air. What does this all have to do with immigration? Well, I’ll get to that.
Today, Monday September 9, 2013, is the final day of “Paryushan,” a Jain holy week, when we ask for forgiveness from family and friends. It seemed like a perfect opportunity for me to ask for forgiveness
When an immigrant is married to a US Citizen, the person is sometimes eligible for a marriage-based adjustment of status (I485). However, many details need to be understood before you move forward with filing a case this
The area of crimes in immigration is a HUGE topic. So huge, in fact, that Harvard University has recently begun offering a course called <span