What are the Different Immigration Statuses?

What are the Different Immigration Statuses?

The immigration case status that one has is all tied to their overall immigration status as a whole. There are a lot of people who get caught somewhere in the mix when it comes to where they stand in the eyes of the United States government. They may or may not have all of their Read More

Who Qualifies for an Immigration Provisional Waiver?

Who Qualifies for an Immigration Provisional Waiver?

An immigrant who entered the United States illegally can still be eligible for a green card because of family ties, or other reasons. But the application for a green card poses a problem because the applicant usually has to leave the United States for an interview at an American consulate in their home country. If Read More

What is “Chain Migration”

What is “Chain Migration”

Chain Migration: What is it?  You may hear about the term “chain migration” in the news and wonder to yourself what it is. In fact, you might even be looking for a chain reaction attorney in Sugar Land Texas yourself and wondering what you need to do to help make chain migration a reality in Read More

I Am Married to a US Citizen — What Do I Do Next?

I Am Married to a US Citizen — What Do I Do Next?

Applying for US citizenship or permanent residency can be a challenging process, even if your spouse is a US citizen. To  qualify, you’ll need to file the correct forms and meet specific requirements. That’s why you’ll want to work with a Sugar Land immigration attorney throughout this process.  Esani & Momin P.C. can provide you Read More

Texas Immigration: ‘Notice to Appear” – What does it mean?

15 April 2022 | Uncategorized
Texas Immigration: ‘Notice to Appear” – What does it mean?

A notice to appear (NTA)  is a charging document. This document is filed by DHS  ( The Department of Homeland Security). The notice to appear is filed in order to begin removal proceedings of an individual. If you have received an NTA, this means the removal proceedings have already begun. It is imperative you get Read More

Texas Immigration: Voluntary Departure

08 April 2022 | Uncategorized
Texas Immigration: Voluntary Departure

What is Voluntary Departure and How Can I Qualify? Are you currently going through immigration proceedings? Have you already received a notice to appear? The Sugar Land immigration lawyers at Esani & Momin can help you get to figure out the best options for you and your family in this instance. If you are an immigrant Read More

Marriage Based Green Card Interview

Marriage Based Green Card Interview

Marriage Based Green Card Interview Understanding the Nature of Immigration Marriage Interviews When an immigrant couple, married, comes into the U.S. and is seeking permanent resident status, it is legally possible for one already approved to bring in a spouse and seek the same status for the partner. However, it’s not automatic. Instead, this immigration Read More

Green Card Interview to Know’s

Green Card Interview to Know’s

Green Card Interview to Know’s Understanding How to Prepare for a Green Card Interview Every immigrant applicant who wants to be approved for permanent residency in the United States has to be approved for a permanent residency status. This is regularly known as a green card status in reference to the original green-colored card people Read More

What Is a Conditional Permanent Resident?

21 January 2022 | Immigration News,Uncategorized
What Is a Conditional Permanent Resident?

What Is a Conditional Permanent Resident? What does it mean to be a conditional permanent resident?  What kind of Green Card gets awarded with it?  These and several other key questions will be answered by Texas Green Card attorney, Esani & Momin P.C.  For all information, please read this piece all the way through. What Is the Read More

What is a lawful permanent resident?

07 January 2022 | Immigration News,Uncategorized
What is a lawful permanent resident?

What is a lawful permanent resident? A lawful permanent resident is more commonly referred to as a “green cardholder.” Lawful permanent residents are non-US citizens who have permission to live in the United States permanently. With lawful permanent resident status, individuals may accept offers of employment, receive financial aid at public colleges and universities, own Read More

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