Crimes or other behavior can be viewed as "moral turpitude", and cause serious immigration problems, including the loss of your permanent resident status (green card).
Learn about the process of removing the temporary condition on your green card based on marriage or business.
When you are owed disability back payments from the date you applied, or earlier, you may be paid in a lump sum.
Social Security will not consider you disabled if you are doing a substantial amount of work or if it thinks you could do a substantial amount of work.
Learn about the basic laws governing injury liability for owners of residential real estate.
If you're coming from a VWP Designated Country, you may enter the U.S. without first obtaining a visa. However, it may be in your best interests to get a visa anyway.
To get asylum in the United States, you will need evidence of your story of persecution to convince authorities who are accustomed to fraudulent applications.
It is possible for a U.S. citizen to adopt an undocumented "illegal" immigrant child, and obtain permanent U.S. residency. Here are the key legal issues.
Can you throw money at a USCIS official, consular officer, or other authority to get a U.S. visa or green card? It's probably a very bad idea to try, but it's happened before.
If you're applying for permanent residency in the U.S., you'll need to get up-to-date on your vaccinations.