Robert L. Herreria, Esq. is a legal writer for
Nolo.com. He specializes
in immigration law, including nonimmigrant visas, work authorization,
family-based immigration, and deportation/removal defense.
Robert is a practicing immigration attorney with Luna &
Associates, based in San Diego, California. His experience in immigration matters
includes legal internships with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the
Executive Office for Immigration Review, as well as practical experience as a
paralegal with a prominent employment-based immigration law firm in Boston,
Robert received his law degree from the University of San
Diego School of Law. He is licensed to
practice law in the state of California.
Robert’s hobbies including graphic and web design,
basketball, skiing, poker, and the occasional computer game.
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Articles By Robert Herreria
U.S. citizen or immigrant parents have three options to get citizenship for their child - Acquisition of Citizenship, Derivation, or Application for Citizenship under Section 322.
It's not uncommon for immigrants with a mental illness or mental disorder to be deemed "inadmissible", and barred from entry to the U.S.
Derivative benefits are certain immigration benefits that flow through the main visa or green card applicant to a spouse or unmarried child under the age of 21.
Getting permanent resident status (a green card) in the U.S. is not easy, but certain types of employment may open the door for immigrants.
Learn how the I-130 fits into the family immigration application process, and other topics that commonly cause confusion.
An overview of your options to fight a deportation order and stay in the United States.