De Castroverde Blog

    Can you apply for immigration while outside of the U.S.?

    Many people worldwide want to come to the United States to work either temporarily or permanently or become citizens. Getting permission to do so can be a lengthy and complicated process. It starts in most cases when someone, like an employer, either sponsors you or submits a petition, such as from a family member. Sponsorships or petitions can eventually lead […]

    What happens if you lose your job on a work visa?

    Immigration remains a topic of intense dispute for our nation’s policymakers. Economic factors loom large in the debate, particularly as our labor force’s size, shape, and makeup change. If you are not a U.S. citizen and want to come here for work, either as an immigrant or a non-immigrant, you must apply for a worker visa. But that raises an […]

    Who can apply for permanent residency?

    Many people immigrate to the United States for various reasons, often seeking a better life than what they had in their home country. Whatever the reason you decide that you want to make the U.S. your home, there are several steps to obtaining permanent residency, and not everyone is eligible. You will need to know the process as well as […]

    Who can sponsor immigration?

    If you have a close family member applying for permanent residency in the United States, they’re going to need a sponsor. While you may sponsor certain people wishing to immigrate, some rules and regulations must be followed. At De Castroverde, our attorneys are well-educated in the complex laws surrounding sponsorship for immigration. If you have questions such as who can […]

    Factors that Can Impact Your Immigration

    The United States immigration process is highly complex. In order to fully understand the process, you need to understand the factors that could affect your status or even your initial application. Under the Immigration and Naturalization Act, the policy allows an annual limit of 675,000 permanent immigrants into the United States (with a few exceptions). For most, applying for a […]