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VICTORY OF THE WEEK
Another E-2 Investor Visa Approval for Nalbandian Law

Our client, earlier this morning, received an approval from USCIS of her application for an E-2 business investment visa.

The E-2 visa/change of status application process is a very complex one since it requires in-depth knowledge by the attorney and his staff of the business transactional issues involved, as well as, the immigration laws and regulations governing E-2 visas.

Our firm has maintained a 100% approval rate thus far with E-2 investor visas, because we make sure every element is addressed in detail, including the formation of the corporation, preparation of a strong business plan, proof of the existence and source of investment funds, documentation of investments made thus far in the business, and other key elements that USCIS officers or U.S. consular officers want to see in the E-2 application packet.

We will have a more detailed article published in the upcoming weeks regarding the requirements and benefits of E-2 investment visas.

You may contact us at Nalbandian Law to determine if you qualify for an E-2 visa or change of status and if it is the right application for you.
#e-2visa #e2visa #immigrationattorney #expertimmigrationlawyer
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BREAKING NEWS

U.S. SUPREME COURT FINDS THERE IS NO STATUTORY RIGHT TO A BOND HEARING EVEN AFTER SIX MONTHS OF ICE DETENTION

Earlier today, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5 to 3 decision, overturned the Ninth Circuit's Rodriguez bond decision and held that there is no statutory right to a bond hearing even if an alien has been detained for six months or longer. The case was remanded to decide the Constitutionality of lengthy detentions of over six months.

Until further guidance is issued on this ruling, a detainee will most likely be denied bond even after six months of detention and even if the detainee has committed no crimes, and the Rodriguez decision is no longer in effect for the time being. We are receiving hearing news that immigration judges in Adelanto, Calexico, Orange County, and elsewhere, starting from this morning, have already begun denying Rodriguez bonds stating that today's decision does not permit them to set bond any longer.

We will be following this very important development closely and will keep you updated in the upcoming days.

#rodriguezbond #immigrationnews #immigrationattorney #immigration
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BREAKING DACA NEWS FROM THE SUPREME COURT

The United States Supreme Court earlier this morning refused to hear the government’s appeal of the temporary injunction against termination of DACA for those who were already previously granted DACA status. This means that USCIS must continue to accept renewal applications from DACA recipients beyond March 5, 2018, and until the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issues its final decision on the legality of the Trump Administration’s executive order terminating the DACA program.

Note: Today’s important developments do not apply to new DACA applicants. Those who never had DACA status previously are unable to apply for DACA with USCIS at the present time in most jurisdictions throughout the U.S., including those living in California.

We will keep you regularly updated in the upcoming weeks and months as more DACA-related court decisions are published.
#daca #immigrationnews #dacarenewals #immigrationlawyer #losangelesimmigrationlawyer
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Federal Court Orders DACA Renewals to Continue!
A Federal Judge ordered a halt to the federal government’s termination of the DACA program. Read the Updated DACA Renewal Qualifications.

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Call 818-244-0310
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** Breaking News - Temporary Protected Status (TPS) **
The Department of Homeland Security announced an 18-month extension for eligible Syrians! Click below for details.

Call to Schedule a Consultation for Your Case
Call 818-244-0310
#immigration #immigrationattorney #immigrationnews #tps #temporaryprotectedstatus
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Despite the cancellation of DACA, you may still be able to avoid deportation.
Click the link below for details.
Call to Schedule a Consultation for Your Case
Call 818-244-0310
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** BREAKING NEWS REGARDING DACA RESCISSION **

Here is a summary and breakdown of what we know thus far regarding this morning's announcement as to the DACA program for children who came to the U.S. under the age of 16:

(1) THOSE WHO HAVE DACA AT THE PRESENT TIME:
Your status will not be terminated and will remain valid for the full validity period. Of course, DHS has the right to terminate in the future when it deems it necessary to do so.

(2) THOSE WHO HAVE PENDING INITIAL DACA REQUESTS:
Your application will be processed and adjudicated.

(3) THOSE WHO WANT TO FILE INITIAL DACA REQUESTS:
No more initial DACA applications will be accepted by USCIS after today's date!

(4) THOSE WHO HAVE PENDING DACA RENEWALS:
Your application for renewal will be processed and adjudicated.

(5) THOSE WHO HAVE DACA NOW BUT IT'S EXPIRED OR EXPIRING SOON AND WANT TO APPLY FOR RENEWAL:
If your work permit and DACA status are expiring prior to MARCH 5, 2018, you can still file to renew your DACA status AS LONG AS YOUR APPLICATION IS RECEIVED BY USCIS BY OCTOBER 5, 2017. If you file later than October 5th, just one month from today, your application will be rejected and you will not be permitted to renew your DACA status. Also, if your current DACA status/work permit expires after March 5, 2018, unfortunately, USCIS will NOT renew your DACA status, in accordance with the Memorandum issued today by DHS.

You may contact our office immediately at (818) 244-0310 if your status is in jeopardy or to file for DACA renewal before the October 5th deadline! You may also contact us to set up a detailed in-person professional consultation at our office to discuss all of your immigration questions and concerns.

#immigrationlawyer #immigrationattorney #immigrationnews #daca #dacarescission
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** BREAKING NEWS **
President Donald Trump signs new travel ban, exempts Iraq. It will go into effect on 03/16/17. Current visa or green card holders will be exempt from the ban.
Stay tuned to Nalbandian Law for updates regarding the implementation of the travel ban, as we receive them!
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BREAKING NEWS (PLEASE SHARE)
Anyone who is fleeing to a U.S. port of entry (such as the U.S.-Mexico border) to seek asylum, should beware that DHS is now considering a proposal to separate children from adults at the border and to detain the mothers of the minor children at detention facilities while keeping the minors either with child protective services or releasing them to other relatives in the U.S. This would be a major change in policy if enacted and could separate mothers (and fathers) from their minor children for possibly months until their asylum cases/parole proceedings are adjudicated. Please read and share this post and the article below.
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