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Permanent Residence (green cards)

My office has been receiving quite a few queries regarding U.S. green card holders who are outside of the U.S. for a considerable period …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq. on August, 04, 2020
On July 24, 2019 the USCIS announced  significant changes to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.  The main EB-5 Visa …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq on July, 30, 2019
Through my 36 years of practice, I have often received inquiries regarding a situation where a conditional 2 year resident based on …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq on May, 17, 2018
Beginning October 2, 2017, all I-140 employment-based adjustment of status applicants will be required to appear for an in-person …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch on October, 26, 2017
This article explains how to properly prepare this form for submission which is now required for most people seeking a Green Card in the …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq. on February, 27, 2020
The U.S. Embassy recently announced that a treaty investor agreement (E2 Visa) has been signed between the United States and Israel and …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq on May, 16, 2019
In order to merit serious consideration for an O-1 visa or for a green card, a foreign national needs to demonstrate extraordinary …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq on May, 03, 2018
Recently USCIS announced that  beginning October 1, 2017, it will expand in-person interviews for employment-based Form I-485 …[Read More]
By By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq on October, 18, 2017
All people arriving at the U.S. border or a port of entry have basic rights, and lawful permanent residents (LPRs), also known as green …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq on January, 08, 2020
A spouse of a U.S. citizen typically obtains conditional residency for a 2-year period if the green card was issued within two years of …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq on July, 23, 2018
Dear Stakeholder,    Applicants can file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization online through their USCIS online …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch on December, 14, 2017
The Department of Homeland Security recently announced that they will begin requiring holders of employment-based visas to be …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq. on August, 30, 2017