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Una razón del por qué la presidencia de Trump podría destruir la inmigración en América.

Mucho se ha dicho acerca de las declaraciones del candidato Trump acerca de los inmigrantes, los "mexicanos", y "la pared." Muchas personas, especialmente los inmigrantes recientes y aquellos que saben de ellos, han tenido una reacción visceral sobre esas declaraciones y consideran a Trump "anti-inmigrante" no apto para dirigir una nación de inmigrantes. Pero tengo que decirle, que estas declaraciones nativistas no son la razón por la que una Presidencia de Trump destruiría la inmigración en América. Hay otra razón; la causa primordial de la marcha de Trump hacia una América amurallada, aislada del resto del trabajo, centrada en sí mismos, y limitante en la integración y el crecimiento—Es el senador Jeff Sessions.
Correcto. El senador Jeff Sessions, el primer senador en saltar a bordo del expreso Trump. Pregúntese, por qué el puesto de senador de los EEUU, con tanto que perder, llega a ser acogedor,en tan corto tiempo para un candidato en las primarias. …

USCIS Proposes New Rule - International Startups Get Ready!

We welcome today’s announcement by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) which released the “International Entrepreneur Rule”. This is a proposal of a new rule which will allow certain international entrepreneurs to be considered for temporary permission to enter the United States (parole). This proposed rule has significant implications, not only for the thousands of potential entrepreneurs who may not ordinarily consider investing in the United States, particularly if unable to obtain a visa in the first place, but for our economy. USCIS acknowledged the benefits America has enjoyed in today’s proposal. “America’s economy has long benefited from the contributions of immigrant entrepreneurs, from Main Street to Silicon Valley,” said Director León Rodríguez. “This proposed rule, when finalized, will help our economy grow by expanding immigration options for foreign entrepreneurs who meet certain criteria for creating jobs, attracting investment and generating revenue in th…

New Rule Opens USCIS Provisional Waiver Process to Additional Applicants – Insights from a Atlanta Immigration Attorney

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced on July 29 a final rule to expand the provisional waiver process to individuals who meet the statutory requirements for immigrant visas, and whose family members are lawful permanent residents or U.S. citizens.

According to USCIS, the purpose of the provisional waiver process is to encourage family unity. It enhances administrative efficiency and makes it easier for eligible individuals to complete immigration processing while they are abroad and away from their families.
The final rule is an extension of a process that was established in 2013 to encourage family unity. It allowed eligible relatives of U.S. citizens to apply for provisional waivers of the unlawful presence grounds of inadmissibility, provided that the applicants’ U.S. citizen relatives would suffer extreme hardship if the waiver was denied.
If you would like to speak with an Atlanta deportation lawyer about family-based immigration, contact Kuck Immigration…

What Are the Eligibility Requirements for the EB-5 Visa? Atlanta Immigration Attorney Explains

U.S. Congress created the EB-5 visa program in 1990 to stimulate the economy by encouraging capital investments from foreign investors. According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), in order to qualify for an EB-5 visa, the immigrant must invest in a new commercial enterprise. The enterprise must have been established after Nov. 29, 1990; alternatively, the investment could be in a commercial enterprise that was established on or before Nov. 29, 1990 if:
·The existing or purchased business is reorganized or reconstructed in a manner that creates a new commercial enterprise; or ·The investment expands an existing or purchased business to create at least a 40-percent increase in the number of employees or net worth.
If you are interested in obtaining an EB-5 visa, contact Kuck Immigration Partners. There are strict regulations that determine a person’s eligibility for an EB-5 visa. You will have to provide extensive documentation and prove that your net worth or income …

What Is Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals? 3 DACA FAQs Answered by an Atlanta Immigration Attorney

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a U.S. immigration policy that allows eligible immigrants to request deferred action and employment authorization for two years. After this period, they must request renewal of DACA.


If you would like to speak with an immigration attorney about DACA, obtaining a Green Card or other immigration concerns, contact Kuck Immigration Partners. Our firm has filed and won thousands of cases over the last 27 years. Call 404-816-8611 to schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney in Atlanta.
Until then, read on to learn the answers to three FAQs about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals:
1. What are the eligibility requirements for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals?
According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, you can request consideration of DACA if you meet the following eligibility requirements:
1.You were younger than 31 on June 15, 2012; 2.You were younger than 16 when you entered the United States; 3.You have been …

El fraude de inmigración – Nunca se desaparece

A medida que los inmigrantes pasan por el largo viaje de obtener un estatus legal en los Estados Unidos, van a llenar  formularios innumerables, cuestionarios, solicitudes y peticiones. Los inmigrantes pasan a través de entrevistas e incluso las visitas judiciales. En todo momento, toda la información presentada de un inmigrante debe ser verdadera y correcta. La ley establece que durante cualquier parte del proceso, si se encuentra a un inmigrante, falsificando un documento, o presenta información a sabiendas incorrectas para adquirir una visa u otra documentación, la admisión en los Estados Unidos, o cualquier otro beneficio, él o ella no serán elegible para el estatus legal en los Estados Unidos. En otras palabras, cualquier tipo de fraude, si se trata de mentir sobre una fecha o el uso de documentos falsos, en el proceso de obtención de visa u otra documentación, la admisión en los Estados Unidos, o cualquier otro beneficio, hará al inmigrante no elegible para un estatus legal.
A ve…

Immigration Fraud – It's Never in Your Past

As immigrants go through the long journey of obtaining legal status in the United States, they will fill out innumerous forms, questionnaires, applications, and petitions. Immigrants will go through interviews and even court hearings. At all times, all of the information an immigrant presents must be true and correct. The law states that during any part of the process, if an immigrant lies, falsifies a document, or presents knowingly incorrect information to procure a visa or other documentation, admission into the United States, or any other benefit, he or she will be ineligible for lawful status in the United States. In other words, any type of fraud, whether it’s lying about a date or using fake document, in the process of getting visa or other documentation, admission into the United States, or any other benefit, will make the immigrant ineligible for lawful status.
Sometimes immigration grants a visa or lawful permanent residency without knowing that the immigrant committed fraud …

No pude ir a mi audiencia de la Corte de Inmigración - Ahora qué? 6 preguntas más frecuentes de un abogado de Deportación en Atlanta.

Si se ha perdido su audiencia en la corte de inmigración, el juez de inmigración puede ordenar su deportación " in absentia ", que significa que va a ordenar su deportación por no presentarse. Sin embargo, hay circunstancias excepcionales en las que el juez puede reabrir su caso y continuar el procedimiento. Si se enfrentan a una crisis de expulsión en Georgia, póngase en contacto con Kuck Immigration Partners. Llame 404-816-8611 para programar una consulta con un abogado de deportación en Atlanta. Hasta entonces, sigua leyendo para aprender las respuestas a seis preguntas más frecuentes acerca de las audiencias de inmigración perdidas:
1. ¿Cuáles son las "circunstancias excepcionales "  que podría convencer al juez de inmigración para reabrir mi caso?
Aquí hay algunos ejemplos de circunstancias excepcionales que pueden convencer al juez de inmigración para reabrir su caso:
• No fueron notificados de la audiencia, lo que significa que la Corte le ha enviado una notifi…

I Missed My Hearing in Immigration Court – Now What? 6 FAQs from an Atlanta Deportation Attorney

If you missed your hearing in immigration court, the Immigration Judge will order you deported “in absentia,” that means he will order you deported for not showing up.  However, there are exceptional circumstances in which the judge may reopen your case and continue the proceedings.

If you are facing a deportation crisis in Georgia, contact Kuck Immigration Partners. Charles Kuck is the past National President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the past President of the Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers (ABIL).
Call 404-816-8611 to schedule a consultation with a deportation attorney in Atlanta. Until then, read on to learn the answers to six FAQs about missed immigration hearings:
1. What “exceptional circumstances” could convince the Immigration Judge to reopen my case?
Here are a few examples of exceptional circumstances that may convince the Immigration Judge to reopen your case:
·You were not notified about the hearing, meaning that the Court sent you…