Tutorial Videos for Attorneys and Do It Yourselfers (aka Pro Se): Immigration Law Summary in about 3 Minutes with Immigration Attorney Michael Feltman in Dodge City, Kansas.
Written topics of the subject are included within each link.
In this episode Attorney Feltman discusses 4 principal questions that any person should address in considering the immigration journey.
Attorney Feltman discusses the first question to address in considering the immigration process: Benefits. Mr. Feltman highlights the general categories of benefits within the US Immigration laws.
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Benefits (within USCIS)
Benefits (Dept. of State aka US Consulates)
Attorney Feltman covers the four principal questions before the immigration process. In the second question considered before starting an immigration process, Attorney Feltman addresses the general categories of violations within US immigration laws.
Common violations in Immigration Law:
After considering what type of benefit will be sought, and then what violations may apply, the third question to be considered is whether there is a cure to the immigration violation. In this episode Attorney Feltman highlights a few of the common cures found within the US immigration laws.
Common Waivers used (Instructions):
Perhaps the most important question of the four part analysis (Benefits, Violations, and Cures), Attorney Feltman recommends that the approval rates be considered. Several important questions should always be considered with what approval rates really mean.
Follow these links for Approval Rates through:
Waivers (Currently most recent available is Fiscal Year 2012)
DACA - short for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a fairly new immigration concept. Key requirements and benefits are dicussed in this introduction to what this version of Deferred Action really is.
Frequently Asked Questions (in English)
Frequently Asked Questions (in Spanish)
Approval Rates (through September 2013)
In this episode Attorney Michael Feltman will be provide an overview for 12 methods for obtaining legal permanent residency.
This is under the view of Immigrant Routes - Legal Permanent Residency/AKA Green Card
1. Family Based Immigration
2. Employment Based Immigration
3. Investment Type (EB-5)
5. Victim Visas (U, T, or S or VAWA)
6. Cancellation of Removal
7. Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
9. Amnesty (old version)
10. Diversity Lottery
12. Private Bill
What family members can help family members come to the USA? Are some faster than others? What categories are there?
These are all addressed in this episode of 3 Minute Insights.
If you need help sorting it out as an attorney or just trying to start the process for a spouse or other family member, please contact Feltman Law Firm for your immigration questions.
The visa bulletin - what the heck is it? How does it work? Why do we have it? What does it mean? Where is it at? What is a preference category? What categories are there? What is a priority date? Why does any of it matter? When will the priority date be current?
These are all questions that are answered in a general overview of the Visa Bulletin.
If you need assistance in understanding what the Visa Bulletin means, call our office in Dodge City, Kansas or Garden City Kansas to set a time to speak with Immigration Attorney Michael Feltman.
How does Immigration Court actually work? What do the different immigration court names mean? How often does court happen? When do I fight the case? When is the final trial?
These are all important questions to ask and Immigration Attorney Michael Feltman covers the general overview of these topics in this episode of 3 Minute Insights.
If you need assistance, whether as an attorney or non-attorney in removal proceedings, feel free to call Feltman Law Firm for obtaining the additional guidance you may need.
Click here to follow the link to the Immigration Court's website which provides a vast amount of excellent information.
In this Episode, Immigration Attorney Michael Feltman covers the typical benefits that should be considered when in removal proceedings. If at any time knowledge of potential benefits is most important, it would seem that Immigration Court would be it.
If you find yourself in removal proceedings or are representing a client in removal proceedings and need assistance and guidance, you can give Attorney Feltman a call.
Immigration Court forms link
Other forms through USCIS
In this episode Immigration Attorney Michael Feltman highlights the basic four requirements for one of the most sought after benefits in the Immigration Court.
There are a number of variations of Cancellation of Removal, in this episode we cover Cancellation of Removal for Non-legal permanent residents.
Four core requirements: Instructions/Form Here
1. 10 Years of Continuous Presence in the USA
2. Good moral character
3. US citizen or legal permanent resident - spouse, parent or child
4. Who would face exceptional and extremely unusual hardship
In upcoming episodes Attorney Feltman will cover the individual aspects of each requirement.
For a more in-depth article on Cancellation of this type, read this article published by the Immigration Court.
Helping those in need
Michael Feltman is an attorney licensed in the State of Oklahoma and the Federal Western District Court of Oklahoma.
Attorney Feltman does not represent clients in any Kansas courts nor advise them on rights or obligations under Kansas state laws.
Attorney Feltman practices exlusively and provides guidance and legal help with USCIS, Immigration Courts, and other Federal Immigration matters in the United States of America and at US consulates outside of the United States.