How to Apply for a Work Permit Explained by an Immigration Attorney
If you think that you qualify to obtain a work permit from the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), it is important that you follow the steps and procedures correctly so that your application is not rejected or denied.
First, you need to download and complete USCIS Form I-765, application for a work permit. This form asks many questions about you, including biographic information, information about your entry into the United States, and information about your passport. It also asks… Continue readingSeguir Leyendo
Get a Work Permit with the Help of a Deportation Attorney
The deportation process in the United States can take a very long time. Sometimes it can take five years or more from your first appearance in immigration court until the deportation judge makes a final decision in your case. During this time, it is very helpful to have a work permit to work lawfully in the United States while you wait for the judge to make a decision. The process for getting a work permit in deportation proceedings varies depending… Continue readingSeguir Leyendo
Can an Immigration Attorney Help Me Get a Work Permit Through DACA?
In June of 2012, President Obama announced a new program to help undocumented students who came to the United States as children. This program is called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA for short) or the Dream Act. Those who qualify under DACA have come to be known as The Dreamers.
This program allows those who qualify for DACA to receive prosecutorial discretion (meaning they will not be deported) and to obtain a work permit. The work permit is valid… Continue readingSeguir Leyendo