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Immigration Under the Trump Administration

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Inmigración Bajo la Administración de Trump

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If you or a loved one are in the US without permission, you may qualify for a Waiver of Unlawful Presence.

If you are in the United States without permission and seeking a green card through your spouse or parent, you may qualify for a waiver of your unlawful presence.


If you find yourself in any of these situations or if death has affected your immigration case and you have the type of case where there is no death exemption, the immigration law attorneys of Antonini & Cohen can still try for prosecutorial discretion.

I was reflecting upon the recent passing of my father and was grateful that along with the immense grief we suffered, we did not have to deal with immigration issues. As an immigrant family, we were lucky that upon his passing, there were no outstanding petitions and no immigration proceedings pending. I am, however, acutely aware that others have to experience both the grief of death as well as the immigration consequences it can bring. Here are four examples of immigration cases affected by death:


The attorneys and staff at Antonini & Cohen understand this and will take every step to make sure your case goes smoothly. If it doesn’t, for some reason out of our control, we will take every measure available to get your case back on track. Call us today at 404.850.9394.

Every week we have people come into our office just to ask this question: “My immigration application is taking forever. Is there anything I can do to speed up the process?”


If you are contemplating a H-1B filing, please contact the Atlanta immigration law attorneys at Antonini & Cohen today. Our attorneys can assess your circumstances and help file timely H-1B petitions and also review H-1B alternatives. To schedule a consultation today, call us at 404.850.9394.

The H-1B visa is the most frequently used temporary work visa by US companies for their professional foreign employees. An employer may file a H-1B visa petition to fill jobs requiring a Bachelor’s degree or higher in a particular specialty (e.g. fields in the science, technology, engineering, mathematics, education, business, health care industries). It’s now time to start preparing applications given the H-1B filing deadline and lottery system.