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Chai Time with Nisha Karnani–July 2021

In July’s segment of Chai Time, Nisha Karnani discussed the top five new immigration updates. The attorneys at Antonini & Cohen understand the stakes in fighting to seek and achieve the American Dream. Antonini & Cohen has been successfully representing...

Can I sponsor myself to get a green card?

At Antonini & Cohen, we often hear from clients who wonder if it’s possible to self-sponsor in order to get a green card. Typically, the only area where you can sponsor yourself is through employment-based immigration. Even then, you will most likely need an...

The Alphabet Soup of Visas

At Antonini & Cohen, we work with many clients who are obtaining temporary visas for themselves or for family members. But there are almost as many visas as there are letters in the alphabet—thus, the “alphabet soup” of visas. Immigration attorneys work with...

Can you fight a deportation order?

One of the most common questions we get here at Antonini & Cohen Immigration Law Group is whether it’s possible to fight a deportation order. While that’s a broad question, the qualified answer is, yes, there are a few ways to fight a deportation order.  A lot,...

Chai Time with Nisha Karnani–June 2021

In June’s segment of Chai Time, Nisha Karnani will be covering the Top 5 mistakes people are making on their immigration cases. Watch now to learn more about the top mistakes! The attorneys at Antonini & Cohen understand the stakes in fighting to seek and...

Chai Time with Nisha Karnani–May 2021

Are you interested in immigrating to the United States or want to sponsor someone? The United States provides for immigrant visas based on family ties, employment, adoption, special immigrant categories, and the diversity visa. Learn more about the alphabet soup of...

DOS ANNOUNCES HISTORIC CHANGE IN POLICY

After many years of lawsuits brought by same-sex couples suing for their children’s citizenship, the Department of State announced that it will now grant U.S. citizenship to children born abroad through in vitro fertilization, surrogacy, and other assisted...

What Can You Do if Your Work Permit is Delayed?

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) manages all work applications made by immigrants in the country. This includes new requests and renewals made by people who have already been living and working inside the U.S. Commonly work permits, an Employment...
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