Immigration and the Adam Walsh Act

Published on June 5, 2020 · Written by Allan Lolly, Esq.

Congress conferred upon US citizens, and upon lawful permanent resident “green card” holders (“LPRs”), the right to petition certain foreign family members for immigration to the United States. But, the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006, …

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Adam Walsh Act Waiver – Ranking Offenses

Published on June 15, 2020 · Written by Allan Lolly, Esq.

The Nature and Severity of Specified Offenses Over the past couple of years, immigration denial decisions regarding Adam Walsh Act (AWA) waivers coming from the USCIS have been remarkably short.  USCIS adjudicating officers recite an accounting of the evidence to let …

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Hey all,

I apologize that I have not written for some time. As we all know, the life of a registrant is a bit inconsistent at times and it’s kind of hard to have any real stability as we rush from issue to issue, putting out fires.

That being said, …

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Putting Trump’s Travel Ban and IML into Perspective

It’s been just over one week since Trump’s Travel Ban targeted certain immigrants and global citizens.  For those who followed this act day by day, it was very tumultuous week.  During the first few days, foreign green card holders and visa holders were instantly deported back to the country where …

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