Government Introduces New Medical Exam Form Edition for Green Card Applicants

All green card applicants must undergo a medical examination as a part of the application process. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) designates certain doctors to perform the medical exam.  Successful completion of the medical exam is… Read More

Government Expands Use of Expedited Removal

The Department of Homeland Security recently announced that it is significantly expanding its expedited removal policy. Expedited removal will now happen throughout the United States rather than just to individuals who are detained near the border. Expedited removal… Read More

We Pride Ourselves in Making Your Immigration Process Run Smoothly!

Navigating any immigration process can be a daunting experience. We hope that with us by their side, clients know they are not alone – no matter how complex their case may seem! It is clients like those below… Read More

Investor and Trader Visas Now Available for New Zealand Citizens

The E-1 and E-2 nonimmigrant classifications in the United States are open to citizens of countries with which the United States has a treaty of commerce and navigation or similar agreement. Congress can also enact legislation to include… Read More

Labor Certification Prevailing Wage Requests: Dept. of Labor Rolls Out New FLAG Software

The Department of Labor has recently introduced the Foreign Labor Application Gateway, or FLAG. This self-described “newly-modernized portal” is now mandatory for employers to use when submitting a Prevailing Wage Request.  Eventually, it will serve as the new… Read More

Who Will Step Up to Lift the Fear of Deportations?

Justice for immigrants does not come easily.  I recently discovered two heroes who brought immigration justice to my family and me.  I praise these heroes in my story published in the San Francisco Chronicle and hope it encourages… Read More

Clearing Customs Gets Easier Just in Time for Summer

When entering the United States, all travelers are subject to inspection by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at land and air ports of entry. Both U.S. citizens and non-citizens alike must go through the inspection when they… Read More

State Dept. Investigating Your Social Media Accounts

We wrote previously about the government’s proposed changes to visa applications to include questions about an applicant’s social media history.   About a year later, the Department of State has added a section to Form DS-160 inquiring about visa… Read More

Dayzad Law Celebrates Pride 2019 and 13 Years of Immigration Success

Happy Pride to our Dayzad Law family! Every year during the LGBT Pride month, we take a little time out to celebrate the LGBT community. While we enjoy our festive treats and decorations (see below), we also reflect… Read More

Wait Times for Naturalization Applications Have Doubled

Nearly nine million immigrants are eligible for U.S. Citizenship. However, the Administration continues to tighten its scrutiny of applications, making the wait times for naturalization increase at an alarming rate. Congress has voiced concerns with United States Citizenship… Read More