Dayzad Law Gets in the Holiday Spirit

In this year’s annual Dayzad Law Thanksgiving holiday card, we asked for your nominations for your favorite charity, so we could make a donation. We received amazing charity nominations from the Dayzad Law family, such as LA Gay… Read More

TN Work Status: President Signs United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement

The President recently signed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, along with the leaders of Mexico and Canada. This agreement replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement, but (“NAFTA”) is largely the same agreement in many respects.  As… Read More

Dayzad Law Gives Thanks to Our Wonderful Clients!

We are so grateful to be able to work with such great companies and individuals everyday. Even when times get tough, it is our clients that help us push through. During the holiday season it is important to… Read More

Employer Fights Back on Behalf of Employee

We have written previously about the current administration’s increased scrutiny of immigration applications.  We have heard reports that the government now is denying H-1B petitions for jobs that it has previously approved as a specialty occupation.  One employer… Read More

Travel Ban Faces Lawsuit

As a part of Trump’s travel ban, foreign-nationals from the seven blocked countries, are prevented from entering the United States. The only way to circumvent this ban is to apply for a waiver, which is issued at the… Read More

Your Voice Matters

The anti-Semitic domestic terrorist targeted the Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh partly because of its outspoken support of immigrants.  Undeterred from the violent attack on a faith community, the next day, the First Unitarian Church in Los Angeles spoke… Read More

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to Start Removal Process After Denying Certain Immigration Applications

The current administration continues its crackdown on immigration through a new policy memo. The guidance instructs USCIS to issue a Notice to Appear after it denies certain immigration applications.  A Notice to Appear is a document that requires… Read More

Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Iranian Refugees

A Federal Court has stepped in again to stop the Trump administration from breaking U.S. immigration law.  The Department of Homeland Security violated immigration laws because it issued a blanket denial for Iranian refugees, rather than providing specific… Read More

New USCIS Policy Targets Incomplete Applications

USCIS recently issued an updated policy memo giving adjudicating officers more discretion to deny an application. This guidance took effect on September 11, 2018 and applies to all applications received after that date (except for DACA applications). The… Read More

Apply for Green Card Lottery!

The Department of State has released details for the 2020 Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, more commonly known as the “green card lottery.”  For fiscal year 2020, 50,000 diversity visas (DV) will be available for immigrants from countries with… Read More