1. Understanding The K-1 Visa, Part One

    Let's take a little trip down Hypothetical Lane in today's post. Suppose with us you are relatively young -- perhaps still in your twenties. You've graduated college, been in the workforce for a few years, but find there to be something decidedly lacking in the entire affair. It's not that you were sold a bill of goods at some point that led you to believe that joining the business world would be …Read More

  2. Understanding The K-1 Visa, Part Two

    In part one of this two-part series dedicated to helping those interested in understanding the K-1 Visa process, we set the stage for the payoff, which you will find in today's post. In sum, we supposed that you moved to Spain to teach English for a year. During that time, you met and fell in love with a European woman. You decided to move to the United States of America, and it fell on you to fig…Read More

  3. Things To Consider While Choosing An Immigration Attorney

    Perhaps you are one of the many Americans out there who is concerned about recent immigration policy changes and how it may affect you or your loved one's livelihoods. Although it is difficult and often imprudent to extrapolate and therefore speculate, the purpose of this post is to educate you in a general way about what to look for if you are in considering retaining an immigration lawyer. Of co…Read More

  4. Immigration Law Is Complex…Find The Right Immigration Lawyer

    It used to be that immigration was a simple experience; over the years, though, it has gotten more and more complex. While immigration law might be difficult to navigate, it is doable if you find the right immigration lawyer. The law firm of TATE BYWATER has successfully helped people navigate the immigration process and prevent deportations. Here are just a few of the ways in which we can assist…Read More

  5. Immigration Law Isn’t Something To Be Taken Lightly, So Find The Right Immigration Lawyer

    If you are in the country without documentation, or you came with proper documentation that has expired, you might think to yourself "so far, so good. No one has come knocking to deport me. It's best to not rock the boat." This might work for a while, but eventually you'll have to address the issue that you're in the country illegally. Why? There are time limits: In some immigration law situations…Read More

  6. Immigration: History and Overview

    TATE BYWATER is proud to announce the addition of an immigration practice to the firm's full suite of services. For many years, clients have asked us to handle their immigration case and we are now excited to be able to do so. As an introduction to the practice area, here is a brief overview of the United States immigration system. History of Immigration Almost all United States citizens are desce…Read More