You’re engaged–congratulations! But if you’re a U.S. citizen engaged to a foreign citizen who lives abroad, you may have more on your mind than wedding rings and honeymoons. If you want to live together in the United States, you must take certain legal steps to ensure that you don’t run into any immigration problems and risk your fiancé’s deportation. The most important thing to is filing for...Read More
Since being sworn-in as president in 2017, Donald Trump has made profound changes to U.S. immigration policy, making it even more difficult for non-citizens to legally immigrate to the United States and unauthorized immigrants to remain. Some of these changes have dominated the headlines, while others have crept by in relative obscurity. Here is a brief overview of three fundamental changes.
Attorney Grafton Discusses Details Of Your Citizenship Interview Before The USCIS & What To Expect
Transcription: Hi, my name is Rebekah Grafton, I’m an immigration attorney at Fay Grafton Nunez in Raleigh, North Carolina and I’m a certified specialist in immigration law in North Carolina. I am outside of the USCIS office here in...Read More
Attorney Rebekah Grafton discusses travel abroad with lawful resident status in a new video interview.
Transcription: Hi, my name is Rebekah Grafton, I am an immigration attorney at Fay Grafton Nunez in Raleigh, North Carolina. I’m a certified specialist in immigration law. I wanted to answer a quick question that we’ve been getting in our...Read More
Attorney Rebekah Grafton has been certified as a North Carolina Immigration Law Specialist by the NC Bar Association. This means Attorney Grafton has met all of the certification requirements and was certified by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization on November 19, 2018.
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