Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

Posted in: June, 2016

We Know What Country You Are From; Now You Know Where (Our Ancestors) Are From!

Are you sick of your immigration attorney always asking you what your ethnicity is? Do you ever wish you could turn the tables and ask them? Well now you can! The staff of Sumner Immigration Law recently completed AncestryDNA kits to provide results on their ethnicities and discover where their ancestors originated. This was part […]

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Social Media & Immigration: Harmful or Helpful?

In the aftermath of the San Bernardino shooting a few months ago, amid questions surrounding the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) visa screening process, a number of news sources published articles discussing DHS’ “secret” policy prohibiting review of visa applicants’ social media footprint. Many of those articles discuss whether or not analysts and adjudicators at […]

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STEM 24 Month OPT Extension: Changes, Challenges, and Compliance (Part 3 of 3)

This post is the third in a three part series of blog posts on the new STEM 24 month OPT extension regulations, which are in effect as of May 2016. The first post in the series provides an overview of the new regulations, including a summary of what is changing and what is not. In […]

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STEM 24 Month OPT Extension: Changes, Challenges, and Compliance (Part 2 of 3)

This post is the second in a three part series of blog posts on the new STEM 24 month OPT extension regulations, which are in effect as of May 2016. The first post in the series provides an overview of the new regulations, including a summary of what is changing and what is not. In the […]

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STEM 24 Month OPT Extension: Changes, Challenges, and Compliance (Part 1 of 3)

This post is the first in a three part series of blog posts on the new STEM 24 month OPT extension regulations, which are in effect as of May 2016. The first post in the series provides an overview of the new regulations, including a summary of what is changing and what is not. In […]

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