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Immigration

We Are Looking for an Immigration Paralegal!

We are looking for a person with 2+ years of immigration paralegal experience to assist busy attorneys and our legal research analyst. This is a part-time position. (approximately 20 hours per week - a full-time position would be considered depending…
September 23, 2020
COVID-19

Some Additional Covid-19 Small business relief packages

As a result of the unprecedented Corona Virus pandemic, Congress passed bipartisan economic relief legislation.  The components include stimulus payments to individuals, expanded unemployment benefits and coverage, student loan modifications, changes to retirement rules, help to small businesses, and more.  You…
April 4, 2020
COVID-19

I am in the U.S. on an E-2 visa, can I apply for loans under the Stimulus Bill? Is there a Public Charge impact to applying for loans under the Stimulus Bill if I am on a Visa?

As a result of the unprecedented Corona Virus pandemic, Congress passed bipartisan economic relief legislation.  The components include stimulus payments to individuals, expanded unemployment benefits and coverage, help to small businesses, and more.  The bill is a complex one (over 800…
April 4, 2020
News

Rebekah Kim, Esq. To Join Scott Legal, P.C.

Scott Legal, P.C. is pleased to announce that Rebekah Kim, Esq. will join the firm as a full-time associate on February 1, 2018.  Ms. Kim will focus on immigration matters. Ms. Kim earned her juris doctorate from American University Washington…
January 26, 2018
ImmigrationNews

Jenny Zhan joins Scott Legal, P.C.

We are pleased to announce that Jenny Zhan will join Scott Legal P.C. as a full-time legal research analyst in our New York office on December 1, 2017. For the past four years, Ms. Zhan worked as a Case Manager…
November 18, 2017
ImmigrationImmigration Law Changes &  New Law

USCIS Changes Policy of Deference to Prior Determinations For Nonimmigrant Petitions – Change in the Way USCIS will Adjudicate Petitions

On October 23, 2017, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) announced that it will revise its policy regarding prior determinations for nonimmigrant petitions. According to its policy memorandum, USCIS will no longer defer to prior determinations of eligibility…
October 27, 2017
News

Ian E. Scott Lectures at Harvard Law School

Ian E. Scott, Esq. is a graduate from Harvard Law School and was honored to be asked to present a lecture to the Immigration class at Harvard Law School.  Mr. Scott reviewed the current state of immigration adjudication and some…
October 21, 2017