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Taghavi Immigration Law offers immigration-related legal defense to clients across the United States and those immigrating from other countries. Our team takes a holistic approach with each client, offering them the guidance and resources they need to succeed during and after their case has closed.

We encourage you to read through the articles and materials on our blog to gain more insight into the United States immigration system, current events, and other relevant topics. To learn more about our practice and how we can help you or your loved ones, please reach out to us.

What you need to know about Green Card through Registry

What you need to know about Green Card through Registry

Registry is a section of immigration law that allows individuals to apply for lawful permanent resident status (“green card”) provided they entered the United States before a particular date ( “registry date”) and have continuously resided in the United States. In...

What Will Happen at Your Master Calendar Hearing?

What Will Happen at Your Master Calendar Hearing?

A master calendar hearing is a short preliminary hearing in immigration court where the immigration judge, the DHS attorney and you, hopefully with your attorney, will decide how your case will proceed. The immigration judge will give a due date for submissions of...

How to Apply For A Social Security Number?

How to Apply For A Social Security Number?

How to Apply For A Social Security Number? The Social Security number (SSN) is of the utmost importance to US citizens and other immigrants within the United States. SSNs are used to report a person’s wages to the government and to determine a person’s eligibility for...

Super Lawyers Feature

Super Lawyers Feature

We're excited to announce Attorney, Soulmaz Taghavi was featured in Super Lawyers. To all Taghavi Immigration Law clients: Thank YOU! We value your trust and confidence in us and we sincerely appreciate you!

Should an Undocumented Immigrant Pay Taxes?

Should an Undocumented Immigrant Pay Taxes?

The answer is yes. Regardless of their legal status, everyone who works in the United States must pay their taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  A provable history of paying taxes is seen as one way to show good faith, that’s why many undocumented immigrants...

The Fiancé Visa

The Fiancé Visa

The Fiancé Visa The K-1 Visa, also known as fiancé or fiancée visa, is a temporary (nonimmigrant) visa issued to the fiancé(e) of a US citizen to enter the United States for the purpose of marriage. This lets the foreign-born fiancé(é) spend 90 days in the U.S., get...

Asylum Law at the Border: How does it work?

Asylum Law at the Border: How does it work?

Asylum Law at the Border: How does it work? Non-citizens who enter the U.S. at either a designated Port of Entry (POE) or at another non-designated POE without legal authorization to enter the U.S. (for example a visa, green card, visa waiver eligibility, or U.S....

DACA Recipients: How to Apply for a Travel Document (Advance Parole)

DACA Recipients: How to Apply for a Travel Document (Advance Parole)

With DACA and a travel document, some noncitizens may be able to leave the U.S. and return legally. If you have applied for and received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), this could be the first opportunity you’ve had in a long time to travel outside the...

The End of the Trump Administration’s “Public Charge” Rule

The End of the Trump Administration’s “Public Charge” Rule

What is the Public Charge Rule? The public charge concept was first established by Congress in 1882 to allow the U.S. government to deny a U.S. visa to anyone who “is likely at any time to become a public charge” — but without defining what “public charge” means....

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Taghavi Immigration Law
1500 Forest Ave, Suite 124
Richmond, VA 23229

Phone: 804-408-3522
Fax: 602-649-4224
Future Clients: info@tilimmigration
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