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The Law Office of Neda Zaman is located in Beverly Hills, California.
We are a boutique law firm exclusively practicing Immigration and Nationality Law.
NEDA ZAMAN IS A MEMBER OF:
SUPREME COURT OF CALIFORNIA
UNITED STATES COURTS OF APPEAL FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT
UNITED STATES COURT FOR DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, AND EASTERN DISTRICT AND NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
She is a graduate of Whittier Law School, magna cum laude.
She served as an attorney in one of the most prominent Century City Law firms in 1999-2000.
In 2001, she entered into private practice as well as teaching Immigration and Business Law at the Los Angeles City College.
She was awarded the American Jurisprudence Bancroft-Whiney Award in Constitutional and Criminal Law.
Mrs. Zaman is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Southern California.
Our Office is available to answer any questions via Whats'App/Telegram, Mondays through Fridays 9 am to 5 pm at the following number only,
You can also contact our office at +1-310-855-0992, +1-310-855-0993, and +1-310-855-0994. We speak the following languages:
English, Farsi, Armenian, Turkish, and Arabic.
WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that current beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) under Syria’s designation who want to maintain their status through March 31, 2021, must re-register between Sept. 23 and Nov. 22, 2019.
Re-registration procedures, including how to renew employment authorization documents (EADs), have been published in the Federal Register and are available at uscis.gov/tps.
All applicants must submit Form I-821, Application for Temporary Protected Status. Applicants may also request an EAD by submitting Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, when they file Form I-821 or separately at a later date. Like all USCIS forms, both forms are free for download from the USCIS website at uscis.gov/forms.
USCIS will issue new EADs with a March 31, 2021, expiration date to eligible beneficiaries under Syria’s TPS designation who timely re-register and apply for an EAD. Given the timeframe for processing TPS re-registration applications, we recognize that not all re-registrants will receive a new EAD before their current EAD expires on Sept. 30, 2019. Accordingly, we have automatically extended the validity of those EADs for 180 days, through March 28, 2020. This automatic extension also covers individuals who have an EAD with an expiration date of March 31, 2018, and who applied for a new EAD during the last re-registration period but have not yet received their new EAD.
On Aug. 1, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin K. McAleenan announced that the statutory conditions supporting Syria’s TPS designation on the basis of ongoing armed conflict and extraordinary and temporary conditions continue to exist and that the designation should be extended for 18 months. Secretary McAleenan made his decision after reviewing country conditions and consulting with appropriate U.S. government agencies. As a result, Syria’s TPS designation is extended through March 31, 2021.
For more information on USCIS and its programs, please visit uscis.gov or follow us on Twitter (@uscis), Instagram (/uscis), YouTube (/uscis), and Facebook (/uscis).
We provide excellent defense of individuals facing Removal/Deportation from the United States in each and every State in the United States. Our firm defends detained and non-detained clients including CRIMINAL ALIENS in Removal/Deportation Proceedings and Department of Homeland Security in every State. We provide relief from removal before the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR), the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. We have extensive experience with Asylum, Withholding of Removal, Convention Against Torture, and relief of Cancellation of Removal for Legal and non-legal permanent residents.
Our Practices at Law Offices of Neda Zaman
The Law office of Neda Zaman is honored to offer excellent Legal Service , professionalism and integrity to you and your family. Our office provides excellent legal services to the Syrian Community in the United States. We have made it our mission to serve and protect their interest pursuant to Immigration laws of the United States. We have successfully re-opened many cases with final orders of Immigration Courts, and the Board of Immigration Appeals.
What is Asylum
Asylum is one form of protection that allows individuals who are in the United States to remain here provided that they meet the definition of a refugee and are not barred from either applying for a being granted asylum and eventually to lawful permanent resident status. Asylum Process Defensive Asylum Process In the defensive asylum process, an individual requests asylum as a defense or as a form of relief against removal from the U.S. For defensive processing, an individual must be in removal proceedings in immigration court with the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). Defensive asylums are generally presented to the court in one of two ways: 1.) USCIS refers the individual to an Immigration Judge after they have been determined to be ineligible for asylum at the end of the affirmative asylum process, or 2.) The individual was placed in removal proceedings because they were: caught in the United States without papers (status), or the individual was attempting to enter the United States without adequate documentation, were placed in the expedited removal procedure, and were found to have a â€œcredible fear of persecutionâ€ or torture by an Officer. Affirmative Asylum Process In an affirmative asylum process, an individual requests asylum from the Department of Homeland Security An individual may seek asylum either through affirmative means, through USCIS or may seek asylum through defensive means, when in removal proceedings.
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President Trumpâ€™s executive orders on immigration: President Trump, via executive order, restricted entry into United States Of people from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, Sudan
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