Chapman Immigration Law Firm’s News and Awards

Mecklinburg Sheriff cancels 287(g) program

On December 5, 2018, the new Sheriff of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina ended its 287g program and collaboration with ICE. The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office’s 287g program, started in 2006, was one of the first in the nation, and has resulted in the...

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Appeals court rules against Trump’s attempt to end DACA

From Sudhin Thanawala of the Associated Press:   A U.S. appeals court blocked President Donald Trump on Thursday from immediately ending an Obama-era program shielding young immigrants from deportation, saying the administration’s decision was arbitrary because it was...

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DACA students can apply now for Golden Door Scholarships

Apply here: https://www.goldendoorscholars.org/app/open From the Golden Doors Scholars Website: Golden Door Scholars is open to DACA students from all states, and the program includes internship support. Strong preference will be given to applicants who plan to...

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TPS El Salvador

TPS El Salvador will end September 2019 || TPS El Salvador finalizará Septiembre 2019

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Dr. Mookesh Dhanasar

Dr. Mookesh Dhanasar It’s been just over two weeks and the reality and scope of the USCIS AAO precedent decision Matter of Dhanasar, in my immigration case is finally setting in. For the first time in over two years I can finally plan a future with the expectations...

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Super Lawyers 2018

Gerard M. Chapman has been named in the 2018 Edition of North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine. Mr. Chapman has been a Board Certified Immigration Law Specialist since 1997, and has been included in the 2007 – 2018 editions of North Carolina Super Lawyers. This award...

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3rd and 2nd Preference Petitions

Chapman Law firm has been serving our immigration needs for close to 10 years. They have promptly and successfully handled our H1B/H4 Visas, Green Card Filing, EAD and Advanced Parole. They expedited our Green Card by moving us up to a higher priority . They...

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Deportation

My husband and I have been happily married and based on our marriage, we filed a green card case with USCIS. We provided USCIS with everything necessary, but when we went to the interview, the officer said my husband had been ordered deported a year or so ago by the...

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Asylum Client

My Husband and I went thru a big Immigration mess because a deceitful lawyer from Florida started a case for us to get our permanent status or green card. Everything looked OK to our eyes because we were receiving our “Work Permits” each year, but one morning we...

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Complex H-1B and EB-3 green card

I cannot say kind enough things about you and your team. From the way I was treated, to the intricate knowledge of convoluted loop holes, to expeditious processing at every step of the way – I am so grateful to finally have reached peace at the end of a 15-year...

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Marc B.

Gerry is knowledgeable and experienced in all matters of immigration law. He is responsive and helpful in working with individuals and employers to analyze requirements and alternatives for compliance with applicable immigration laws and regulations. I recommend Gerry...

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Foreign National Employee

Chapman Law Firm’s team is highly skilled and very prompt in everything they do. When I tell folks how quickly I got my Green Card, they all are amazed. Now Chapman Law Firm is helping my daughter process for her green card through the US Embassy in our home country....

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Janet and Andrew

It is a very emotional week at our house. Our future daughter-in-law has just been approved through the US Embassy in Manila to come to the US on a fiancé visa. Thanks to the professionalism of your office (thank you Sarah) our 6 month old grand baby (Arya) and our...

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Immigration Paralegal Needed

  Paralegal needed for small Immigration Law Firm in Greensboro, NC. Please see the job description attached and email hazelfisher@chapman-immig.com with your completed...

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TPS Termination for Nicaragua; Delayed Decision for Honduras

On November 7, 2017, DHS announced that effective January 5, 2019, TPS will be terminated for nationals of Nicaragua. It also announced that TPS for Hondurans would be automatically extended to July 5, 2018, so that DHS could obtain additional information regarding...

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Know Your Rights | Conozca Sus Derechos

AILA provides Know Your Rights handouts for several scenarios, three of which are included below in English and Spanish. Know Your Rights Handouts: If ICE Visits a Home, Employer, or Public Space Conozca sus derechos Folletos: Si ICE visita un hogar, un empleador o un...

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