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Christopher M. Pogue, Esq.
  
Cincinnati Immigration lawyer Christopher Pogue, Esq. - Ohio Attorney, Visas, Green Card, Citizenship, Marriage, Fiance(e) Law Office of Christopher M. Pogue, 810 Sycamore Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, usa immigration, ohio immigration, cincinnati immigration, immigration legal, best immigration lawyer, top immigration lawyer, the most reviewed and highest rated immigration attorney in the Tri-state - cases include - Marriage, K-1, Adjustment of Status, Consular Processing, Naturalization, Athletes, Entertainers, Investors, Employers, and Employees.Why hire an immigration attorney? Cincinnati Immigration Lawyer, Ohio Immigration Attorney Cincinnati Immigration Lawyer, Ohio Immigration Lawyer, K visa (Fiance(e), Marriage, Green Card, CitizenshipChristopher Pogue, Ohio lawyer, Cincinnati immigration attorney, visa, citizenship, Green Card, Marriage, Fiance(e)Family visas, Fiance visas, k-1, marriage visas, parent visas, I-130, I-485, Cincinnati Immigration Lawyer US Business visas, H1-B, PERM, Green Card, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, EB-5, national interest waiverUseful immigration linksCincinnati Immigration Lawyer BlogContact us, Cincinnati Immigration Lawyer, Ohio Immigration Attorney

About Us...  For over 40 years we've practiced immigration law in Cincinnati, Ohio assisting immigration clients throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and remotely throughout the United States and around the world. Our clients include families, professionals, and businesses from over 100 countries.

What sets us apart from other law firms... Your attorney will return all phone calls and emails within one (1) business day, prepare USCIS forms for review within three (3) to six (6) business days, and handle most cases for one flat fee from start to finish. When you need answers your attorney is there for you with experienced, expert immigration advice at an affordable price. 

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"Experienced, expert immigration advice at an affordable price."

     

 

"Hoping for the best, prepared for the worst, and unsurprised by anything in between." ~Maya Angelou

As a full-service immigration law firm, our immigration lawyers provide complete and effective support for  employmentfamily, marriage (including same-sex / gay marriage cases)family legalizationcitizenship, and analyzing the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. Our goal is to provide confidentialexperienced, and expert immigration advice at an affordable price. For this reason most of our cases are handled on a "flat fee" basis, instead of hourly. This means that our clients know upfront exactly what the cost of their case will be so there are no surprises.

Having an experienced immigration lawyer on your side means that your situation will be professionally analyzed and that your options will be clearly explained to you. Furthermore, your immigration attorney will recommend the best way for you to obtain a particular immigration status, complete and submit your forms, avoid delays, speak on your behalf to US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), US Department of State (USDOS), National Visa Center (NVC), or US Department of Labor (USDOL), and file necessary appeals and waivers with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), or US federal court.

 

Our Employment Practice represents a wide range of businesses and individuals throughout the US.

Self-Petitions: We assist a broad range of individuals in obtaining Green Cards through several categories that allow for self-sponsored petitions, including: EB-2 National Interest Waivers and EB-1 Extraordinary Ability petitions

Employers: Whether your company is just starting up or your company is simply looking for new expert immigration support, our lawyers can assist. Our services include everything from consulting on company immigration sponsorship policies and E-Verify compliance, to complex PERM petitions. 

 

ILW.ORG Immigration law news on visas, greencards, and citizenship.

Our Family Practice assist individuals in bringing relatives to the US, assists relatives already in the US to remain in the country, and assists Legal Permanent Residents to become full US citizens. We use the latest technology at our firm to ensure that we can effectively communicate and share documents with our clients wherever they are in the world. 

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Below are the latest USCIS Policy Guidance Documents impacting family and business immigration... 

The purpose of this policy memorandum (PM) is to provide guidance to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officers on waiving the interview requirement for Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence. This PM revises the Adjudicator’s Field Manual (AFM) at Chapter 25.1(g) and 25.1(i).
This policy memorandum (PM) clarifies the requirement that the qualifying organization employ the principal L-1 beneficiary abroad for 1 continuous year out of the 3 years before the time of petition filing (“one-year foreign employment requirement”). This clarification is intended to ensure consistent adjudications of L-1 petitions with respect to the 1-year foreign employment requirement.
This policy memorandum (PM) amends the Adjudicator's Field Manual (AFM) to provide guidance on issues related to prospective adoptive parent (PAP) suitability that may arise when adjudicating intercountry adoption cases.
This memorandum provides USCIS asylum officers with guidance for considering and processing claims of asylum, statutory withholding of removal, and protection under the Convention Against Torture (CAT), including in the credible fear context, to conform to the Interim Final Rule (IFR), Aliens Subject to a Bar on Entry under Certain Presidential Proclamations; Procedures for Protection Claims, 83 Fed. Reg. 55,934 (Nov. 9, 2018).
This policy memorandum (PM) provides guidance regarding the filing and adjudication of H-2B nonimmigrant petitions that fall under section 1045 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 and supersedes the February 15, 2018 memorandum (PM-602-0156) that originally implemented section 1049 of the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2018.
The Pogue Law Firm LLC
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810 Sycamore Street, 2nd Floor - Cincinnati, Ohio 45202            



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