In this video, attorney Jacob Sapochnick sits down with Real Talk San Diego to discuss our diverse immigration practice. Our office specializes in all aspects of immigration and nationality law. We assist entrepreneurs and investors who wish to come to the United States to set up and start their businesses in this country, foreign spouses and fiances of US Citizens who wish to immigrate to the United States, as well as students, engineers, athletes, musicians, hospitality workers, nurses, and other foreign workers who wish to live and work in the United States for a temporary period of time. We also specialize in assisting foreign workers obtain permanent residency through their employers. But that’s not all. To discover all that we have to offer please visit our website. If you are interested in exploring your options please contact our office to schedule a free first time consultation. Our attorneys and staff members are fluent in Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic, Hebrew, French and Russian.
In this video, attorney Jacob J. Sapochnick sits down with international business students studying at INSEAD, a graduate business school in France. Jacob asks them a burning question: Despite all of the obstacles foreign workers face in immigrating to the United States, and the President’s hard-line stance on immigration, are foreign workers still interested in living and working in the United States? Click here to join the conversation.
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Posted by San Diego Immigration Lawyer, Jacob J. Sapochnick on Tuesday, November 21, 2017
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Live outside our office building with a few fun facts you should know….
Posted by San Diego Immigration Lawyer, Jacob J. Sapochnick on Sunday, August 23, 2015
In this video Attorney Jacob J. Sapochnick takes you on a tour of our law office located at 1502 Sixth Avenue in sunny San Diego, California on the corner of Beech Street and Sixth Avenue. Come and visit us today. We offer free first time consultations to meet your immigration needs.
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In this video attorney Jacob J. Sapochnick answers your immigration questions live on Facebook.
Posted by San Diego Immigration Lawyer, Jacob J. Sapochnick on Saturday, February 18, 2017
In this session, Jacob discusses what is new in immigration, and answers your immigration questions relating to applications for permanent residence (I-485 adjustment of status), H-1B visas, citizenship, traveling outside of the United States as a permanent resident, global delays in visa issuance, the future of DACA under the Trump administration, consequences of overstaying your visa, and much more.
In this segment, attorney Jacob J. Sapochnick answers one of our most frequently asked questions: I applied for a US tourist visa and was denied based on Section 214B, what next?
– A tourist visa may be denied for lack of ties to your home country
– The applicant may not have adequately provided documented evidence proving that there are legitimate reasons they must return to their home country and not overstay
– The applicant may reapply especially if the consular officer is not giving the applicant a fair chance
– Otherwise, the applicant is generally recommended to wait for another six months before reapplying
In this episode, attorney Jacob J. Sapochnick, discusses whether you can obtain a tourist visa if you have battery charges against you
– In general criminal issues pose a big obstacle for visa approval, criminal issues are a factor in determining whether your visa will be approved or denied
– The frequency and the recency of the crime will factor greatly – up to 5 years preceding when applying a visa.
– When applying, you must provide documented evidence that you have changed your ways proving your good moral character, this will not guarantee your visa approval, it can only help strengthen your application
– You may be able to obtain a tourist visa if you first file the 212(d)(3) Nonimmigrant Waiver
For further questions please call our office.
Interested in applying for a business B-1 visa? Thinking of visiting the United States as a tourist? In this video, Attorney Jacob J Sapochnick, Esq., discusses B-1 and B-2 visas. Note: If you are a citizen of a country under the Visa Waiver Program, you do not need to apply for a B-2 tourist visa.