Akshat Divatia

Akshat representa a clientes en una variedad de asuntos de visados de no inmigrante e inmigrante, y se destaca en la prestación de defensa diligente y soluciones simplificadas de inmigración a los empresarios en ciernes, las empresas establecidas, y las familias en crecimiento.

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Cannabis and Immigration: Marijuana Activity a Conditional Bar to Obtaining U.S. Citizenship

On April 19, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it would formally update its Policy Manual regarding how cannabis-related activity–even when it took place in states that have legalized the medical and recreational use of marijuana–would impact naturalization. The Policy Manual is self-defined by the USCIS as its centralized online repository for

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Canada Cannabis Legalization Today: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Update

On the eve of the Canada’s cannabis legalization, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) held a teleconference to explain the agency’s enforcement policy and field questions from journalists. The on-the-record teleconference featured the head of the CBP’s Office of Field Operations, which has a staff of 28,000+ employees and an operating budget of $5.2

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Bumps Ahead: The U.S. Border After Canada Cannabis Legalization

Canada’s cannabis legalization creates yet another wrinkle in the relations between the U.S. and its northern neighbor. U.S. Attorney General Jeffrey Sessions harbors a well known hatred towards anything cannabis and he clearly has no love for Canada’s Cannabis Act either. What will this mean though for Canadians who are 100% legally involved in Canada’s