Jeanne T Anderson
Hamton Roads, Virginia immigration attorney
About Jeanne T AndersonJeanne primarily focuses her practice on immigration law. Jeanne has personal experience with applying for benefits through the former INS- now U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services. She understands the angst that foreign clients feel when faced with an unfamiliar and confusing set of laws. Jeanne's goal is to make the law accessible to her clients and to make the process as seamless as possible.
- Immigration Law
- Social Security Disability/SSI
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Attorney, Jeanne T. Anderson, P.C.|
|Attorney, Cowardin, Kim, Smith, Anderson & Riddle|
|Attorney, Cowardin & Kim, PLC|
|College of William and Mary||J.D.||legal studies|
|Activities: Journal of Women and the Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Black Law Students Association (secretary), writer for school newspaper Amicus Curiae|
|University of Virginia||B.A.||sociology and government|
|Activities: Honor Committee, Office of African American Affairs Peer Advisor Program, Performed in play: Joys of War, Black Voices choir|
|Board Member, York-Poquoson Social Services Board|
|Co-liaison (Norfolk CIS), American Immigration Lawyers Association Washington, DC|
|Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association Washington, DC|
|Member, Newport News Bar Association|
|Board Member, Victory YMCA|
|Liaison to Commission on Homelessness & Poverty, American Bar Association|
|Member, American Bar Association|
- Overall: 2 Answers
Q. I never got my I-94 when I entered the U.S should I file for the I-94 first or at the same time as the I-130 & I-485?
A: You must show proof of your legal entry when you appear for your adjustment of status interview. Do you have a stamp in your passport showing legal entry? You should file for replacement I-94 to show proof of legal entry.
Q. Our I-130 has been approved. We are trying to bring my in-laws to the U.S. from Mexico. What is our next step?
A: Are you trying to bring your spouse's parents to the United States? You may not petition for his (or her) parents. When s/he becomes a U.S. citizen s/he may petition for the parents. You should consult with an attorney for further assistance.