Svetlana Kats

Svetlana Kats

  • Immigration Law
  • Ohio
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Attorney Svetlana Kats is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association with more then 12 years of progressive experience in Immigration Law practices.
We Provide Every Immigration Legal Service Including: Fiance Visas, Green Cards Based on Marriage, Employment-Based Green Cards, Work Visas, Investor’s Visas, Citizenship, Family-Based Immigration, Deportation Defense.

Practice Area
  • Immigration Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Ohio
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6th Circuit
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Languages
  • Russian Sign Language: Spoken, Written
  • Ukrainian: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Partner
Law Office of Svetlana Kats
We Provide Every Immigration Legal Service Including: Fiance Visas, Green Cards Based on Marriage, Employment-Based Green Cards, Work Visas, Investor’s Visas, Citizenship, Family-Based Immigration, Deportation Defense
Education
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
LL.M. (2003)
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Awards
10 best immigration attorneys
American Institute of Legal Consel
Immigration Law Division, Clients Sutisfaction
Professional Associations
Ohio State Bar  # 0080407
Member
Current
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American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Current
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Websites & Blogs
Website
http://www.katsatlaw.com/
Legal Answers
39 Questions Answered

Q. Can you use form 797 notice of action instead of the EAD to start work when waiting for a green card to process?
A: you will need an approved EA to start employment
Q. Advice for how my Colombian fiancee can pass his next tourist visa interview?
A: Hi there. The immigration officer at the consulate has discretion to determine at the interview whether or not the applicant has immigrant intent to stay in the US when applying for visitor's visa. Since your fiance already stated at the previous interview that he has a fiance living in US,. the officer may and most likely will review interview notes and will determine that your fiance in fact intending marring you in the US. However, your fiance may re-apply and try to convince the officer that he is going to US just to visit you and your family. Please note, marring you in the US will not allow him to stay beyond the date of the expiration of his visitor's status ( even if you file family based petition for him), since the different rules apply to Legal Permanent Residents v. US Citizens.
Q. My i94 Expires on 13 august 2020 and i have applied for COS i539 for F2 Visa on 28 june. Do i have to go back ?
A: Hi there, if you have properly filed your I-539- then you should receive filing receipt showing that your case is filed and pending. During the time of adjudication of your I-539, you should stay in the US. If you leave the country, your application will be canceled. Good lack, hopefully your application will be approved!
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Located in Cleveland, Ohio
5001 Mayfield Rd.,
Suite 103
Cleveland, OH 44124
Telephone: (216) 382-3700
Fax: (216) 373-9142
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