Using Prevail for Immigration

Immigration law governs who may enter our country and for how long, and also rules the naturalization process by which a person may become a United States citizen. It is one of the most complex areas of law, and if not followed properly, it may result in financially and emotionally devastating consequences for the applicant. Immigration law, like Estate Planning, is document-intensive. Prevail includes templates, in PDF format, for the most commonly-used immigration forms. (*Note: Adobe Acrobat 9 Professional or later is required to use the PDF merge feature in Prevail.) Like Social Security disability law, Immigration law is procedure-based. The Process tab in Prevail can guide you through the steps, regardless of the applicant’s type of request.

Custom fields included in the Immigration law type:

  • Application Date
  • Summary of Applicant Request
  • Current USCIS Status
  • Date Status Expires
  • Date of Last Entry
  • Place of Last Entry
  • Manner of Last Entry
  • Date of Marriage
  • Place of Marriage
  • Date of Divorce
  • Occupation
  • Country of Domicile
  • Country of Citizenship
  • Country of Prior Nationality
  • Other Names Used
  • Savings/Checking
  • Real Estate
  • Mortgages/Encumbrances
  • Current Annual Income
  • Life Insurance
  • Life Insurance CSV
  • Stocks/Bonds
  • Other Assets
  • Total Assets

    Custom fields included in the Immigration Application contact type:

    • City of Birth
    • Country of Birth
    • A#
    • I-94#