Kristina Gasson

Attorney · Temple University Beasley School of Law

Kristina Gasson is a practicing attorney licensed in Massachusetts and New York, with extensive  experience in immigration law, administrative law, employment law, and insurance law. Kristina received her law degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law and her bachelor's degree in political science from Brown University. 


Articles By Kristina Gasson

Why U.S. Consulate May Deny Your Visa Due to 90-Day Rule and Fraud During Past U.S. Trips
A visa fraud “90-Day Rule” replaces the commonly used “30/60 Rule” when determining whether a non-citizen used a U.S. visa for the correct purposes.
How to Handle a Request for Evidence (RFE) From USCIS
When U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) needs more information in order to proceed any further on your application, it will issue you a Request for Evidence (RFE).
What to Expect at the Naturalization Oath Ceremony
Your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization has been approved and you have passed your U.S. citizenship interview.
Deriving Citizenship Through Parents If You Turn 18 on or After February 27, 2001
You might have your green card and be thinking about naturalizing to become a U.S. citizen.
What Should I Do If My Address Changes While My Asylum Application Is Being Processed?
Notifying USCIS of an asylum applicant's change of address.
Can I Leave the U.S. While My Asylum Case Is Pending?
Risks of leaving the United States while awaiting an asylum decision.
I Waited Too Long to Apply for Asylum in the United States: Can I Apply for Asylum in Canada?
The Safe Third Country Agreement between the U.S. and Canada says that (with some exceptions) you can apply for asylum only in the first country you arrived in.
How to Apply for Nonimmigrant U Visa or Status
Use this handy checklist to make sure you've got everything ready to apply to a U visa based on being a crime victim helping U.S. law enforcement.
Filling Out Form I-918 Petition for a U Visa
Detailed application-preparation instructions for immigrants who have been the victim of a serious crime and are assisting U.S. law enforcement with an investigation or prosecution.
If I Report My Permanent Resident Spouse for Domestic Violence, Will He Get Deported?
Learn the effect requesting protective orders or pressing criminal charges against an immigrant can have on their immigration status.