Taylor Jameson


Taylor Jameson has dedicated her entire career to representing the indigent and immigrants. She is currently a staff attorney at Legal Services of Eastern Michigan in Flint, Michigan where she specializes in immigration, unemployment, and general civil litigation. Prior to working in legal aid, Taylor served for four years at the International Institute of Akron, a nonprofit legal services provider in Akron, Ohio, where she specialized in family-based immigration and deportation/removal defense. In her spare time, Taylor enjoys hiking, kayaking, gardening, and spending time with her daughter and dog.

Articles By Taylor Jameson

AG Garland Overturns Trump-Era Decision Undermining Asylum for Victims of Gender and Gang Violence
June 16, 2021 Attorney General Merrick Garland overrules Trump-era ruling denying that many victims of domestic violence may qualify for asylum in the United States.
What Happens When an Undocumented Immigrant Is Caught
Know your rights if you're an undocumented person picked up by ICE.
Missed My Biometrics Appointment for USCIS Application: What Do I Do?
If you fail to attend your biometrics appointment, it could result in significant delays in your application. USCIS could even deem your application abandoned and reject it. You might still have options to get your application back on track, however.
How Do I Request a Bond Hearing in an Immigration Case?
It is up to you to request bond. Unlike your immigration court proceeding, you do not receive information from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or the Immigration Court regarding your bond hearing.
Chart: What to Expect When Sponsoring a Fiancé or Spouse for a Green Card
Find out how long it takes to get a fiancé or spouse visa--and how to do it.
Received a NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) After Marriage-Based Green Card Interview: What to Do?
A strong NOID response may be your final chance to succeed in your case.
Paid an Immigration Bond? How to Get Money Back
If you paid money so your friend or relative would be released from detention, and to make sure the person shows up for court proceedings, how do you get the bond money back when court is over?
Can a Green Card Holder Be Deported for Receiving Public Benefits?
Which public benefits, if any, can put a green card holder (lawful permanent resident) at risk for deportation and the current test for deportability.
If You've Received Public Benefits, Leaving U.S. Risks Being Refused Reentry
Though green card holders are eligible for some public benefits, that doesn’t make receiving them risk-free.
What's an Aggravated Felony According to U.S. Immigration Law?
If the term “aggravated felony” sounds it refers like a serious crime, it should. Any noncitizen convicted of an aggravated felony will lose the right to many types of immigration benefits.