Trump’s Assault on Asylum and the Battle for the American Spirit

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15th Nov 2018

Donald Trump has made a political career on demonizing immigrants, and his actions in office have been consistent with his bombastic hardline rhetoric: killing DACA, separating families at the border under a “zero tolerance” policy, and now, issuing a Proclamation that America will ignore its international obligation (not to mention moral duty) to offer safe refuge to persons fleeing persecution.  This time, Trump may have gone too far. more

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Ending the Long Wait: Suing the Government When It Fails to Timely Act

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One of the most difficult aspects of immigrating to the United States is the waiting process.  This process can be stressful not only to the applicant, but also to the applicant’s family. This is especially true for family-based preference petitions involving siblings of U.S. citizens, where the waiting time is more than 20 years for Filipinos.  more

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Green Card After Being Victim of Crime (‘U’ Visa) – November 9, 2018

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9th Nov 2018

Our client’s permanent resident status was granted after her request for a ‘U’ visa was approved as the victim of a crime. more

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Approved Joint Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (I-751) – November 8, 2018

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8th Nov 2018

Petition approved without an interview! more

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Immigration After the Midterm Elections

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The 2018 midterm elections are now over and we have a split Congress. Democrats are in the majority in the House of Representatives while Republicans still control the Senate. What does that mean for immigration laws and policies? Are we any closer to seeing comprehensive immigration reform?
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Approved Application for Change-of-Status (I-539) – November 7, 2018

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7th Nov 2018

People often decide they want to study in the U.S. after they originally entered as a Tourist. Explore the possibility of obtaining a Student Visa! more

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Approved Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (I-751) – November 5, 2018

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5th Nov 2018

Remember that your time as a ‘conditional’ resident counts for naturalization purposes. You may be eligible for U.S. citizenship sooner than you think. more

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Approved Fiancé(e) Petition – November 2, 2018

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2nd Nov 2018

Fiancé(e) petitions are only valid for 4 months. Timely process your case to prevent any issues resulting from the petition expiring. more

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Approved L-1A Visa – November 1, 2018

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1st Nov 2018

‘L’ visas allow certain employees of international companies to live in the U.S. and work for their same employer. more

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President Trump Proposes Ending Birthright Citizenship

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President Trump announced that his administration is preparing an executive order to end birthright citizenship.  This announcement was met with outrage and skepticism from his critics, who argue that the move would be both unconstitutional and un-American.  more

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