September 10th, 2018

immigration law

Approximately 43.3 million foreign-born people live in the United States, and there’s no denying the complications that can come with navigating the citizenship process. Even though more than 60% of immigrants in the United States today have lived here for at least 15 years, there are a number of forms you have to fill out along the way. more

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September 7th, 2018

It has been a predictably scary time for undocumented immigrants in the United States ever since President Trump was elected. What was not generally foreseen though was how President Trump’s deportation force would target long-time lawful permanent residents (green card holders) and even citizens of the United States. more

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August 31st, 2018

It is nearly a universal dream to be happily married.  To be with the person that you consider to be your soul mate, the person with whom you can share life’s joys and happy moments.  Though this dream is not limited to U.S. citizens, what is limited to U.S. citizens is the ability to file a petition for their fiancé(e) to join them in the U.S.  more

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August 23rd, 2018

immigration lawyer in pasadena

Lawful immigrants account for three-quarters of the foreign-born population in the United States. And while there are a number of ways to become a legal citizen, many do so by obtaining a green card or visa through marriage. If you … more

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August 17th, 2018

The Trump Administration is planning to deny noncitizens either green cards or United States citizenship if an individual used a public assistance program in the past.  Crafted by White House Senior Advisor Stephen Miller, this alarming proposal represents another pillar in the Trump Administration’s greater anti-immigrant policy to curb legal immigration in the United States, especially for refugees and asylum seekers, and forge ahead with a merit based immigration policy. more

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August 15th, 2018

best immigration lawyer

Approximately 43.3 million foreign-born people live in the United States. Furthermore, two-thirds (67%) of those eligible for citizenship had obtained it by 2015. Of course, obtaining citizenship can be a long and complex process, and without help from the best immigration lawyers, you could end up making some serious mistakes that slow the entire process. Here are just a few mistakes to avoid when applying for a green card. more

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August 10th, 2018

On Friday, August 3, 2018, Judge John D. Bates of the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia issued an order, declaring that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) must be restored. more

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August 7th, 2018

Last Week a Federal Judge order the Trump administration to filly restore the DACA program. This would mean that new initial applications could be filed as well as extensions (which are currently permitted).  more

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August 2nd, 2018

Earlier this year the Supreme Court of the United States issued a landmark decision that may potentially help immigrants who have previously been convicted of certain crimes.  In Sessions v. Dimaya, the Court held that part of the definition of “crime of violence” is unconstitutionally vague under the Due Process clause of the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution.  This decision will potentially spare thousands of immigrants from deportation and allow many others to seek relief that they were previously told was not available.  more

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July 26th, 2018

Many people from throughout the world are desperate to come to the United States.  They genuinely believe that entering America will lead to a better life because of the employment opportunities, the education system for their children, etc. With all the benefits that the United States has to offer, the decision to migrate to the U.S. often becomes an easy one.  The hard part then becomes actually getting to the U.S. more

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