ImmigrationJanuary 10, 2023by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Understanding the New Advance Travel Authorization Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans
DHS announced new processes through which nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela, may request to legally enter and remain in the US.
ImmigrationDecember 15, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Green Card Sponsorship from a Step-parent
It's possible to receive a green card from a step-parent whether or not the child was born out of wedlock.
ImmigrationDecember 6, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: 2022 Year in Review
Now that the year 2022 is coming to an end, the question becomes, what can an immigrant do to prepare for 2023?
ImmigrationOctober 19, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: New Process Unveiled for Venezuelans
This new program allows Venezuelans and their immediate family to come, live and work legally in the U.S. for up to two years at a time.
ImmigrationNewsJune 9, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: New Asylum Rules Coming from the White House
President Biden is attempting to “fix” the asylum process by officially launching a new rule on March 31, 2022.
ImmigrationApril 29, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Recent Policy Change Means Good Things for Cubans
USCIS released a notice about a significant concession to the requirements that allow certain Cubans to qualify for legal permanent residency
ImmigrationApril 14, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Massive Increase in Migration and Asylum Expected into the U.S.
It is expected that a massive influx of cases will be coming as a result of the announcement from the CDC to end the Title 42 protocol.
ImmigrationMarch 16, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Re-entering the Country after Deportation
When I am advising clients in a deportation case, we always talk about the “What ifs” following deportation.
ImmigrationFebruary 9, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: New Deportation Policy for Venezuelans
If a Venezuelan has previously lived in Colombia and attempts to illegally enter the U.S., they will be automatically deported to Colombia.
ImmigrationJanuary 13, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: New Year, Same Problems
As the Biden administration continues to learn the ropes of the government, no other department has been so difficult than immigration.