ImmigrationMarch 15, 2023by Lilibeth Marvin
What is the ADIT (I-551) Stamp and do I need one?
The I-551 or ADIT stamp is a very important document that immigration used to provide temporary proof of lawful permanent resident status.
ImmigrationFebruary 3, 2023by Lilibeth Marvin
Cuban Adjustment Act in 2023
If you are a Cuban national who is in the United States without immigration status, you may be able to apply for the Cuban Adjustment Act.
ImmigrationDecember 21, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Green Card Interview Locations
You will either have your interview inside the U.S. with your sponsor or you will have the interview by yourself in your home country.
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.
ImmigrationOctober 31, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: New Citizenship Criteria for Applicants with Disabilities
On October 19, 2022, USCIS announced changes that aim to remove barriers to the naturalization process for applicants with disabilities.
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.
ImmigrationOctober 13, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: New DACA Alert
A burning question on the minds of many clients and immigration professionals alike is “what exactly is going on with DACA these days?”
ImmigrationOctober 7, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Life After Deportation
An article about the consequences following a deportation is more valuable to readers instead of one about potential deportation situations.
ImmigrationSeptember 29, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Getting Divorced during the Green Card Process
Many immigrants are unable to finish their green card process because financial reasons or the end of their relationships with their spouses.
ImmigrationSeptember 16, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Does the Asylum One-year Rule Still Apply?
This rule requires all potential asylum applicants to file their request within one year of entering the U.S.