ImmigrationDecember 29, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: 2021 Year in Review
2021 was a very tough year for immigration indeed. Despite the president’s pro-immigrant platform, not many improvements were accomplished.
ImmigrationDecember 9, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: New COVID-19 Restrictions for Travelers and Immigrants
With the ongoing global pandemic constantly changing, the government is again imposing restrictions on people seeking entry into the U.S.
ImmigrationAugust 31, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: COVID-19 Vaccine Required for Green Card Applicants
The CDC issued an order which requires most new green card applicants to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and be fully vaccinated.
ImmigrationJuly 20, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
The final end of DACA?
Two recent updates occurred last week that has placed the Biden administration in a difficult position as it tries to handle the out-of-control immigration problem that it inherited after the end of the last administration. The first update relates to the ongoing problems the DACA program has faced for several years. This is discussed in more detail below. The second announcement about...
ImmigrationJuly 13, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Questions Answered: Court Backlogs and H1B Visa Rule Changes
The government is on the road to recovery following Covid19. Reports are coming that many inmigration courts are once again open.
ImmigrationNewsJune 16, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Updates to USCIS Policies Improve Processes for Immigrants
USCIS announced that they have updated their policy manual to show how they are making improvements for applicants.
ImmigrationJune 2, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Best Immigration Options for a Spouse or Fiancé
A question we get from many people is what process is best for getting their spouses or fiancés into the US quickly and safely given the inconsistent practices from immigration services and the embassies.
ImmigrationMay 19, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Big News for Dreamers and DACA Recipients
Inmigration advocates have started legal action against the administration over delays in approvals for certain immigration processes.
ImmigrationNewsApril 28, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
U Visa, VAWA & DACA
First, what is the difference between a Visa U and VAWA? VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) is an immigration process that allows qualifying spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens and certain spouses and children of permanent residents (Green Card holders) to file a petition for themselves, without the knowledge or consent of their abusive family member. We have all heard stories of...
ImmigrationNovember 19, 2020by Lilibeth Marvin
The Biden Immigration Plan
Although much of the country is still focused on getting the official election results, it is quite clear that President Trump was not re-elected. Once everything is official, what can we expect from president-elect Biden? Well, not unlike every modern president for the last several decades, Biden has expressed interest in making immigration reform a priority. Also like all other...