ImmigrationMarch 30, 2023by Lilibeth Marvin
I-601 or I-601A Waiver of Inadmissibility: Who needs them and how to qualify for a waiver?
Learn about who can qualify for an I-601 waiver of inadmissibility and the cost of applying for one. If you have a 3 or 10-year bar, make sure you understand the details of the waiver process!
ImmigrationNovember 30, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Travel while waiting for Green Card approval
It is possible to travel as long as you follow the proper steps to avoid violating the law or avoiding having your green card request denied.
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.
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 22, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Common Fiancé Visa Pitfalls
The fiancé visa is a very common method of bringing a loved one to the U.S. but also a very technical and sometimes difficult process.
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.
ImmigrationSeptember 8, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Tricky Interview Questions Answered
Since immigration law is so vast and technical, we often get questions from clients about many different parts of their process.
ImmigrationSeptember 1, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: DACA 2.0?
The “new” DACA program still prevents new applicants from applying for deferred deportation or the right to apply for a two-year work permit.
ImmigrationAugust 25, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Would my Children Become Citizens after my Oath Ceremony?
U.S. immigration law provides a special pathway for children to obtain citizenship ahead of most other candidates, but it is not automatic.
ImmigrationAugust 18, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Who has the right to work in the U.S.?
Most immigrants who enter the U.S. with the intention to stay longer, usually look for the opportunity to work while with their families.