ImmigrationJuly 7, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Recent Court Updates and Tips for Obtaining Documents that Show Legal Presence
Much of the updates coming from Washington recently have dealt mostly with the huge backlog of cases in the immigration court system and the fact that it is getting worse.
ImmigrationJune 29, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
What happens to my Visa Application if I get Married?
Depending on where you are from originally, your wait could be nearly 20 years. A lot can happen in such a long period of time.
ImmigrationJune 23, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Biden Administration Opens Work Permits to U Visa Applicants
USCIS released new information on a program that provides employment authorization and protection for U visa applicants.
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.
ImmigrationNewsJune 10, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
New Progress Removing Trump Era Restrictions
The Biden administration has recently taken several large steps to loosen restrictions on immigration policies that were created by the Trump administration.
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 26, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Residency with DACA
With DACA becoming more active under the new administration, more and more clients are asking questions about the eligibility requirements for the existing program.
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...
ImmigrationFebruary 2, 2021by Lilibeth Marvin
Legal Challenges to Biden’s Immigration Policies
Although many changes have been announced by the Biden administration for immigration, it is important to remember that it takes time for the government to create the process or to change the law. There was lots of excitement when President Trump made the executive order to create protections for Venezuelans living in the U.S., but so far, President Biden has not officially committed his...