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.
ImmigrationJanuary 18, 2023by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: 4 Myths and Misconceptions about Marriage Green Cards
There are a number of misconceptions circulating about what seeking legal status through marriage means or requires.
ImmigrationJanuary 4, 2023by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: A Path to U.S. Residency After Deportation
In this article, I will answer a number of legal questions regarding how you can become a U.S. resident after being deported.
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.
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?
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.
ImmigrationNovember 25, 2022by Lilibeth Marvin
Immigration Now: Sponsoring an immigrant after a Criminal Conviction
Certain crimes committed by residents, even citizens, can impact whether their relative will be able to obtain a green card or a fiancé visa.
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?”