Immigration can be an exciting adventure to a new life. People from all over the world find new opportunities elsewhere and move to countries with a better chance at a great life. Most people who come to the United States are seeking something better for themselves and their families. The American Dream has a different meaning for everyone.
You must have a lot of questions. You might find yourself coming in contact with issues like Green Cards, adjustments of status and family sponsorship, Form I-751, the 601-A Waiver, Fiancé Visas, Consular Processing, the I-765, 3 and 10-Year Bars, and the U-Visa Program.
Whether you are hoping to enter the United States in the future, are a legal resident hoping to become a U.S. citizen, or an undocumented resident hoping to acquire a Green Card, speaking with an experienced immigration attorney is a good step to protecting you and your loved ones as you start this exciting journey to citizenship. Immigration is a complicated procedure and having counsel is always recommended. Please speak with an immigration attorney and avoid Notarios Publicos at all cost. More
The application to file for citizenship, or naturalization, is done on form N-400. It requires all your biographical information: your evidence of work history, employment history, and residence in the United States, as well as your trips outside of the country over the last five years. The application is going to be used to demonstrate your eligibility for your citizenship. More
DACA was created on June 15, 2012, and went into effect August 15, 2012. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a program for undocumented people, who came to the United States as children, to request deferred action. More
Cancellation of removal is an immigration tool available to immigrants who have been placed in removal proceedings. That is, to be deported or removed from the United States of America because of an act that Immigration deems a deportable or inadmissible offense. More
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