DACA News This month, the big immigration news has to do with the DACA program. Last week, U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen decided in favor of Texas and eight other states suing to stop the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program. The judge’s ruling is expected to be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, sending Read more about September 2023 Newsletter: This month, the big immigration news has to do with the DACA program.[…]
We’re celebrating one year at our new office at 5352 N. Milwaukee Avenue in Chicago! It’s been one year since our office moved to a new location and your support has been invaluable in making this journey a success. Thank you for being part of our story and for allowing us to be part of yours. Read more about August 2023 Newsletter: We Are Celebrating 1 Year At Our New Office![…]
The Adjustment of Status process allows eligible family members to apply for a Green Card without leaving the country.
Family Reunification Parole Process This month, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) implemented a new family reunification parole (FRP) process for Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras. Citizens of these countries who have relatives who are United States citizens, and who are beneficiaries of an approved Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, can be considered for parole on Read more about July 2023 Newsletter: Family Reunification Parole Process[…]
While DACA has offered temporary protection from deportation and access to certain benefits, its recipients still encounter numerous challenges on their path to stability and success.
DACA Update In the news this month, the DACA program is back in the courts, with the U.S. District judge from Texas who previously ruled against the program now hearing new arguments against the legality of a revised version of the policy. There is no deadline for the judge’s decision, so there may or may not Read more about June 2023 Newsletter: DACA Update[…]
When applying for a Green Card in the United States, demonstrating financial stability is a crucial aspect of the process. These six strategies can help
USCIS has recently implemented several noteworthy changes to the immigration application process. Here are three you should know about.
Celebrating 1 Year at The New Office! This month makes a full year at our current office location at 5352 N Milwaukee Avenue Chicago, IL 60630. If you have not stopped by our office in a while, remember that we moved last year! The President Plans to Expand Healthcare Coverage to DACA recipients Last month, President Biden announced Read more about May 2023 Newsletter: Celebrating 1 Year at The New Office![…]
Hello Everyone, and happy Spring! We have a few logistical immigration items to discuss this month. First, at the end of March, USCIS removed the requirement that civil surgeons sign Form I-693, Report of Immigration Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, no more than 60 days before an individual applies for an underlying immigration benefit, including Form I-485, Application to Read more about April 2023 Newsletter: Happy Spring![…]