Why FOIA Requests Can Be Powerful Tools

When people think of the “Freedom of Information Act,” or FOIA, different things can come to mind. For some, they associate FOIA with attempts to unlock various alleged government conspiracies; others think of FOIA as a way to keep tabs on the behavior of government officials. For those in the field of immigration law, however, FOIA requests can be very powerful tools. FOIA requests can allow immigration attorneys to Read More

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Filing for Your Green Card

As many Green Card applicants are aware, filling out the application for a Green Card with the United States Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS) can be a challenging, tedious process. The Green Card application itself – Form I-485 – is a fairly large document which requires applicants to provide a lot of information about themselves and the details of their current situation (i.e. marital status, Read More

5 Tips for a Winning Hardship Waiver

Hiring a legal expert to assist with a hardship waiver is among the wisest investments you can make. This is because these waivers can have such a massive impact on you and the future of your family. A hardship waiver literally has the power to transform your family’s future, and consequently these documents should not be approached lightly. What’s more, an expert can give you the type of critical information you Read More


Exciting updates are here! We have some amazing new legislation that is in the process of being passed. This is to allow students who either went to two years of high school or home school in the United States or they graduated from something of that equivalent to be able to apply for and receive in state tuition so you don't have to pay the out of state tuition and also be able to have access to financial aid. Now Read More

Can My Spouse’s Children Petition for Me?

Do you have a spouse who has kids who are citizens? If you're married to someone, and they have kids who are over the age of 21, and they are a citizen, I want to tell you that that person might be able to petition for you. Or they might be the basis for you for being able to get you your green card. Now, Here's the rule. Here's the trick. Here's the important piece: you have to have married your spouse, the mother Read More

Removing the Conditions on a Green Card if You Are Married, Divorced or if Your Spouse Passed Away

                  What happens if you have been married to a US Citizen and have conditional residency? Or what happens when you divorced your US Citizen spouse? Just so you can get an understanding of what the system is, the reason you have to remove the conditions on your lawful permanent residency is because when you petition you have been married for less than 2 years. So if husband and wife are married for less Read More

What Is the Detention Center Like for Immigrants?

                It´s a difficult position the detainee is placed in and it goes the same way for the family of the detainee. One of our goals in life is to get as many people out of the detention centers as possible. So today we are going to go over some questions about detention centers.   What are the detention centers like for immigrants? The detention centers are a lot like prison. The floors are all concrete and Read More

Two Things You MUST Do for Biden’s Proposed Immigration Reform

Finally some really good news coming down the pipe! We're going to start seeing Biden talk about immigration on every Friday and we'll do our best to be able to update you as soon as we have the details and can distill it down.  Today I want to talk to you about the two things you need to do as we start looking towards what Biden wants to do with his presidency and with his proposed immigration reform. So let's get Read More

Fix Your Status Through Adjustment of Status

Today we are so excited to talk to you about ways you can fix your status without leaving the United States. So let's say that you're here and you don't want to leave or you cannot leave (for some reason) to be able to fix your status.  So for you to adjust your status it means you have to have status to begin with. We can't go from not having some sort of status into having status. The common way to refer to this is Read More

Loved One Detained by Immigration

Do you have a loved one who's ever been detained in immigration? If this is part of your life story first of all I can only say that my heart is out to you and it's our mission in life to get as many people out of those immigration detention centers, prisons as possible. To that end, our firm has throughout the pandemic continued to get dozens and dozens of people out of the Detention Center. We have an incredible Read More