Visa Bulletin for March 2024!

Visa Bulletin for March 2024! The Visa Bulletin tells us how long you will have to wait in line to move forward with your immigration case. US citizen relatives such as spouses, unmarried children under 21 years old and parents do not have to worry about these lines. Other family members have their own categories: […]

What’s U Visa?

What’s U Visa? The U Visa is for individuals who have been victims of certain crimes in the U.S. and have assisted in the investigation. This is demonstrated through certification from the police or prosecutor. Gerald Sorensen, a new addition to our team and former prosecutor in Kansas City, MO, reviews these certifications. He is […]

Visa Bulletin for February 2024!

Visa Bulletin for February 2024! The Visa Bulletin tells us how long you will have to wait in line to move forward with your immigration case.  US citizen relatives such as spouses, unmarried children under 21 years old and parents do not have to worry about these lines. Other family members have their own categories:  […]

TPS Updates!

TPS Updates!   Attention TPS holders and Venezuelans that entered prior to July 31, 2023 – Now is the time for action!  Many of you have had TPS or Temporary Protected Status for almost twenty years.  The previous president tried to cancel the program, but now it is back and you must renew! The TPS – […]

Why is an emergency plan important?

Why is an emergency plan important? Immigration laws in the United States are constantly changing and therefore it is important to be prepared for your peace of mind and that of your family. How can you do this? We have prepared a special emergency package to help you and your family be prepared in case […]

How to apply for asylum?

How to apply for Asylum? There are different ways in which a person can apply for an asylum case. Attorney Jessica Piedra explains important points to consider in the Asylum process in case you are eligible. “¿Who can apply for asylum?”   “People who are afraid to return to their country either because they are […]

U Visa in Kansas City

In recent months, new updates on how to obtain a U visa in our area. Attorney Jessica Piedra answers some questions to clarify doubts on the subject.   “Are there new opportunities to get a U visa?” “Yes, what’s new in our area is that it is now possible to get a certification for crimes […]

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, what is it?

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, what is it? The Special Immigrant Juvenile Status is a program for young immigrants living in this country without their parents. Attorney Jessica Piedra explains more about this program. “There are many young immigrants here in the United States  without their parents, what options do they have to adjust their status?” […]

LGBTQIA+ community and their immigration rights

In June we celebrate and commemorate LGBTQIA+ Pride Month. Throughout history the LGBTQIA+ community has had to face several obstacles just by existing and being themselves. In the past, something as simple as being able to get married seemed impossible to them.  Today, after years of fighting and resistance by members of the community and […]

Three immigrant families overcome adversity to achieve the American dream!

We win difficult cases!

Our team fought hard on three difficult cases of  Permanent Residence.  Attorney Jessica Piedra guided all three applicants to successfully win their interviews.   The first case involved an older couple who had dated in their teens and later reunited about 15 years ago. They had several difficulties answering questions about dates, but were able […]