Do you have DACA? Marriage might be a better option

Daca or Marriage

As the future of DACA remains unclear, it is a good time to look at all of your options. We are pushing the DREAM Act to provide a path to citizenship for DACA youth. But, even if it passed today, it could take over a decade to become a US citizen through the DREAM Act. […]

Experience brings hope!

Experience brings hope Jessica Piedra

A few months ago, hope was lost in Kansas City. Liliana and her husband were discouraged because, after consulting with different lawyers, they were told that they could not continue with her case due to a small complication with her entry documents. During their first meeting, Liliana told attorney Piedra about her situation and what […]

First-Time DACA Slow, But Worth It

DACA first time application

Since December 2020, immigrants have been actively applying again for temporary protection from deportation and a renewable work permit that is granted by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Unfortunately, the process has been slow since then, and only 1.5% of first-time applications have been approved so far. In this regard, time is […]

USCIS Updates – Good News!

USCIS updates

Today is a great day! We have officially received the news that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued new policy updates in its Policy Manual that will benefit all Latinos and immigrants who are seeking a new life in the United States.  The changes, which revolve around a request for evidence and […]

TPS: New Supreme Court updates – Apply today!

United States Supreme Court Building

Today we have news of interest to immigrants who are TPS holders and plan to apply for permanent residency in the future, or are close to applying for permanent residency. In this regard, the Supreme Court voted 9-0 that TPS holders can only obtain permanent residency through family if they had a lawful entry into […]