Useful Immigration Articles
Since the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling that Sec. 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”) is unconstitutional, our federal agencies are now required to treat same-sex couples who are legally married in the same manner as they would opposite-sex couples. In the...
There will be a barbecue with friends, fireworks, and a day off from work. But for me, this Independence Day will be far different from the ones I have celebrated since I moved to the United States 13 years ago.
Immigration law experts and borough advocacy rights groups said that while Queens immigrants are understandably alarmed about Trump’s executive orders, there are steps they can take to protect themselves.
On this Thanksgiving, let us each remember that. At a time when our nation is divided and frightened, there is still nowhere as a Muslim I am not welcome. There is nowhere in the world where a Muslim is more religiously and democratically free.
This week marks the third annual anniversary of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the Department of Homeland Security’s initiative to grant consideration to individuals who entered the United States as children in deferring prosecutorial action as well as issuing work authorization if they meet certain criteria.
Information for our Greek constituents. If you any questions about immigration for your family and friends please contact our office.
Although President Obama’s much anticipated speech on Immigration last night shone a light on coming future changes in Immigration law and procedure, the first and foremost fact that we all need to understand is that whether through Executive Action or Congress passing new laws all of these proposed changes will not be truly implemented for months
As an organization dedicated to the cause of bringing families together across many boundaries, we continue to impress upon our clients and potential clients the value of citizenship in the United States
One of our most frequently used services is adjustment of status for the spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens who are present in the U.S. and seeking permanent residency. We are pleased to say that, for the most part, these applications are being processed...