These articles provide tips and information about Asylum, Crime Victim Visas and related immigration benefits.
USCIS Reopens (Some) Offices
Interviews and naturalization ceremonies are back on the calendar, with new guidelines in place for COVID-19.
How is COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Affecting Immigration?
All across the country, lives have been upended by the spread of COVID-19. Immigrants are no exception. As immigration lawyers, we’re doing our best to stay on top of developments to make sure our clients are taken care of. Is USCIS still doing interviews? As of March 18, USCIS has cancelled all routine in-person services…. Read More…
A Visa for Crime Victims
Crime victims are eligible for a special type of visa for help in investigating crimes.
Don’t Fall for Notario Fraud
Not everyone can help you with immigration. Make sure you're getting good advice from someone who's qualified.
Why Trump Will Lose the White House Because of Immigration
Outrage over separation of immigrant families might finally be enough to unite opposition to the Trump administration
Hope for TPS as Congress Introduces Four Bills
Four different bills have been submitted to help TPS holders whose status is expiring.
TPS Ends for Salvadorans
The Trump administration sent shockwaves through immigrant communities by ending TPS for El Salvador.
A Window of Opportunity for TPS Holders
TPS now counts as admission so you can adjust status if you live in the right state.
Dramatic Changes in Temporary Protected Status
DHS announces major changes to TPS with still more to come.
What is Temporary Protected Status?
An overview of TPS benefits and eligibility as well as limitations.