The family immigration section of our library discusses Spouse & Fiancé Petitions, Adjustment of Status, Consular Processing, and more.
USCIS Reopens (Some) Offices
Interviews and naturalization ceremonies are back on the calendar, with new guidelines in place for COVID-19.
Immigration Suspended Temporarily
Most immigration to the US has been temporarily suspended as part of COVID-19 containment efforts.
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…
Bring Your Fiance to the US with a K-1 Visa
Thinking of getting married? You need a fiance visa to bring your future spouse to the US.
Unintended Consequences - The Story of the Diversity Lottery
A brief history of how the diversity lottery came to be.
What is Chain Migration?
A quick explanation of chain migration and why it matters.
TPS Ends for Salvadorans
The Trump administration sent shockwaves through immigrant communities by ending TPS for El Salvador.
I-601A Provisional Waiver for Unlawful Presence
If you’re applying for a green card but don’t have legal status in the US, file an I-601A before leaving for your interview to skip the penalty.
245(i) Adjustment of Status
245(i) is a golden ticket to a green card for people with qualifying family connections, but the deadline is long passed.
Concepcion and Miguel: Reunited at Last
A family ripped apart by immigration law finds hope through a waiver for unlawful presence and a 245(i) adjustment.