Entries by Abogado de inmigración


On January 13, 2018, USCIS announced its process for accepting DACA renewal applications. If you were previously granted DACA and it has not expired, you may submit an application to renew your DACA. You must also meet the following requirements in order to qualify for DACA renewal: 1. You must not have departed the U.S. […]

Ley Ejecutiva del Presidente Obama

El día 20 de Noviembre del 2014 El Presidente Obama anuncio su nueva póliza de Inmigración. Esta nueva póliza trae varios cambios a la ley de Inmigración. 1. Acción Diferida para Padres de Ciudadanos y Residentes Legales de los Estados Unidos: Para calificar la persona tiene que ver entrado a los Estados Unidos antes de […]

September Visa Bulletin

FAMILY CATEGORIES Categories Worldwide China (PRC) Mexico Philippines 1st 10-01-05 10-01-05 06-08-93 11-08-94 2A 05-08-10 05-08-10 04-15-10 05-08-10 2B 09-15-04 09-15-04 08-22-92 01-01-02 3rd 05-15-02 05-15-02 01-22-93 07-22-92 4th 03-08-01 01-22-01 06-15-96 02-01-89   EMPLOYMENT CATEGORIES Categories Worldwide China (PRC) India Mexico Philippines 1st Current Current Current Current Current 2nd 1-01-09 Unavailable Unavailable 1-01-09 1-01-09 […]

Immigration Form Fees Increase in November 2010

CIS fees increase on most applications on November 23, 2010. One of the only applications not subject to the increase is the N-400, application for naturalization. CIS representatives have commented that the reason the naturalization application fee is not being increased is to encourage those that are eligible to become citizens of the United States!

DREAM Act: New Immigration Law?

Great news for immigrants! Congress is considering the DREAM Act. It would grant legal resident status to undocumented immigrant students. The qualifications to apply: those who entered the United States before turning 16 and were raised here continuously for at least five years prior to the passage of the bill, graduated from an American high […]