As you’ve heard on the radio show “Mi Abogada”
For over 20 years, attorney Linnette Tano Clark has helped thousands of immigrants who want to inform themselves about immigration, changes in the law and their impact on the possibility to obtain a better life in the US.
She provides answers in Spanish and English to help the Hispanic community.
With degrees from UCLA, Loyola Law School, and years of experience working to support the rights of immigrants and winning their cases, you can be confident that immigration attorney Linnette Clark will help you to navigate the complexities of your immigration situation.
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Recent immigration news
TPS was officially extended for nationals of El Salvador. The extension is automatic through January 4, 2021. This means that work authorization is automatically extended as well. TPS recipients can demonstrate the Federal Register notice to employers as a confirmation of their work authorization extension. Current TPS recipients who live within the jurisdiction of the […]
Yesterday, November 12, 2019, The Supreme Court heard oral arguments regarding whether the DACA program will be terminated. In 2017, President Trump issued an order officially ending the DACA program. Due to a Court injunction, DACA recipients were able to continue renewing their DACA until the issue is resolved. Based on the questions asked during […]
In the month of November 2019, USCIS is accepting adjustments for family petitions based on the filing date and not the final action priority dates. This is extremely important because you can file your adjustment of status application and obtain your work authorization between 1-4 years earlier than you otherwise would be able to. In […]