Cómo Prepararse AHORA para la Próxima Solicitud de Alivio Bajo el Nuevo Programa de Inmigración de Biden

Por: Richard T. Herman, Esq. La administración del presidente Biden ha anunciado una nueva política de inmigración para proteger a los cónyuges y niños indocumentados de ciudadanos estadounidenses, abordando el sistema de inmigración roto y proporcionando visas de trabajo para los titulares de DACA con títulos universitarios. Esta guía le llevará a través de lo [...]

Biden Consider New Immigration Rule to Protect Undocumented Spouses of U.S. Citizens

President Joe Biden is weighing potential executive actions to expand parole in place, which could provide temporary legal status to undocumented immigrants married to U.S. citizens. This potential parole in place rule aims to offer temporary status to many long-term U.S. residents, allowing them to gain deportation protection, work permits, and potentially a path to [...]

Father of US Armed Forces Member Granted Stay of Removal in Appellate Court

Our client retained Attorney Frank Krajenke of Herman Legal Group because he was facing removal proceedings. A native and citizen of Mexico, our client and entered the US in the 1990s. He is also a father of five, with the two elder children enrolled as US Armed Forces members, one of which is stationed overseas in Japan.

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“Parole-in-Place” Immigration Option for Family of Military

The USCIS first established the Parole-in-Place (“PIP”) policy in 2007 which avails immigrant family members of military personnel to obtain authorized stay or work authorization in the US. This policy helps those serving in the US military by protecting their US-residing family members from deportation matters and may further enable persons for Adjustment of Status.

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