What is an Adjustment of Status Interview?

If you are an immigrant living in the Los Angeles region, or anywhere else within the United States, you may be required to submit to an adjustment of status interview. Specifically, this would occur when you are seeking a green card through the adjustment of your status. You will not actually need to live in... READ MORE

How the Visa Bulletin Works

As an immigration lawyer in Los Angeles, I know that the Visa Bulletin is a source of much confusion. Here I’m going to explain the basics of how the Visa Bulletin functions in the hopes that it will give you greater insights into how your immigration case will be processed. What is the Visa Bulletin?... READ MORE

Hillary Clinton’s Views on Immigration

On July 28th, 2016, Hillary Clinton was officially nominated as the presidential candidate for the Democratic party. After a long primary campaign, in which she defeated Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, Clinton emerged victorious at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia. If Hillary Clinton becomes the next president, her policies could have a major impact on immigrants... READ MORE

Donald Trump’s Views on Immigration

On July 21st, 2016, Donald Trump officially became the presidential nominee of the Republican party. After defeating rivals that included Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Ohio Governor John Kasich and Florida Senator Marco Rubio, Trump was nominated at the GOP convention in Cleveland. Trump has made headlines on many different issues throughout this campaign, including on... READ MORE

Immigration Vetting Explained

In the most simple terms, vetting is the process of performing a background check. However, when it comes to immigration, the vetting process is never that simple. There are many different factors involved that can easily turn the immigration vetting process into a frustrating hassle. If you are going through the vetting process, particularly if... READ MORE

Central American Minors Program

According to recent reporting from the Los Angeles Times, the United States government is set to expand the refugee program for Central American minors. This expansion is welcomed news for many families who are currently in desperate need of assistance. The Central American Minors (CAM) Program provides immigration opportunities for children, and spouses, of documented... READ MORE