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Marriage, Green Cards, and Divorce: An Overview

Unfortunately, not every marriage works out in the end. If you and your spouse are having trouble, you are certainly not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that approximately 790,000 married couples get divorced each year. Although ending a marriage is never easy, the divorce process can be especially stressful for... READ MORE

HOW he got His Wife’s Delayed VISA APPROVED!

HER Visa was stuck at the Consulate for more than 4 years! Hey! It’s Josh here.  I’ll be honest… Writing this email has been one of the most exciting things I’ve done in a while. And the reason is…I simply couldn’t wait to share with you this extraordinary VISA-Delay turned into a Success story! Meet Tagelsir:  An... READ MORE

There is a lot of relief…

Petitioner name: Abdalla Dafalla Beneficiary name: Amna “There is a lot of relief… It feels like you have been bullied for a long time and someone finally stood up for you.” Abdalla had applied for his wife to come to the US in 2018, all was well with the application and it got approved! There... READ MORE

Immigrant Rights Advocates are Worried About Another Round of ICE Raids Targeting California

According to a report in The Fresno Bee, immigrant rights organizations are sounding the alarm that another round of ICE raids may be coming in the next several weeks or months. There are signs that the federal immigration enforcement agency is preparing targeted raids against ‘sanctuary’ states. Here, our Los Angeles deportation and removal lawyer... READ MORE

My well kept visa delay secrets…

Want to learn the visa delay secrets I have never shared before? I have never shared these with anyone and I want you to be the FIRST ONE! If that sounds like you I am hosting a no-cost presentation at no cost to show you my secrets for getting your visa approved fast if it’s... READ MORE

New California Law Grants Detainees Enhanced Right to Sue For-Profit Prisons for Abuse

California Assembly Bill 3228: An Overview According to a report from the Los Angeles Times, California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed Assembly Bill 3228—a state law that grants immigrant detainees enhanced legal rights to sue for-profit prisons for abuse and neglect. It is a critically important piece of legislation that could bring greater justice and... READ MORE

California Expands EITC, YCTC Access to All Immigrants: What You Need to Know

According to a report from CBS San Francisco, California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed a bill extending CalEITC and YCTC access to all state residents—including undocumented immigrants. Beyond creating a more just and fair tax system, it is an important step to provide much needed economic relief to undocumented workers who have been disproportionately affected... READ MORE