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REPLAY – Answering all your immigration questions!

Hey! It’s Josh here again. The start of 2021 has been nothing short of HISTORIC. This means… There’s a LOT to talk about regarding immigration! Here’s something to remember: When it comes to immigration, getting the answer to not only our questions… But also listening to the experiences of other people in a similar situation …

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Immigration Law: A Guide to Spousal Visa Interviews

Each year, thousands of people become lawful permanent residents—and, eventually, U.S. citizens—through a spousal visa. A report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) found that the federal government issued approximately 2.3 million marriage-based green cards during a ten-year period. Although marriage is a common path to a green card, that does not mean it …

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BREAKING (and not so great) immigration news from Trump!

Hey! It’s Josh here again. Happy New Year. I hope you and your family are safe and every day closer to your immigration goal! Sadly, today I have not so great news to share with you… Trump Has Extended His Previous Proclamation Into March Of This Year. Of course, this is disappointing news… But what …

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Federal Judge Blocks Trump Administration’s Last Minute Asylum Restrictions

According to a report from Bloomberg, President Trump’s last minute attempt to restrict the asylum laws of the United States has been blocked by a federal judge. Known by some immigrant rights groups as the ‘death to asylum’, the new rule was set to go into effect on Monday, January 11th. Without the federal court …

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Biden Administration, Mexican Government, and Others Left to Deal With President Trump’s Mess at the Southern Border

Officially referred to as the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), the Trump Administration’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy has created a tremendous amount of hardship for vulnerable asylum seekers. With only a couple of weeks left in the administration, President-Elect Biden—and the Mexican government—are currently trying to figure out how to clean up the mess at the …

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Report: Amidst Uncertain Future, California Students are Applying for DACA

According to a report from the LAist, many California students are rushing to apply for DACA for the first time in over three years. The spree of applications comes as many vulnerable people are worried that the DACA door could suddenly be slammed shut again at any moment. Below, our Los Angeles DACA attorney discusses …

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Mission accomplished – I want to share this with you!

Hey! It’s Josh here again. “A real-life struggle…” I’m used to describing my client’s struggles this way, as the obstacles & situations they have to overcome are almost always…BEYOND BELIEF! However…Today I want to share a real-life struggle I faced in 2020. Why? Well, simply put, I completely FAILED 3 times before FINALLY accomplishing a …

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Report: Public Health Experts Worry Immigration Fears May Prevent Undocumented People from Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

In recent weeks, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved two COVID-19 vaccines—one from Pfizer and one from Moderna. On December 14th, the first shipment of the vaccine arrived in Southern California. It is a desperately needed glimmer of hope on the horizon, as Los Angeles County recently set another new high for COVID-19 hospitalizations. …

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