Don't wait to file your immigration paperwork! Trump endorses RAISE Act! Trump's new immigration law. Trump endorses the RAISE Act! Don’t wait to file immigration paperwork. On August 2, 2017, the Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy Act (RAISE) was...read more
What is an Immigration Sanctuary City? The Truth About Immigration Sanctuary Cities Revealed! With so much conflicting information, finally the truth about sanctuary cities is revealed. In general, with immigration enforcement in the news daily, you may have heard...read more
Yes! You Must Carry Proof of Your Permanent Resident Status (Green Card) With You At All Times! The answer to the question, "Do I need to carry my Green Card?" is quite clear. You must carry proof of your permanent resident status (green card) with you at all times!...read more
By Michelle N. Shupe-Abbas, Esq. Estate planning is more than who gets your assets when you are gone. Estate planning is the process of making a plan for health care wishes and final distribution of assets once a person dies. Many people fail to plan their estate for...read more
We have just learned that a new immigration executive order is imminent and will be signed as early as the week of February 20, 2017. Since President Trump took office January 2017, there has been quite a bit of talk in the news about immigration. Many immigrants in...read more
Are You Worried About Immigration and Your Future in the United States? Become a United States Citizen and Stop Worrying Today!
These days you can’t turn on the television without hearing about immigration. The news contains information about a border wall, executive orders restricting travel for immigrants from certain countries, and the customary discussions about immigration reform. You...read more
People Encouraged to Apply for Permanent Residence (Green Cards) and Naturalization to ensure Protection From President Trumps Travel Ban
On January 27, 2017, Donald J. Trump, the 45th president of the United States made good on his campaign promise and signed a travel ban executive order into law titled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States.” Unfortunately, for the...read more
Are You an Immigrant Who is Already a United States Citizen But Don’t Know? The Concepts of Automatic and Derivative Citizenship May Apply to You!
There are certain people in the United States and living in other parts of the world who may be United States Citizens, and do not even realize it. I know this concept may seem puzzling but through automatic and derivative citizenship you may already be a United...read more
Cubans Now Subject to Deportation and Cuban Americans Could Have Passports Seized and Children Drafted into the Armed Forces!
As relations between the United States and Cuba return to normal, the wet-foot/dry-foot immigration policy has come to an end. With that, Cuban preferential immigration treatment has come to an end as well. Any Cuban immigrants reaching dry land in the United States...read more
In a surprising move by the White House, President Obama put an end to the “wet-foot/dry-foot” immigration policy utilized by Cuban Nationals for the last 20 years. Effective immediately, Cuban immigrants who illegally enter the United States will be subject to...read more
Undocumented Immigrants May Have a Way to Pay In-State Tuition by Applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
A recent Georgia case allowing immigrants to pay in-state tuition was decided January 3, 2017. This recent case may provide incentive for many undocumented immigrants to obtain lawful status and qualify for in-state tuition. If you would like to see if you also...read more
Mexican Citizens Living in the United States Urged to Apply for United States Citizenship with upcoming Trump Presidency
With the election behind us, Donald Trump has been chosen by the American people as the 45th United States President. Donald Trump’s inauguration is set for January 20, 2017. New policies will come with the Trump administration that are focused on following through...read more