U visas are crucial immigration permits for many reasons. First, they help cut down on crime since they aid law enforcement agencies with resolving unfinished cases. Second and most important, they offer protected immigration status for the survivors and victims of qualifying criminal activity. Applying for one of these permits can be complicated, regardless of where you are from and
With a change of administration comes a ripple effect of policy changes. When the Biden Administration took office on January 20th, 2021, some notable first actions included the proposal of the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021. This bill, which has been sent to Congress for approval, proposes a number of changes are aimed at reversing the Trump administration’s strict immigration
At Solano Law Firm, LLC, we are committed to our service members and military families. For this reason, Zaira Solano is a member the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Military Assistance Program. This innovative program connects active duty military personnel and their families with immigration issues that may arise during their service. To learn more about the AILA Military Assistance Program, keep reading. What Is the AILA Military Assistance Program?
[Derechos del cónyuge, hijos y padres maltratados – Parte 2 – Una versión en español está disponible al final de esta página web] Can Battered Spouses, Children and Parents Get a Green Card? Yes! Immigrants have a right to live free from abuse and have special immigration benefits. As an abused spouse, child, or parent, of a U.S. citizen or
If you are a battered or abused spouse, child, or parent of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you may self-petition for an immigrant visa petition without the abuser’s knowledge. This allows victims to seek both safety and independence from their abuser, who is not notified about the filing. If you have an approved petition, you are also eligible to
Helping workers who are financially struggling is the goal of unemployment insurance and the state of Georgia has tools to help during this public health and economic crisis. Georgia is home to over 20,000 active Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) beneficiaries. Since the program began in 2012, DACA individuals have had the opportunity to work lawfully in the U.S.
On March 27, 2020 the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law. This is a $2 trillion-dollar economic recovery package that offers relief to individuals, and small and large businesses affected by the COVID-19 virus. The CARES Act provides for one-time Economic Impact Payment to help people who are struggling with the financial impact of the
I trust that you and your families are staying safe as we adapt to an ever-changing environment caused by the COVID-19 crisis. I’m sure you’re receiving many e-mails, texts, and information about COVID-19. It’s very important to our firm that we keep the immigrant community up to date on a weekly basis on how COVID-19 may affect your immigration case.
We Are Here For You – Corona Virus Update We help immigrants build a better future and that includes ways to keep the immigrant community safe and informed during the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. All our offices are open for business and we are hard at work on your cases, as usual. I want to assure you that the Solano Law
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