Immigrants who are new to American culture may be unsure about how to adapt, but there are some ways to make integration easier as they settle in as residents or naturalized citizens. Certain customs and language barriers are potentially stressful challenges, but there are some steps that... read more
What Are DAPA and DACA?
DACA is an immigration program available to certain types of immigrants. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a program that helps temporarily protect children who came to the U.S. without legal status from deportation. What Is DACA? The Deferred Action for Childhood... read more
How Can I Adjust from Work-Based Immigration to Family-Based Immigration?
If you have a qualifying family member with permanent residence or U.S. citizenship, you may be able to adjust from work-based immigration to family-based immigration. Knowing the processes involved and how they work may help you change your status without issue, and possibly avoid the... read more
What to Ask an Immigration Lawyer
Understanding what to ask an immigration lawyer can help you get prepared for your consultation. Asking the right questions will enable you to determine whether the lawyer is the right fit for you based on experience, dependability, and personality. Questions about experience handling similar... read more
Can a Deported Person Come Back Legally by Marrying a Citizen?
Potential clients who are considering tying the knot often ask our family immigration attorneys, “Can a deported person come back legally by marrying a citizen of the United States?” There are different types of immigration statuses, and individuals can obtain citizenship through... read more