45,000 to become U.S. Citizens in recognition of Constitution and Citizenship Day

Happy U.S. Constitution and Citizenship Day! The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is celebrating Constitution day by hosting over 260 naturalization ceremonies around the nation from Sep. 14 to Sep. 23, welcoming approximately 45,000 lawful permanent residents as new official U.S. citizens. According to USCIS, there has been …

U.S. Immigration Opens More Opportunities for New Zealand Businesspeople and Investors

On Aug. 1, 2018, President Donald Trump signed the bipartisan bill S. 2245, “Knowledgeable Innovators and Worth Investors Act” (KIWI Act), into law, allowing New Zealand nationals to enter the U.S. under the E-1 Treaty Trader and E-2 Treaty Investor visas. This is a big step in business relations between …

Your Resource for Quick 8-Minute Immigration Overviews

U.S. immigration is currently going through one of the most difficult times in recent U.S. history, featuring new zero-tolerance policies and extreme vetting. Thankfully, resources like the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), a national non-profit association consisting of immigration attorneys and law professors, can help you keep up with hot …

A Letter from Lisa

Today I am posting these reviews from one family we worked with this year.  Their reviews capture our mission; to provide hope (and help) to immigrants and immigrant families in these challenging times. I am very grateful I was able to work with this family. I have worked in the immigration field …

H-1B Denials on the Rise Under the Trump Administration

It’s no secret that the Trump administration has taken a firm stance on immigration; President Trump’s campaign rhetoric about building a wall along the Mexican/American border continues to be controversial, and his zero-tolerance approach to immigration policies have resulted in tragic events like families being separated at the border. However, …