Legal Advice for Illegal Immigrant — 179 results
Written by attorney Scott Helsper, 8 months ago.
DACA (officially “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”) went into effect one year ago on August 15, 2012 (Happy Anniversary, DACA!). As of August 31 this year over one half million (588,... more
Written by attorney Aneliya Angelova, 9 months ago.
This guide provides basic information and the eligibility requirements for a DACA application. This guide is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.
Written by attorney Anne Kennedy, 10 months ago.
An alien in removal proceedings is sometimes taken into physical custody of ICE. This guide discusses how to get a bond and when an alien can be released on bond.
Written by attorney Carl Shusterman, 11 months ago.
Illegal crossings along the U.S.-Mexican border have diminished greatly. The Administrations DACA policy has saved hundreds of thousands of young people from possible deportation. The GOP... more
Written by attorney Yvette Sebelist, about 1 year ago.
On June 15th, President Obama announced he was ordering the Department of Homeland Security to not deport as many as a million young illegally present immigrants and allow them to apply for... more
Written by attorney Ryan Gibson, about 1 year ago.
What is Defered Action?
Deferred action is a discretionary decision by DHS not to purdue enforcement against a person for a specified period. Though an individual granted deferred action is... more
Written by attorney Joshoa Sutton, about 1 year ago.
As an immigration attorney, Ive met many young people who were brought to the United States when they were children and now that they have become young adults, they realize that something... more
Written by attorney Joseph Rollin, about 2 years ago.
Announcement: June 15, 2012
The USCIS issued a new policy memorandum today that will allow undocumented ("illegal") youth to remain the United States, for at least two years, with work... more
Written by attorney Luis Guerra, over 2 years ago.
Under American immigration law, a U.S. citizen or a legal resident can file an immigration petition for a husband or wife to become a legal resident (to get a green card). Stated the other... more
Written by attorney Majid Vasigh, over 1 year ago.
You may request consideration of deferred action for
childhood arrivals if you:
1. Were under the age of 31 as of June 15, 2012;
2. Came to the United States before reaching your