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June 4, 2019

We have some good new on the DACA case in the U.S. Supreme Court! The Trump Administration had requested that the Supreme Court make a special exception to decide the case earlier than other cases. However, yesterday, the Supreme Court turned them down. While this DOES...

USCIS officers have a tough job – they must decide whether someone is in a real marriage just by looking at some documents and then talking to the couple for about 20 minutes. Many of them have developed a super sharp intuitive ability to spot fake relationships. At th...

Welcome back to our article series on what not to include in your application as evidence of your relationship. As mentioned previously, it is easy to submit things with your best intentions that you think will prove your relationship and accidentally cause yourself a...

It seems logical enough that if you were engaged to marry someone and that they are from a foreign country, that a fiancé visa would be what they need. And many times, it is what they need. However, there are some circumstances in which it doesn’t make sense to try to...

If you're engaged and starting to look ahead to the fiance visa process, you're probably wondering what the visa journey will look like. There are three different main phases of paperwork to be completed when applying for a K1 fiance visa. Read on for all of the highli...

So you met someone you want to marry. Congratulations! That’s the hard part. Well, that’s part of the hard part. If your fiance is not a US citizen, the other hard part is getting through the immigration process so that you can live together in the United States perman...

There are several factors that Immigration looks at when deciding if a couple is really married -- what is referred to as a bona fide relationship -- or if it is just a scam or a friend helping a friend. One of the main indicators of a real relationship is that the cou...

Let’s face it: it’s kind of weird to have to prove on paper that you have a real marriage. We all see collection of evidence on crime drama TV shows, and it almost feels like you’re doing the same for your marriage, which is weird. And maybe that is fundamentally weird...

May 10, 2019

Nos da muchísimo gusto anunciar que hoy en la mañana el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional de los EE UU anunció que continuará el estatus de TPS para los hondureños hasta una decisión final en el caso de corte Ramos v. Nielson. Ojalá los inmigrantes ganaran el caso y n...

May 10, 2019

We are happy to report that this morning the Department of Homeland Security announced that TPS for Hondurans will continue until certain federal court cases are resolved. That means that all Hondurans will be able to continue on TPS status at least until the case Ramo...

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