U. S. Immigration law is complex and requires guidance in order to avoid pitfalls at every step of the process. Below are some resources that can be helpful in understanding Immigration law.
March 2017 - Susan is speaking at an immigration information session on March 7, 2017 at 7PM.
Spouses of U.S. Citizens may apply for waiver of unlawful presence while in the U.S.
Starting March 4, 2013, certain relatives of American citizens who are in the country without legal status who need a waiver of unlawful presence before being eligible for a green card can get a decision on their case before leaving the United States. For more information, see:
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services -- information about Immigration benefits, download forms and access information about ongoing cases.
U.S. Department of State -- information about Visas, passports, locating an Embassy or Consulate, download forms.
U.S. Department of Justice: Executive Office for Immigration Review -- information about cases filed before the Immigration Courts and Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), download forms and access BIA decisions.
U.S. Consulate -- Ciudad Juarez, Mexico -- Consulate in Mexico that processes immigrant visa petitions.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement -- information about enforcement and detention of immigration violators.
American Immigration Lawyers Association -- national association of attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law. Find immigration attorneys in your area and information about immigration law.
Catholic Legal Immigration Network -- information about immigration law and legal services to low-income immigrants.
Immigrant Legal Resource Center -- education and resources.
American Immigration Council -- education and resources.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation -- Priority Date Calculator on their site allows you to check whether a priority date is current.
Immigration News / Advocacy: