Free Immigration Information and Resources for Couples
Are you married or engaged to an immigrant? Congratulations! We know lots of wonderful mixed-nationality couples and are happy to have you join the community.
We've created this resources page for those of you who are just starting to look into the available U.S. Immigration options for your foreign born fiance or spouse. Many clients tell us that they started their immigration journey by searching online to educate themselves on the basics. This is a great idea (as long as the information you are reading is accurate!) That's why we're in the process of putting together more in-depth free resources that you can rely on. All educational material available on our site has been developed by a licensed attorney.
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We’ve developed a free video course in SPANISH that makes it super easy for community leaders to teach immigrants about their rights. The course includes handout materials and instructions for the organizers. You can get access here. Participants also have the option of requesting a free case review by one of our attorneys. Conozca Sus Derechos: […]Read More
Clare aparece en Telemundo con Luis Navarro para hablar sobre la nueva regla en el Programa de Perdón Provisional. Clare appears on Telemundo with Luis Navarro to discuss the expansion of the Provisional Waiver Program.Read More
Most married couples live together. That is why USCIS likes to see evidence that a couple lives together when they are applying for a I-130 Petition for Alien Relative based on the marriage. Evidence that your relationship is real (and not just a trick to get papers) is often called “bona fide evidence.” There are […]Read More
Today we received exciting news! The provisional waiver program will soon include more immigrants. In 2013, the Department of Homeland Security created the provisional waiver program, which improves the waiver application process for some mixed-nationality couples. The process is simpler, and families are separated for less time. These days, most immigrant spouses go abroad for a couple of weeks finalize their cases. In […]Read More
Clare Corado on Telemundo
We are working to create additional resources that you can use when researching and learning about the immigration process. As we publish new material, we will post it here.