¿Usted entró sin permiso o sin una visa a los EE.UU. y quiere saber si puede arreglar su estatus inmigratorio? En este video, hablamos de un camino a la residencia permanente (una tarjeta verde) para personas que entraron ilegalmente conocido como una “Exención o Perdón Provisional.”
A decision by Attorney General Jeff Sessions could lead to the deportation of up to 350,000 more people. It’s part of the Administration’s continuing efforts to remove as many immigrants from the country, using any means available. How will this decision affect you? Martin Lester of Lester Law explains the Castro-Tum decision and what we should expect in the future.
The “migrant caravan” is encamped outside the San Ysidro border crossing, and its members are in the process of requesting asylum in the U.S. What is “asylum,” and who qualifies? Martin Lester provides a basic introduction to a complex and emotional topic.
A Federal court decision this week reinstated the DACA program, but the decision is on hold for 90 days. What has changed, and why? Martin Lester of Lester Law breaks down Judge Bates’ decision in NAACP v. Trump.
The Trump Administration has sued California over state laws that limit ICE enforcement. Who controls immigration law in the United States — the Federal government or the individual states? And how is the sanctuary movement’s struggle like the plot of Star Wars? Martin Lester breaks it all down for you.
The Senate’s complete failure to pass any immigration reform this week leaves DACA on life support. Fortunately, a second Federal judge has issued an order keeping it alive at present. Judges are the “first responders of the Constitution.” But what happens when the hospital is closed?