Discover the main immigration options available for Ukrainian nationals in the USA, including Temporary Protected Status (TPS), re-parole, and family petitions. Learn how to legally extend your stay in the USA and what steps to take for a successful application process. Stay informed with the latest immigration policies and procedures for Ukrainian nationals in the America.
Immigration Options for Ukrainian Nationals in the USA: TPS, Re-Parole, and Family Petitions
DHS Launches CBP One App to Streamline Immigration Processes
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection made it easier than ever to fill out & submit all the necessary documents – as you can download a virtual office app on your phone, available in both the Android and iOS App Store for free! The CBP One app made an impressive debut in 2020 and has […]
How can I file a USCIS immigration case? I’m afraid it will be rejected!
Are you afraid your imigration application will be denied by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services? Have no fear. Here are strategies to avoid disapproval. We can also help to file your application. The most common reasons for rejection from the USCIS Lockbox are To always have confidence that your USCIS case will reach […]
ASYLUM IN USA – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Discover the rights and benefits of asylum for individuals fleeing persecution. Learn how asylum can provide protection from returning to their home country, the authorization to work in the United States, and the ability to apply for a Social Security card.
Biden creates a new Parole program for migrants to discourage people coming to the US borders and offers legal path for 30,000 migrants per month
✅President Biden said January 5, 2023 that the U.S. would immediately begin turning away Cubans, Haitians and Nicaraguans who cross the border from Mexico illegally. This is a big change in the US border policy and should reduce migrants coming to the US borders by the thousands. The new rules expand on an existing effort […]
How the US is Taking Action to Stop Illegal Immigration from Mexico
Stay informed about the latest developments in President Biden’s immigration policies, particularly those related to the Mexican border. Find reliable sources for updates on January 6, 2022, and beyond. Keep track of the latest news on Biden’s immigration policies, including updates on border control, changes to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and the January 6, 2022 immigration deadline. Obtain the necessary information to gain a better understanding of US immigration laws and regulations.
US Immigration: Predictions for 2023: Attorney Predictions for the New Year
What will happen next year with immigration? Find out what the top immigration attorneys have to say. In this article, learn about the predictions for US immigration in 2023. Attorney Marina Shepelsky shares her predictions on what to expect in the new year. Many things can happen in the next twelve months, but here are US immigration predictions for 2023 by an Award-Winning Immigration Attorney.
USCIS is proposing increasing most immigration filing fees
USCIS made a historical proposal for most USCIS fees to increase to cover their budget gap.
The number of immigrants becoming US citizens this year was the highest in the last ten years, coming back strong after the COVID-19 pandemic drop.
The number of immigrants who became US citizens this year hit a 10-year high, likely due to the current political climate. The process of becoming a citizen takes a number of steps, and can be difficult. With decades of experience in immigration law, we know the ins and outs of the system inside and out. We will take care of every detail to help make your dream a reality. If you are considering a US immigration attorney to help with your application or petition, contact the Law Offices of Marina Shepelsky.
Tech Layoffs Leave Foreign Workers on H-1B Visas Scrambling for New Jobs: How Immigration Law Firms Can Help
Tech layoffs are causing a desperate scramble for foreign workers on H-1B visas to find new jobs within 60 days before being forced to leave the U.S. Learn about the challenges facing H-1B workers and how Shepelsky Law can help with immigration law solutions to secure their future in the U.S.