Free Reports to read BEFORE you decide to file an Immigration case or to hire an Immigration Attorney.
These reports will save you time and money.
Read These Reports to Learn:
How you can always represent yourself in an Immigration Case
That not all Immigration Attorneys are the same
The questions you should always ask your Immigration Attorney before you hire him
How Immigration cases can be needlessly delayed or denied and what you can do to avoid that fate.
How not to rely on advice given by friends, family, and surprisingly Immigration information officers
How every document you file with USCIS can affect you and your family for years.
Little known secrets of fiancé visa interviews and green card interviews from an attorney with 20 years of experience
Fox News ran an interesting article from the Associated Press called Young Immigrants May Find College Elusive.
This is a very interesting article about young undocumented immigrants and their dreams of going to college in the United States. The article highlights a young undocumented woman who was brought up in the United States since she was a child. She would like to go to college in order to become a medical doctor. However, as she is undocumented she faces financial and other challenges.
She must choose between staying and beginning her studies at a community college or returning to Mexico to pursue her dreams of becoming a doctor.
She, like many bright students in California, gets accepted to the University of California schools. However, even though according to the article she would be allowed to pay in state tuition costs, UC is still too expensive for her. (The last time I checked UC’s tuition it was about $15,000 per year not including books or living expenses).
The article goes on to profile others who have grown up in the United States but now must make similar decisions about college and their futures.
This article is a must read for anyone who is undocumented and living in the United States but has hopes to attend college in the United States. I recommend reading this article but then at least consulting with an experienced immigration attorney prior to having your child or loved one apply for admission to college. If your hope is for you or your loved one to leave the country in order to go to college you must be aware that, depending on their situation, he or she may not be able to return to the United States for 10 years (thus, again, make sure you speak to an immigration attorney prior to pursuing your college plans). You or your undocumented loved one may be eligible for deferred action or other new government programs.
If you are here illegally there are new Immigration programs, including deferred action and the provisional 601 waiver, which could allow you to stay in the United States legally. Please contact our office to get FREE information about the process.
You may also email us your questions. Attorney Gruner would be happy to review your situation and all of your options. He can help you come up with a plan for your Immigration case. His office handles green card cases (both family based green cards and business based green cards) please see our post: “How to get a green card” K1 fiance visa cases, E1-E2 investor cases, H1b cases (please read our post: “How to get an H-1B visa”)and marriage visa cases
We handle cases throughout the state of California and the World. California cities include: Sacramento, Stockton, San Diego, San Jose, Oakland, San Francisco, Daly City, Fremont, Hayward, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, San Rafael, Santa Rosa, Richmond, Fairfield, Grass Valley, Nevada City,Vallejo, Berkeley, Concord, Walnut Creek, Orinda, South San Francisco, San Bruno,Daly City, Pacifica, Half Moon Bay, Millbrae, Brisbane, Burlingame, Hillsborough, Colfax, Foster City, Belmont, San Carlos, Redwood City, Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Mt. View, Sunnyvale, Campbell, Cupertino, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Yuba City, Santa Cruz, Modesto, Fresno, San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay, Coronado, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Roseville, Rocklin, Auburn, Dixon, Davis.
We also have clients in Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland, Reno, Denver, Dallas, Boston, Philadelphia, Kansas City, St. Louis, Pheonix, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Miami , San Antonio and Chicago.
Laws can and do change and additional laws may apply in your case. Contrary to what your friends tell you every immigration case is different. Just because your friend’s case was successful does not mean necessarily that your case will be successful. Small differences in cases can alter results.
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