Month: September 2022

September 14, 2022

Child Status Protection Act In Family Petitions or Asylum

On August 6, 2002 the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) became effective. CSPA was necessary because many children were ‘aging out’ of their categories due to long delays at USCIS (Immigration) which was no fault of their own. In order to protect children who were aging out due to immigration (USCIS delays), the CSPA was […]


September 6, 2022

Common Questions & Answers for Legal Permanent Residents

There seems to be a lot of misinformation when it comes to the rights and responsibilities of Legal Permanent Residents. Although you can breathe a little easier after obtaining your green card, there are still a number of things you must do to stay in good standing. Here we will go over commonly asked questions […]