Immigration Blog


July 27, 2023

How To Request a Police Certificate in Mexico

When planning to immigrate to another country, it is often necessary to provide a police certificate (background check) as part of the application process. A police certificate, also known as a criminal record check or a clearance certificate, is an official document issued by the applicable law enforcement agency that certifies an individual’s criminal history […]


July 18, 2023


What is TPS? TPS is a temporary protected status that allows certain immigrants to live and work in the U.S. This isn’t permanent nor is it a lawful status. However, if granted, you cannot be detained by DHS due to your immigration status in the U.S.; and with the work authorization, you are allowed to […]


July 10, 2023

Work Authorization for U-Visa Applicants

If you have had a pending U-Visa application for 5 years or more, you may be eligible to receive a work authorization card! Form I-918, also known as a U-Visa, is submitted to USCIS to request immigration benefits if you were a victim of a qualifying crime. Although we hope these cases get processed a […]


July 2, 2023

How to request a second interview after a waiver has been approved post interview

An applicant has been placed in administrative processing due to the request of an I-601, based on the circumstances that the officer found necessary during the original interview. When this happens, the applicant will need to await their time in Ciudad Juarez while USCIS gives a response on their I-601 application. The consulate is aware […]


June 26, 2023

I-918 Supplement B, U Nonimmigrant Status Certification

What is an I-918 Supplement B? Form I-918 Supplement B, also known as U-Certification, is sent to a certifying agency or official who are or have handled the case you were a victim of. They have the authority to sign the I-918 Supplement B form that confirms that you were a victim of a qualified […]


June 15, 2023

Reschedule Missed Interview Appointment in Ciudad Juarez

It is always recommended that you attend the original interview to reduce delays but it’s not always possible due to various circumstances. If you are unable to attend, there are steps that you should take to reschedule the interview as soon as you are ready. You may have a reason to get your interview rescheduled […]


June 6, 2023

Advance Parole for DACA Recipients Form i-131

Advance parole could allow a DACA Recipient to travel to their home country and return to the U.S. lawfully if eligible. There’re many factors that need to be taken into consideration on a case by case basis. For instance, there is a higher risk to leave the U.S. with a criminal record. Qualifications? You must […]


April 12, 2023

Labor Dispute Issues and Deferred Action

Employees who are involved in Labor disputes in their workplace can request temporary protection from deportation and apply for work permits with the new Deferred Action program from the Department of Homeland Security. The program does not lead to lawful permanent status at this time. However, it allows temporary permission to be in the United […]


April 7, 2023

I-601A (STATESIDE WAIVER) DELAYS And Why Litigating Your Case Should Be Considered

The I-601A, Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence (STATESIDE WAIVER) Waiver is often an important, if not, the most important application needed for certain immigrants seeking lawful permanent residence. This discretionary application is used to waive the unlawful presence and stay in the United States for certain immigrants and its adjudication is imperative. The waiver is […]


January 6, 2023

Advanced Authorization to Travel for Venezuelans, Cubans, Nicaraguans and Haitians or Ukraine

The political and humanitarian crises in Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Ukraine have left millions displaced. The countries’ hyperinflation, lack of medicine, and employment have made for a low quality of life. The United States has vowed to help create a lawful pathway for Venezuelans, Cubans, Nicaraguans, Haitians, and Ukrainians to enter the USA. The […]