We are ready to help you with issues pertaining to visas and family immigration. We have the resources to assist employers, individuals and families obtain visitor visas, family visas, student visas, work visas, citizenship and naturalization. You need legal counsel to guide you through the ever changing, lengthy and complex laws pertaining to U.S. Immigration.

The Biden Immigration Bill.

Our new president submitted a bill to congress that proposes sweeping reforms to our current immigration system.  If passed, it will be good news to a great many immigrants including those that are in the United States undocumented.

Some of the key points are as follows. 

– IF you have been living in the United States unlawfully since January 1, 2021you will be able to apply for temporary status and get a green card after five years.  You will need to pass background checks and pay your taxes, and then you can apply for citizenship three years later.

– Those that have DACA right now would be able to apply for a green card immediately.  After three years they will be eligible for citizenship.

-Biden’s plan would even allow some people that were deported during Trump’s presidency to return to the United States.

-It will further get rid of multi-year bans that some immigrants face for being in the United States unlawfully and then departing.

This bill attempts to do even more than I have explained.  Keep in mind that it is not law yet. If you have any questions, give us a call.


On June 15, 2012 – The Secretary of Homeland Security announced that certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several key guidelines may request consideration of deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal, and, as a result, may be eligible for work authorization. Visit our Deferred Action page or call to learn more about whether you or someone you know may qualify for deferred action


Nov 20, 2014 – President Obama Outlines His Plan. President Obama finally spoke to us today regarding his plan to alleviate the worries of millions of undocumented immigrants. He outlined his plan in general terms. He told us that if: 1. You have been in the United States for more than 5 years; 2. You have a United States citizen or lawful permanent resident child