Immigration lawyers are as unsure and uneasy as our clients about what the new Trump Administration has in store. AILA (the American Immigration Lawyers Association – of which immigration attorney Lynn Olinger has been a member for 15 years), released this YouTube video last month. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we learn more.
If you are faced with the possibility that you will be removed (deported) from the United States, hiring Olinger Law, Dallas – Fort Worth immigration attorney, will benefit you greatly whether you must go to immigration court or not. EXPERTISE Attorney Lynn Olinger has over 20 years of federal trial and federal appeals court experience,… Read More »
It is frightening and confusing to have USCIS or an immigration judge deny your application for an immigration benefit. If you have already gone through immigration court proceedings and lost your case you may be facing deportation. There may still be the ability to fix your case and challenge the decision. What does it mean to file… Read More »
Immigration extreme hardship waivers for non-citizens can be very tricky. The government’s decisions vary. On October 7th USCIS drafted guidance on the I-601 Extreme Hardship Waiver. The American Immigration Lawyer’s Association has a video about this. What does this mean for people seeking the immigration extreme hardship waiver? USCIS likely may not have a final memo… Read More »
Pope Francis praised a Texas nun who helps immigrants. Sister Norma Pimentel runs an immigrant welcome center near the Mexico border, in McAllen, Texas. Her group provides immigrant families with showers, clothes, and medical and counseling services. Read the story as reported by The Texas Standard.