Immigration Law

How to apply for a USCIS Application for Fiance Visa

By | May 10th, 2016|Family Law, Immigration Law, Licenses/ Permits|

https://youtu.be/GuS8dQ0Cm04 Attorney Crystal Cortez with the Cansino Blanchette Law Firm, discusses the process for obtaining a Fiance Visa. This video provides information for U.S. citizens wishing to bring a foreign national fiancé living abroad to the United States to marry. Crystal is an attorney in Northwest Georgia with offices located in Cartersville, Ga and Kennesaw, Ga. She specializes in immigration. If you have further questions regarding fiancé visas, or any other type of immigration issue, please feel free to schedule your consultation. We have offices conveniently located in Bartow and Cobb County. Call us at (404) 997-8470.

El Anuncio de inmigracion del Presidente Obama

By | February 10th, 2015|Advice, Blogs, Immigration Law, News|

 El Anuncio de Inmigración del Presidente Obama  El 20 de noviembre del 2014, el Presidente Obama anunció acciones ejecutivas para solucionar algunos de los problemas de nuestro sistema de inmigración, incluyendo una extensión del programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA, por sus siglas en inglés) y la creación del programa de Acción Diferida para Responsabilidad de los Padres (DAPA, por sus siglas en inglés). ¿Qué es la acción diferida? Con la acción diferida, el gobierno no va a poner en procedimientos de deportación a las personas que cumplan con ciertos requisitos. Esto es como si [...]

DAPA: What you Need to Know

By | January 28th, 2015|Blogs, Immigration Law, News|

Picture Courtesy of: http://floridaimmigrant.org Understanding Deferred Action It’s impossible to understand Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) without first understanding Deferred Action by itself.  So what is Deferred Action?  The exact definition of Deferred Action is that it’s “an exercise of prosecutorial discretion not to pursue removal from the U.S. of a particular individual for a specific period of time.”  In other words, Deferred Action is an option certain people can pursue that will allow them to stay in the United States legally for up to two years without fear of deportation.  Applicants that are approved can apply for work [...]

President Provides Immediate Relief, Provides Architecture for Reform

By | November 21st, 2014|Immigration Law, News|

President Provides Immediate Relief, Creates Architecture for Reform November 20, 2014 Washington D.C. - After decades of congressional neglect, tonight President Obama took a crucial and courageous step toward reforming our immigration system. He announced that he will provide immediate relief for many of those impacted by of our broken system, and he is offering Congress an architecture for the permanent reforms that our country desperately needs. Under the new policies announced, the Obama Administration will build on the successful Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program by providing temporary relief for the parents of U.S. Citizens and lawful permanent residents. [...]