Hot News About Driver’s License for U Visa Applicants in Arizona!

HOT NEWS! U visa applicants with “deferred action” can now get a driver’s license or State ID card at Arizona MVD. The client needs to bring in their work permit card and the I-797 Receipt Notice that the U visa is pending (I-918 or I-918A receipt notice). Here’s a link to the MVD website:

Thursday, June 15th, marks the fifth anniversary of DACA Twitter#SaveDaca

In 5 years of DACA, over 780,000 #DREAMers have been given a chance to work and study without the fear of deportation #SaveDACA #DREAMers help Make America Great! They’re giving back to their communities & driving economic growth #DACAworks Eliminating #DACA could cost the United States hundreds of billions of dollars in lost economic growth in […]

Judge orders reopening of DACA, after 90-day delay

Washington (CNN). Another federal judge has overruled the Trump administration’s efforts to end a popular immigration program — this time saying the government has to accept new applications. The ruling on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, however, won’t take immediate effect, with the judge delaying the ruling for 90 days to allow the […]

Arizona Deportation Attorney

Jul 30, 2013 4:25pm WASHINGTON — Despite the Republican strategy of passing piecemeal immigration reform, Sen. John McCain predicted today that comprehensive legislation can pass the GOP-controlled House. “I think this fall is very important,” McCain said at a forum hosted by AFL-CIO and the Economic Policy Institute. “It’s very important because we get into […]

Obtain a Green Card through an Employer via PERM-GC

In our previous entry, we talked about some of the less-common methods that you can take to obtain a green card through your employer. In this entry, we will cover by far the most common method, which unfortunately also happens to be the most complicated and lengthy. This process, called the PERM-GC process, is comprised of […]

USCIS Recalls Over 8,500 Green Cards Due to Production Error

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Monday that thousands of Permanent Resident cards will be recalled because of a production error. The federal immigration agency said in a news release approximately 8,543 Green Cards will need to be returned because they were printed with an incorrect “Resident Since” date. Those affected were spouses of U.S. […]


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