Our client of 9 years is no longer a green card holder we are happy to announce that after receiving approval in her Naturalization process she is now a U.S. Citizen.
The client contracted PLG in May 2018, her case consisted of a VAWA & AOS that was filed concurrently. During the review process, the client received her work authorization and was able to renew as many times as necessary while her case was pending. In August 2021 Cook’s VAWA was approved and in December 2021
Client hired PLG on February 25, 2021 to apply for Certificate of Naturalization, he had received an N-400 denial he filled on his own. We did a lot of research and detailed explanation of what we had and provided the grandparents information since mom didn’t recall any of her info. Client received approval notice November
Green Card holder from El Salvador came to PLG needing help to petition for his family in their home country. We filed an I-130 petition for his wife and 4 derivative children in September of 2019. I-130 was recently approved in August of 2021. Their case is already at the National Visa center and we
Legal permanent resident client was traveling extensively and filed a reentry permit on December 16, 2020 and was approved August 20, 2021. In many cases, biometrics are being reused and clients can file in the US and travel as needed.
We are so happy to share that we received not one but two green cards for our clients! After being hired, our team worked diligently and under two weeks from filing the I-90s (renewing of green cards) electronically we were able to obtain a successful ending to another immigration case and were shocked to see
The client came to PLG to request an emergency travel document while his Adjustment of Status and Advance Parole applications were still pending with USCIS. We scheduled an Infopass appointment at a local USCIS field office near the client. The client attended the appointment and was granted that same day a 30-day travel document so
A few years ago, one of our client’s hired us to assist in representation at the Cleveland, Ohio immmigration court. Our client had an asylum application pending in court and an I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative petition pending with USCIS. In the process, a Supreme Court decision was issued in the Niz-Chavez v. Garland case that held
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When it was announced that Temporary Protected Status (TPS) was being offered to Venezuelan Nationals, our firm immediately began to assist individuals that qualified. In the last week, we got our first Venezuelan approval for one of our clients. The process from filing to receiving an approval was four months.