Immigration News

Success Story: Naturalization in San Antonio, TX approved in 5 months

The surprise our client received when, only 4 months after filing, she received an interview notice for her naturalization, N-400, application was unexpected. At the time of filing, the processing times for the USCIS field office in San Antonio, TX showed these applications could take between 8.5-11 months to be processed. Having prepared for a

Success Story: Asylum Client Released from Detention in Laredo, TX

Our client was separated from their family after entering the US around February 2021. We represented the client remotely at several master calendar hearings and at a bond hearing, while detained. In March 2021, Immigration Judge Justin Adams granted our client a $5000 bond.  After our immigration attorneys worked relentlessly with our client’s family abroad,

Success Story: I-601A Approved without request for evidence (RFE) in 17 months!

I-601A approved without request for evidence (RFE) in 17 months. The clients worried about the lack of evidence but were able to obtain an approval with the minimal evidence they could gather. Current processing times at 17.5-22.5 months for these waivers at the Nebraska Service Center (NSC). For more information, contact our immigration lawyers!

Success Story: Naturalization Approved After N336 Hearing!

Recently, our Firm successfully assisted an individual to gain citizenship after an N-336 hearing. An N-336 hearing is very similar to a regular naturalization hearing. The Applicant or his or her attorney is allowed to make their case in regards to the issues that had led to the initial denial of form N-400.  In this

Success Story: Approved Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence in Four Months!

Powers Law Group was initially retained by Client in June 2017 for Adjustment of Status Process in which it was approved. He then retained Powers Law Group once again to Remove conditions on his Residence. As of May 2021, a jointly filed I-751 process was approved in four in a half months and the client