The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

On this day in 1948, the United Nations proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at their General Assembly in Paris. The world has just lived through the carnage and horror of "The War to End all Wars" and its successor, World War II. In hopes that the world might never…

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VAWA: How to Prove Your Abuser’s Immigration Status

Immigration requires supporting evidence with every kind of application or petition.  Some kinds of evidence are easier to find than others. One of the trickier kinds is proof of someone else’s immigration status. This is especially true when that person does not help you get the evidence.You need to prove…

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Free Flu Shots in Milwaukee

Four Milwaukee Public Schools will give out free flu shots from November 9 - 12. No health insurance or appointments are needed. Anyone can get a flu shot, including adults and children over six months old. Some interpreter services will also be available. It is especially important to get a…

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For Now, USCIS Fees Will Not Change

On September 29, 2020, a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction against the proposed immigration fee increases. This means that for the time being, USCIS fees will remain the same. Fee waivers will also remain available. https://youtu.be/dk_k8EY4giQ Future USCIS Fees The changes in USCIS fees would have gone into effect…

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USCIS Fee Changes October 2020

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a new fee rule for United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that goes into effect on October 2, 2020. This new rule changes the cost of several immigration processes. Among these changes, many applications will cost more money and fee waivers will…

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Citizenship Waivers | What You Need to Know

Many people avoid applying for citizenship because they are afraid that they can’t pass the citizenship test. For some people, concentrating on practicing enough English will be enough to help them pass. But some people can take an easier version of the citizenship test. Others don’t have to take any…

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Immigration Reopening During Coronavirus

Here is what you need to know about Immigration as courts and offices start to reopen. Remember, the timeline of your immigration case may have changed during Coronavirus closures. Stay in close contact with your attorney to make sure you know the latest details of your case.https://youtu.be/dk_k8EY4giQ Immigration Court Opening…

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DACA News | June 2020

On June 18, 2020 the Supreme Court issued a decision which, at least for the moment, saves the existing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. But it is important that people understand what this decision does and does not say.https://youtu.be/dk_k8EY4giQ DACA Can Still End First, the decision does not…

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