Do you have a recurrent nightmare where you miss your appointment date? Avoid that and learn what to do if you miss your USCIS appointment here!
Let’s face it: Crazy things happen in this world! Even the most conscientious among us may face obstacles or illnesses that prevent us from attending our scheduled USCIS appointment. In this video, immigration attorney Jennifer Walker Gates provides detailed, step-by-step instructions about how to save your case in the event that you miss your USCIS appointment.
The best news: Missing your appointment does not mean your case will be automatically denied – BUT, there are steps you must take and you’ll need to act fast. Download our detailed guide and keep it close!
If you or a loved one need legal assistance with any immigration matter, contact us at +1 512-633-1785 or schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys.
If you have a case moving through the U.S. immigration system, you need problem-solving tools! In this video with immigration attorney Jennifer Walker Gates, we discuss tips and tools on everything from making sure your attorney is licensed to know if your case is delayed and, most importantly, steps you can take to make sure your case is safe and progressing properly.
Download this PDF with the list of tools and websites; this PDF contains direct access to the main websites we know you will need to visit while working on your immigration process. Make sure to simplify this already tedious process with us.
If you have more questions or need legal assistance on your immigration matter, feel free to contact us by text or phone call at +1 512-633-1785, you can directly schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys; they are all highly qualified and eager to assist you.
Not sure about scheduling a consultation with one of our lawyers yet? Watch this video, learn what happens when you are in consultation with WGV, and find out why we offer the best service!
After many years of advocacy and struggle on behalf of our U visa clients, we are thrilled to announce that USCIS is FINALLY updating their policies so that U visa applicants do not have to wait years for a work permit and deferred action status.
The new process called a “Bona Fide Determination” will provide work permits to most U visa applicants within just a few weeks of filing, and will be valid for four years. Our attorney Jennifer Walker Gates has created this video to explain how this new policy affects U Visa petitioners and what you need to be able to get a Bona Fide Determination.
What is the “Bona Fide Determination”?
The Bona Fide Determination will give victims of crime in the United States access to employment authorization much more promptly after filing their applications for U visas and providing them with stability and better equipping them to cooperate with and assist law enforcement investigations and prosecutions.
This announcement means that applicants for U Visas and their qualifying dependents will get a work permit and notice of Deferred Action when:
They have filed a complete U visa petition.
With Form I-918 and Form I-918A for dependents, if any, signed by the petitioner/applicant.
With a Form I-918B certification completed and signed by the police, the prosecution, or a judge and filed within six months of the filing date.
The biometrics check is done.
The petition/applicant and qualifying relatives demonstrate that they have no serious criminal record.
Many clients of WGV who have pending U visa petitions will be eligible for this Bona Fide Determination based on the cases that have already been filed. Others will need to complete Forms I-765 for submission to USCIS for the Bona Fide Determination. We will be contacting clients who need to complete additional paperwork to be eligible to participate in this program. For information about your U visa case and whether you need to file different applications for a Bona Fide Determination, please reach out to your case manager or attorney.
We at WGV want to recognize, honor, and thank all of our clients who participated in federal lawsuits to force USCIS to make this change! This is a huge victory for immigrant survivors of crime, domestic violence, and human trafficking!
If you or a loved one need legal assistance with any immigration matter, contact us at +1 512-633-1785 or schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys here
Los casos de U Visa se encuentran atrasados en USCIS. Por eso, nuestras abogadas Jennifer Walker Gates y Jacqueline Watson se han dedicado a crear un proceso de litigio que obliga a USCIS a dar una resolución a los casos pendientes de hace más de dos años.
Anteriormente ganamos dos rondas de litigios, y estamos muy contentos de empezar la tercer ronda en agosto del 2021.
Si desea unirse vea este video, en el cual Jennifer Walker Gates, abogada de migración nos explica el proceso y los criterios para participar.
Si desea solicitar una cita con una de nuestras abogadas para revisar su caso de visa u, puede hacerlo aquí
Si usted o un ser querido necesita asistencia legal para su caso de inmigración, contáctenos al + 1512-633-1785, o programe una consulta con uno de nuestros abogados aquí
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