Immigration Tools at Your Fingertips: Downloadable Guides You Can Use Today!

Thanks to our membership in AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association), we can now provide you with some useful tools in the form of some very useful brochures that you can save and have at your fingertips whenever you feel uncertain about the path you might need to take in your immigration journey. If your immigration case belongs to one of the three categories below, you can download the appropriate brochure from its respective link. Stay tuned as we will keep updating our web site and Facebook page with new information regularly. As always, should you need specific answers to more specific questions, feel free to call us or use the chat app on this web site to get in touch with us right away.

  1. Investment Visas and Investment Risk: Must investments be put at risk to get an investment visa?
    Download the pdf guide now
  2. Green Card Processing Delays: after enduring the COVID-19 pandemic for over a year, most U.S. embassies and consulates are not operating at full capacity. Find out how DOJ is prioritizing immigration applications and interviews. Download the pdf guide now.
  3. The Non-Immigrant Visa Waiver Process: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, certain non-immigrant applications have been subject to an interview waiver. This interview waiver process has been implemented more broadly at consular posts around the world and the requirements to qualify have been expanded. The brochure below will help familiarize you with the process. Download the pdf guide now.

Practice Alert: U.S. Citizens May Return to the U.S. on Expired Passports

AILA provides a practice alert on announcements by CBP and DOS that, beginning May 21, 2021, U.S. citizens will be able to return to the United States on an expired U.S. passport through December 31, 2021, if the traveler meets certain requirements. For a quick reference with sample materials and practical advice on legal issues related to citizenship and naturalization, order the downloadable AILA’s U.S. Citizenship and Naturalization Law Toolbox