U Visa Updates 2021!
My Green Card Expired! Now What?
BREAKING NEWS! Dream Act of 2021
I have an arrest - What do I need to submit to immigration?
Breaking News! Bill is sent to Congress (The U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021)
Immigration Law Sourcebook (Fifteenth Edition)
Remedies and Strategies for Permanent Resident Clients Book
The U Visa (Fifth Edition) Book
Hardship in Immigration Law Book
Naturalization and U.S. Citizenship Book
What documents can I use for my DACA application?
BREAKING NEWS about DACA, Work Permits & Advance Parole!
What documents do I need if I want my son/daughter to file a petition for me?
What is the Public Charge?
How Much Does An Immigration Attorney Charge?
When Can I Apply For My Citizenship?
What is a conditional residency?
What if my father filed a petition for me and he passed away?
How do I get a Social Security?
What do I do if ICE knocks on my door? (October 14, 2020)
What is happening with my case? Now with COVID, are cases advancing? (October 12, 2020)
I already have an attorney, can I hire a different attorney?
(October 5, 2020)
IMMIGRATION FEES ARE INCREASING OCTOBER 2, 2020
(September 24, 2020)
Mortgage Assistance up to $15,000 - your Immigration status does NOT matter! (August 26, 2020)
Behind the Scenes - My Interview with Telemundo Chicago
(August 19, 2020)
FREE clinic to apply for $5,000 rental assistance! (August 15, 2020)
UPDATE! What is going on with Public Charge? (August 10, 2020)
Immigration is increasing their fees effective October 2, 2020!
Breaking news about DACA! July 28, 2020
How the travel ban has impacted my clients directly!
Discussing the positive changes Covid-19 has brought to our immigration firm.
NEW way to apply for the $1,000 for Chicago families
(July 16, 2020)
*This information has been prepared by the Law Office of RSB Ltd for information only and does not constitute as legal advice. This information is not a substitute for legal advice from an experienced attorney. Immigration law is complex and constantly changing and for these reasons, it is always better to get advice on a particular case from an attorney who is familiar with the laws on immigration.