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Paperless Process for E1 Visa

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

Beginning Monday, October 23, 2017, the U.S. consulate in Monterrey, Mexico will no longer accept any paper-based submissions for E1 Visa applications.  Instead, all submissions for E1 cases in Monterrey will now be made electronically by email to: E1 Visa Submissions must be no longer that 50 pages total – including DS forms,… Read More »

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DACA RESCINDED: What you need to know NOW

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

On September 5, 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that President Trump has decided to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Here are the most important points for you and your family to know about this decision and what it means: The following is effective immediately: Initial requests for DACA and… Read More »

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Immigrating Your Family When You Live Abroad

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

We often talk to U.S. citizens who currently live outside of the United States and are now planning to return with their family.  These cases are usually not much different from any other family immigration case, but there are a few important factors to consider as you prepare to move back to the United… Read More »

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Dream Act 2017 and the American Hope Act

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

Since he took office, President Donald Trump has wavered back and forth over what he will decide to do about the DACA program, which protects undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children.  During his campaign, he promised voters he intended to end the DACA program almost immediately upon taking office, but after 6… Read More »

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When USCIS Makes an Error – I-290B to the Rescue!

By Elizabeth Echavarria of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC |

The Form I-290B is used to file an appeal or motion to reopen or reconsider a decision made by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on certain applications submitted to them for approval.  In most cases, the I-290B must be submitted to USCIS within 30 to 33 calendar days after notice of the decision. … Read More »

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