1. What No One Tells You About Naturalization

    Every 79 seconds, an immigrant becomes a U.S. citizen, according to this factsheet. There’s reason for this statistic, and it’s that becoming one means achieving a much more secure status than holding a Green Card or Visa. The catch is that the road to naturalization, or citizenship for those born outside of the country, involves a lengthy and arduous process in order to even be considered for…Read More

  2. How to Learn About Deportation Law and Engage Your Community

    Living as an undocumented person in America comes with its own set of complications, fears, and uncertainties. Thanks to new legislature and executive orders from the Trump administration demanding wave after wave of removals over the past year, it has become even more difficult for them to live as integral parts of their communities. In Chicago alone where the undocumented population crosses well…Read More

  3. Set the Record Straight on Immigration

    Immigration is a very popular topic right now. Not only because many United States citizens see it as a problem, but because politics weigh heavy opinions on it. Because of this, our law firm in Chicago is making it a point to set the record straight on immigration. In our previous post, we started giving readers the facts and misconceptions regarding immigration and immigrants. Here are more: Myt…Read More