DRIVERS LICENSES APPOINTMENTS
START DECEMBER 2
LICENSES FOR ALL –INSURANCE REQUIRED
---- Implementation Delayed until December 2013 ------
The movement towards immigration reform begins with the liberalization of driver license rules starting in mid to late December - that will allow even undocumented persons to obtain a “special license.” In order to obtain a special license,applicants will have to: pass several tests, pay a fee, be subject to abackground check, and most importantly, show proof of insurance.
Individuals applying can make appointments starting December 2, 2013.
GREEN CARD PROCESSING TIMES REDUCED
Applicants for Labor Certification through their employers are able to benefit from reduced processing times. Cases are now being processed that were filed in October 2011.
Applicants considering filing for permanent residency through an employer should begin the process as soon as possible.
PRESIDENT PUSHES REFORM
In a recent White House Speech - President Obama has pushed for immigration reform -sighting that it is the right thing to do. Immigration reform is currently being supported by labor, business and private groups. The time to make a change and support immigration reform is now.
If you are a US Citizen, we urge you to contact your US Congressman to vote on Comprehensive Immigration Reform - has passed by the US Senate. To find out how to contact your US Congressman - please see www.house.gov and enter your zipcode. You will be taken to your US Representatives web page to whom you can quickly send an email supporting immigration reform.
The time to act is now!
Our law offices handle a variety of Immigration, Business
& Real Estate matters including:
- Permanent Residency through family members
- Permanent Residency through employers
- Work visas for professionals and highly educated persons
- Work visas for intra-company transferees
- Work visas for performers
- Work visas for employees performing temporary work
- Visas for business persons entering the USA
- Defense Representation at Immigration Court
- Defense of actions against Immigration & Customs Enforcement
- Representation before the Immigration Service
- Appeals to the Immigration Service - US Citizenship & Immigration Services
- Appeals to the Department of Labor
- Appeals to the Administrative Appeals Office
- Appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals
& other complex immigration matters
The Source for your Immigration & Business Law Questions -
How can we help?
Please fill out the form below and email it to us
- Please call for an appointment (773) 774-0000
- Email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Chicago Offices are located at:
6219 N. Milwaukee & 5444 S. Archer
Christopher Kurczaba and his team of professionals are focused on providing high-quality legal services and customer satisfaction - we will do everything we can to meet your expectations. With a variety of services to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy working with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us.
We handle many different immigration matters including applications for permanent residency, US Citizenship, and various forms of visas including work visas- H-1B, H-2B, student visas - F-1, and other visa programs such as investor visas - EB-1, and intra-company transferees L-1 and religious worker visas - R.
Our goal is to provide the optimal level of service while assisting our clients in making the right choices for achieving the proper immigration status.
Call us today for an appointment at any of our 3 locations to help solve your Immigration Issues and sign up for our email updates below so that you stay informed.
We look forward to assisting you with your immigration and general legal questions.
This site is for informational and promotional (advertising) purposes and is not to be used to formulate opinions or take any legal action.