President Obama’s Immigration Reform was announced Nov 20th, 2014 that will enable many foreign nationals in the United States to remain lawfully, obtain work authorization, a driver’s license and vehicle registration. There are also indications that some H4 spouses may be entitled to work permits. When immigration reform is implemented by the U.S. government, Hykel Law will be ready to serve you.
For the past two years, the only offerings by way of immigration reform was Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) which allows childhood arrivals who have earned or are working towards a high school education to obtain employment authorization. These changes will expand upon DACA.
We uphold and support comprehensive immigration reform, while serving as an advocate for those eligible for DACA.
DON’T RISK YOUR FUTURE; CONTACT US TO DETERMINE IF YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR DACA Status / DAPA Status
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Although it often comes with controversy, immigration into the United States has always played a major role in the strength of its economy. Perhaps no one understands this more than the residents of Philadelphia, where the Liberty Bell still welcomes foreigners to one of the richest historical communities of our country.
Not knowing or understanding the system and laws of the U.S. can be a disadvantage for many foreign immigrants who wish to obtain permanent residency in the United States, either for themselves or for their loved ones. Hykel Law’s Family-Based Immigration Services can lead you through the complicated process to achieve either temporary or permanent residency, depending on your situation.
Are you afraid of deportation? If you are a foreign national involved in the beginning stages of removal proceedings, the deportation attorney at Hykel Law in Philadelphia can help prevent this unfortunate situation. We can evaluate your immigration case and find the best strategy to defend you from removal proceedings to help you stay in the United States.