logo

Our Blog

I-601A APPROVED

                    There has been much discussion in various immigration circles centered on Requests For more Evidence (RFE) with regard to I-601A applications lately.  This morning we received an approval no questions asked.  It is a great way to start out a MONDAY.  If you have questions regarding the waiver process and do not know where to start, or if you have p
Read More

Hope for DAPA and extended DACA

          The Fifth Circuit recently decided that that Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) did not have valid claims to prevent the original DACA program from moving forward.  If litigation proceeds down this path DAPA and DACA will absolutely move forward.  Call us today for a free consultation to answer all of your questions regarding Executive Action at 405.822.2828. Read More and Photo
Read More

THE MECHANICS OF GAY DIVORCE IN OKLAHOMA

Divorce is not a subject that marriage-equality groups tend to trumpet on their websites, but gay couples are at the start of a divorce boom. One reason is obvious: More couples are eligible. According to a report by UCLA’s Williams Institute, nearly 50,000 of the approximately 640,000 gay couples in the U.S. in 2011 were married. (Another 100,000 were in other kinds of legal relationships, such as domestic partnersh
Read More

DOJ Files Emergency Appeal In Immigration Executive Action Case

Today, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an emergency motion of stay pending appeal to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in response to Texas District Court decision halting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative and the creation of the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Legal Residents (DAPA) initiative. HIGHLIGHTS: “The district court’s order is unprecedented and wrong. The Constitu
Read More

FIVE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT The Federal District Court Decision Regarding the DACA and DAPA Initiatives

1. This is a temporary setback, not a defeat. Immediately after the decision was issued, the White House announced its commitment to challenging the court’s order. As the White House said, “The district court’s decision wrongly prevents lawful, commonsense policies from taking effect and the Department of Justice has indicated that it will appeal that decision.” The case will now go to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appe
Read More

Oklahoma City Immigration Attorney

            You have found the right place to deal with any immigration issues that you may be having. Contact me today!
Read More