Temporary Protected Status (TPS) protects certain individuals from deportation and allows them to obtain a work permit. The policy of USCIS regarding TPS holders from Central American countries such as El Salvador and Honduras is constantly changing. We are proud that our firm represented thousands of individuals for their initial registration back in 1999 (Hondurans) and 2001 (Salvadorans) and we continue to process their TPS renewals provided they continue meeting all of the requirements.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) protects individuals who traveled to the US as young children from deportation and allows them to obtain a work permit. The policy of USCIS regarding DACA applications (renewals and initial applications) is constantly changing. We are proud that our firm represented hundreds of DACA applicants in the Washington DC metropolitan area during the initial registration and we continue to process their DACA renewals provided they continue meeting all of the requirements.
Our firm also has experience helping clients with several types of Non-Immigrant Visas including E1/2 visas for investors, P1/3 visas for artists and performers, H1B/H2B for specialty occupation employment, TN visas for Canadians and Mexicans with specialty occupation employment, L visas for intracompany transferees, O visas for extraordinary ability, and F1 visas for students. Our firm is also familiar with the complex framework for extension or conversion of non-immigrant visas.
Our firm also frequently advises clients on the consequences of overstaying B1/B2 tourist visas and ESTA Visa Waivers. We have also helped US Citizen clients prepare Letters of Invitation to request a visitor visa for their family member to visit them in the United States, provided that they can show financial ability to support the visitor and that the visitor will return to their home country.