Comprehensive Immigration Reform: The U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021
President Biden sent a bill to Congress on day one to restore humanity and American values to our immigration system. The U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 establishes a new system to responsibly manage and secure our border, keep our families and communities safe, and better manage migration across the Hemisphere.
Biden’s 2021 Amnesty Pointers
President Biden sent a bill to Congress on day one to restore humanity and American values to our immigration system. there are certain things that every immigrant should do before applying for any immigration benefit, whether it be a green card or U.S. citizenship or other temporary status. While this is only a proposal and a bill has not been signed into law, we do believe in preparation.
Dream Act of 2021
Jennifer Minear, AILA President, welcomed the effort, saying, “Poll after poll has shown tremendous bipartisan support for Dreamers and for reforms that will put them on the path to permanent status, and ultimately citizenship, in the only country they call home. While Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has given many young, talented, and contributing members of our communities a temporary reprieve from deportation, the limited safety and security it offered cannot confer the stability that permanent legal status does.
US. Citizenship Act of 2021 & Beware of Immigration Scammers
President Biden recently sent a new immigration bill to Congress. What does that mean for you if you’re a non-citizen in the United States? Right now, the truthful answer is likely nothing — at least not yet. Ask the Lawyer breakdowns the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 and shares the FTC warning about scammers. Get the right information to make the right decision for yourself and your family. Don’t be a victim of immigration fraud. Listen now.
U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021:
Impossible or Possible?
Impossible or possible? What are the possibilities for immigration reform in the United States?
President Biden’s immigration reform proposed bill, the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, could change everything… or not pass at all. Attorney Brian Figeroux examines what you need to know.
No New Immigration Relief Yet
You might have seen that the President recently sent a new immigration bill to Congress. What does that mean for you if you’re a non-citizen in the United States? Right now, the truthful answer is likely nothing — at least not yet. But scammers won’t tell you that.
Instead, we’ve already heard about scammers trying to profit off this news by offering so-called immigration services in response to this immigration bill.
“Untouchable’” Louison is Dead
Arleigh Louison, who submitted over 1,800 fraudulent immigration applications and was indicted on 12 counts of making false statements in immigration documents is dead. Louison leaves in his death a path of devastation for his countless clients/victims. Attorney Brian Figeroux speaks on the legal ramifications.
What You Need to Know About the ITIN
The ITIN is a Tax Identification number in the United States. It is controlled by the IRS (the agency to which US taxes are paid) and is used by foreigners who are not eligible to obtain a Social Security Number.
ITIN stands for “Individual Taxpayer Identification Number” and it is used for two purposes. First, the ITIN is used to pay taxes on the economic income that is obtained in the United States. Second, the ITIN works to identify spouses and dependent children who do not have Social Security so that taxpayers can claim an exemption for that spouse or dependent.
Marriage Fraud Consequences
Marriage fraud is a crime, regardless of the circumstances under which you sought to “help” an illegal immigrant circumvent legal immigration channels or if you took part in a sham marriage for money. What are the consequences of marriage fraud?
“Untouchable” Louison Busted for Immigration Fraud in Brooklyn
Federal law enforcement agents arrested Louison on July 18, 2019, and he has been indicted in Vermont on 12 counts of making false statements and submitting over 1,800 fraudulent immigration applications to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
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