A young Salvadoran married an American citizen and even married she was very flirtatious. She wore provocative clothes showing more than what she should and wherever she went she flirted with other men. The Salvadoran was married for love, but he also wanted to get the papers. Therefore he endured this. They went to the interview. She dressed sexy and flirted with the immigration officer. The officer played her game but at the end he denied the residence and told the Salvadoran his wife was looking for a husband. For help with immigration call Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276.
It is important to take the first step to resolve your immigration case. There are many people who have done their family petitions for years. However, they have not obtained the residence because they have came undocumented crossing the border of the United States. Now that the White House is considering the approval of a deferred action for parents of American citizens and dreamers, it is possible that President Obama approves the work permit as well as the travel permit for all parents. With the permission to travel they will be able to leave and legally enter the United States. With that and the requests made, they could be legalized in the United States. The requests of those who have had to wait for years will be able to see the fruit now if this law is passed. The idea is to take the first step so you may eventually gather the rewards. For help with immigration call Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276.
Julian was a child of 12 years. His parents were in the United States. They had the TPS and hired a coyote to bring Julian because they did not want him to go into the gangs of El Salvador. He came through Mexico but once he was there, he was grabbed and killed. They cut him into pieces to sell his organs to traffickers of human organs in Mexico, a practice that is becaming common. His parents never knew what happened, but his organs were sold at a high price for people who needed them to save their lives. Check your immigration case calling Jorge Rivera Immigration Group at 888-578-2276
Have you heard the saying that we should not talk too much and the fish falls due to his mouth? That applies to immigration. Sometimes people talk too much in interviews. They think they have to tell everything to immigration. There are people who have come across the border multiple times, but they have never been caught. If you have never been detained why would you confess this to immigration? You have the Fifth Amendment right of not incriminate yourself and if you entered two or three times through the border and immigration never caught you the only way they will find out is that you confess it. If you have a situation like that, consult with your lawyer so he can tell you what you should tell immigration and what you should not say. Immigration wants you to tell them everything. People often put the rope around their neck and incriminate themselves by talking too much. To help with your case, call Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276.
Yesterday they told about a terrible case. A young man was in love with his first girlfriend. It was his first love, but she came with the story that she worked at night until dawn and he believed it until one day he pass by her house at night and found her making out with another man. He faced her and when as she told him she did not want anything with him, he pulled out a knife and cut her on her face so she could not be with another man. He ended up on jail. Check your immigration case by calling Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276
When one is undocumented and has no papers, no work permit, no driver’s license, one should not tell things to other people because one does not know the twists and turns of life. Friends can become enemies and then they can threaten you or take advantage of the information they know. Many people use, for example, a social security number that is does not belong to us at work. Do not talk, do not tell that to your co-workers or friends. The only person you need to tell about your immigration status is your immigration attorney. The only one that will help is your lawyer. A friend or colleague, or neighbor will not help you. Nobody has to know your private or personal information. Trust your lawyer. He will help you. I want to help you. Call Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276.
A couple of an American citizen with his wife who had no papers had a neighbor who was an immigration officer, but they did not know it. The officer became friend with them, talked to them and slowly they began to trust him. One day they told him that she was undocumented. The officer was friend of them but the next day he found out she was illegal he went to detain her with immigration. What is the lesson? Do not trust people. There is no need to say that one is undocumented because when we least expect we receive a stab. Check your immigration case calling Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276
There is a saying that is: “Tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are.” It is often applied to immigration. I have seen many through the years of people who have orders of deportation and immigration goes to their house looking for the person who has an order of deportation but they take the rest of the people under the same roof just because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time even though they had no deportation order. The same happens with crimes. Some people say: “I have never broken the law, I am not in danger”; but hanging out with undocumented friends who do things like case of the couple in which he was fine, she had deportation order and she liked to smoke marijuana. The police stoped and arrested both of them. Sure, if he had not dated a girlfriend that smoked marijuana he would not have had problems with immigration. Therefore, we can say tell me who your friends are and I will tell you who you are. Check your immigration by calling Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group, LLC 888-578-2276.
After all threats Congress has made because President Obama has said he will take executive action on the subject of immigration, Obama knows that the measures taken will have a great opposition. So, his lawyers are carefully preparing legal arguments which are considered to be able to survive any challenge. The argument is this: Beyond failure to correct immigration laws, Congress has not even provided enough resources to the government to enforce the existing rules. There are about 11.5 million unauthorized immigrants in the United States, much of which the government could reasonably deport. The White House believes it has ample room to prioritize those who should be sent home. Republicans are also considering legal options to avoid what they see as an exagerated overreaching of the President. Check your immigration case calling Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276.