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Why take the Immigration Legal Services Group.

The team of 15 attorneys has gone through much study looking for solutions, and consult different legal opinions within the team, so we could advise clients on the fastest alternative of major possibilities of success, of minor risk, and the most economic for the client. This service is a special advantage that every client has, compared to the legal services of an attorney that acts only with one legal opinion. We are proud of our evaluation of the possible solutions of each one of our cases which are checked through different levels of attorneys.


  • Preventive decisions 8/27/2014

    Do not wait for things to happen to take action. Sometimes we are calm and we react when we see the consequences of something that we are suffering. It does not have to be that way. We do not have to wait until we are detained by immigration to do something in our case. A lady told me she was a victim of domestic violence and abuse of  her husband until one day when he hit her in the face and accidentally he pulled her eye. When she lost the eye she called the police with despair. There is no need to let these things happen to react. It is like the drunk who starts going to Alcoholics Anonymous when he has already been arrested by the police. Let us act before the things happen so we can be on time and not suffer the consequences of the police, immigration or a partner that is hitting us. For help with immigration call Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276.

  • Better late than never 8/27/2014

    Better late than never. This saying applies to many people who have waited for years to resolve their situation. I see it every day. There are cases like the dreamer who has not yet applied for deferred action. He could have applied years ago and now his peers, friends, neighbors, have had work permits for several years. It does not matter if you have waited for years. There is the case of a husband who is married to an American citizen for 10 years and they have never submitted a request. It is never late. They can start at any time if necessary. The person who was victim of a crime several years ago has to apply. If that’s the only option what can we do? Sometimes we not dare to apply for work or fear. For example, the woman who has been in a vicious cycle of domestic violence in which the husband beats her and she forgives him. She can always get help, even years after that. Better late than never. Check your immigration case by calling Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276

  • Law of 10 years 8/26/2014

    Many people ask me about the law of 10 years. They tell me they have been 10 years in the country and they have American citizen children. That’s not enough. They must have at least 10 years in the United States and they must have resident or American citizens children, parents or spouses, but there is another element. There must be suffering because not everyone is approved with the law 10 years just because they have enough time in the country and they are related to residents or citizens. They must have health problems to be able to say that if deported their resident or American citizen family is going to have a great suffering due to family separation. For example, if you have an American citizen or resident child in the hospital who needs surgery, is in a wheelchair, is paralyzed, is in a coma, has a heart condition or brain problems you may qualify. If you have something serious we can get the medical records and fight the case. It has to be a serious problem because the person must be put in deportation process and if the case is lost the person is deported. Check your case by calling Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at 888-578-2276.


  • Investigate your immigration case 8/21/2014

    There is a saying: “Words are gone with the wind. What is important is paper”. This saying also applies to immigration in different situations because sometimes we think we have problem. We were stopped at the border, but when we ask for the record of the border we see that we are fine, no deportation. People have been arrested and think they will never be able to be residents or American citizens and when we ask for the record we see that all charges were dismissed and the person is in a good situation to apply for a benefit. Things happen the other way too. Some say they were arrested but they have no deportation and when we see the record of the border was the person was deported. With medical records sometimes we think that the situation is serious and it is not so bad. If there is no serious problem can not ask for immigration benefits. Check your immigration case by calling Jorge Rivera and Immigration Group at  888-578-2276