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Travel Permit: For DACA Beneficiaries

Travel Permit: For DACA beneficiaries. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) continues to accept and adjudicate Advance Parole applications from DACA recipients.Here is some information on what to expect before, during, and after traveling abroad. Currently, DACA beneficiaries may apply for and travel with advance parole. A DACA beneficiary may apply for this travel permit […]

Deciphering the Concept of Public Charge

Deciphering the concept ofpublic charge: everything you needknow. When a person is considered a public charge, he or she may be denied entry or permanent residence in the United States.Public charge is a rule for some people applying for lawful permanent residence (Green Card) or certain other visas to enter the U.S. It mainly affects […]

USCIS Announces Fee Changes

USCIS announces changes to its fees: What you should know about investing in your future. On January 30, 2024, USCIS published a final rule to adjust fees for certain immigration processing. This change represents the first major fee adjustment since 2016, which will allow them to process processing in a timelier manner according to their […]

From Victim to Beneficiary: The Road to the U Visa.

From Victim to Beneficiary: The Road to the U Visa. Experiencing being a victim of crime is a devastating experience, however, nothing should stand in the way of providing the necessary assistance to the authorities to bring those responsible to justice. In this context, Congress has enacted legislation designed to support immigrants who have suffered […]


IMMEDIATE AND NON-IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS Under current U.S. immigration law, there are several methods available to citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents to petition for family members living abroad. Who are the immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen? The term “Immediate Relatives” takes on a special meaning under U.S. immigration law. This concept encompasses the spouse […]

When Is The Best Time to Apply for My Citizenship?


When is the best time to apply for my citizenship? Obtaining U.S. citizenship represents a significant milestone that opens doors to various opportunities and benefits. At Mira Law Group, we understand the complexities of the process and skillfully guide you through the requirements, ensuring a smooth and successful application. At Mira Law Group, we value […]

VAWA – An Option for Victims of Abuse

VAWA – An Option for Victims of Abuse What is VAWA? VAWA, or Violence Against Women Act, is legislation passed by the U.S. Congress in 1994. One of the most significant innovations of VAWA was the creation of a special lane for to obtain legal immigration status for victims of domestic violence. In conventional situations, […]

Visa Bulletin – What It Is and How To Read It?

Visa Bulletin – What Is and How To Read It? What is the Visa Bulletin? It is a document published every month by the U.S. Department of State, which governs the waiting time for a relative, who is NOT an immediate relative, who qualifies for residency through a family-based petition. The bulletin provides priority dates […]

What is an Immigration Waiver and How Should I Apply?

What is an Immigration Waiver and How Should I Apply? In the complex world of immigration, an immigration waiver can be a crucial option for those facing challenges to their immigration status. If you find yourself in this situation, it is critical to understand what an immigration waiver is and how you can apply for […]