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Year: 2019

Future of DACA remains uncertain

Many people in Colorado who were born outside of the United States must carry a big burden of worry on their shoulders today as their ability to stay in the country remains unknown at this time. Here at Ramos Immigration Law, we understand the uncertainty that people...

Making immigration easier for your children

Those who have recently immigrated to the U.S., as well as prospective immigrants, may have to work through a number of concerns and this is often a major move that transforms one's life in a lot of ways. However, parents often have additional responsibilities and...

How to renew DACA eligibility

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program provided a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as minor children. Under the Trump administration, however, the Supreme Court may move to end DACA for nearly 700,000 who now...

Getting a family member into the U.S.

When you become an American citizen, you may want to consider bringing your family to live with you. However, the process for doing so may differ depending on how you got here, who you want to bring and the circumstances under which they seek to enter. Asking...