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#CelebrateImmigrants June is Immigrant Heritage Month

#CelebrateImmigrants June is Immigrant Heritage Month

June is “Immigrant Heritage Month”, a celebration of the accomplishments and contributions immigrants and their children have made in shap...

Can Foreign Tech Workers Get a Visa to Work in Chicago?

Can Foreign Tech Workers Get a Visa to Work in Chicago?

The health and economic crisis due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) has resulted in high unemployment and job loss in the United States. On April 22, 202...

Illinois 1st State to Provide Medicaid Regardless of Immigration Status

Illinois 1st State to Provide Medicaid Regardless of Immigration Status

On July 1, Illinois will become the first state to provide Medicaid-like care for senior citizens regardless of their immigration status. Governor J.B...

Will filing for unemployment hurt my green card? (Video)

Will filing for unemployment hurt my green card? (Video)

This video will answer the question “Will filing for unemployment hurt my green card?” Watch: Immigration Attorney Mario Godoy Discusses if Filing...

New 10% Immigration Application Fee Surcharge

New 10% Immigration Application Fee Surcharge

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is on the brink of insolvency. It relies on the fees that it charges for immigration applicants to f...

Are Immigration Offices and Courts Closed During The Pandemic? (Video)

Are Immigration Offices and Courts Closed During The Pandemic? (Video)

This video will answer the question, “Are Immigration Offices and Immigration Courts in Chicago Open?” Watch: Immigration Attorney Mario Godoy...

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