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Surviving Immigration During a Period of Uncertainty

Now more than ever, immigration is a hot topic across various countries in the world, especially in the United States. As an immigrant, you are like concerned about your status in this country, even if you are here legally. It seems as though every day, there is a new immigration order, potentially threatening your rights to stay here lawfully. This is why our legal team wants to ensure you are able to survive the immigration process during this incredibly uncertain time.

While domestic airplane travel is permissible, we believe it is best you limit your travel as much as possible for the time being. If you travel, make sure you carry your evidence of status at all times, including your green card, electronic I-94 printout, Employment Authorization Document, or otherwise. While this may seem overzealous, the umbrella for conducting investigations or arrests is widening now more than ever. If you are a DACA recipient, make sure you are aware of any possible ways to get back into status, as the future of DACA is uncertain. In any interactions with government officials, remain as calm and accommodating as possible. You have rights, don’t hesitate to exercise them.

Contact Our Trusted San Jose Immigration Attorneys Today

Verma Law Firm is comprised of skilled and determined San Jose immigration lawyers who have one goal in mind: delivering our clients the top services they deserve. No matter the complexities or challenges of your particular situation, we want to be there for you during your time of need. Don’t face immigration alone--allow our legal team to do our part in helping you survive the immigration process as seamlessly as possible.

To reach our firm, please don’t hesitate to contact us at your earliest convenience by calling (408) 560-4622.