Comunicado de Prensa de la Coalición de Inmigración de Michiana respecto de la decisión de la Suprema Corte de Justicia acerca de DACA y DAPA here.
LaCasa’s Immigration Services provides accurate and affordable services to immigrants from all over the world who seek to reunite with family members, adjust immigration status, obtain authorization for employment in the United States, or apply for any other immigration benefit under Temporary Protective Status or Deferred Action.
Our services are accredited by the Board of Immigration Appeals, the highest administrative body for interpreting and administering immigration law.
If you or a relative are interested in learning about immigration benefits or application process, we invite you to call us to schedule an appointment. Our calendars get full quickly so be proactive and call us as soon as possible.
LaCasa’s Immigration Program has been in the Michiana community for more than 27 years. We are proud of having the opportunity to have represented families and individuals from more than 28 countries!
For more information and to schedule an appointment, please call our office at 574-533-4450.
On June 15, 2012 the Secretary of Homeland Security announced that certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several guidelines may request consideration of deferred action. While Deferred Action does not provide lawful status, applicants who do get approved can enjoy with the privilege of having a valid Social Security Number and Work Authorization. If you or your child qualifies, or is ready to renew, please call us. We’ll make sure that your request for Deferred Action is done properly. While many believe that this application is simple and could potentially be done on-line and with little or no counseling, keep in mind that if done incorrectly the result could actually be deportation. Deferred Action is a use of prosecutorial discretion to defer removal against you for a certain period of time so when you apply for this, make sure you do it right!