March 24, 2022

Tips from a US citizen

When I applied for US citizenship, I sought the help of an accredited immigration representative. That helped me a lot throughout the process. The processing of my application took longer than expected, but in the end, it was successful. I want to share my experience of becoming a US citizen.  Corrections and address updates Errors ... Read more

March 4, 2022

Taking a multiple choice test

A multiple choice test is a common type of test in the USA. One of the most important multiple choice tests is the GED test that someone must pass to show that he or she has the knowledge of an American high school graduate. This test is usually taken by adults who did not have ... Read more

March 3, 2022

Identity theft: What to do when your identity has been stolen

Learn about identity theft, what to do, and how to protect yourself. “I am in trouble, and I need your help.” That is a statement made by a client of mine who was a victim of identity theft. When I asked about what happened, he stated that an unknown person called him and claimed to ... Read more

March 3, 2022

I am a Dreamer and I have DACA

A Dreamer shares his reaction to President Trump’s policies. On September 5, while President Trump was signing a document to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA, I was signing a check for over $28,000 to pay my 2016 taxes. DACA protects eligible immigrant youth who came to the United States. ... Read more