Please find below a list of the important immigration resources that are available to you:
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) (www.dhs.gov)– The Department of Homeland Security oversees all aspects of immigration services and enforcement.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) (www.uscis.gov)– Here you can track your case with a receipt number, learn about immigration, file forms online, and get answers to basic immigration questions.
Current USCIS Processing Time
Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) (www.ice.gov)– ICE is in charge of immigration enforcement.
U.S. Department of State (DOS) (www.state.gov)– The Department of State houses the consular arm of immigration.
U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) (www.dol.gov)– The Department of Labor is involved in the labor certification process for much of business immigration.
Social Security Administration (SSA) (www.ssa.gov)
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) (www.irs.gov)
We at Willy, Nanayakkara, Rivera & Goins are committed to the enactment of fair and comprehensive immigration laws. You can be part of this effort to fix a system that is damaging so many communities.
Look up your Congressman (http://www.house.gov/zip/ZIP2Rep.html). Then write, call, or email to let them know how you feel.
We also support the Asian American Justice Center (www.advancingequality.org) in this effort. We encourage you to go to their website and read about their efforts and to support their cause.