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Supervisory Attorney Kathleen M. Vannucci Was in Washington, DC to Lobby the Illinois Delegation to Support Immigration Reform

As the Chair of the Advocacy Committee for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Chicago Chapter, Supervisory Attorney, Kathleen M. Vannucci, traveled to Washington, DC as part of AILA’s National Day of Action.  On April 7, 2016, 17 members of the Chicago Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association traveled to Washington D.C. and visited Congressional […]

Senior Supervisory Attorney Leah A. Duckett Interviewed by ViveloHoy on Benefits Available for Family Members of Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces

Senior Supervisory Attorney, Leah A. Duckett, was interviewed by ViveloHoy on March 25, 2016 about benefits available to family members of active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces along with veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. You can watch the interview on the ViveloHoy site here. Leah A. Duckett’s Interview on ViveloHoy

Supervisory Attorney Giovanna Valdez Reflects on Her Week of Pro Bono Service with the CARA Project in Dilley, Texas in January 2016

In January of 2016, the Law Office of Robert D. Ahlgren sent two of its Associate Attorneys, Giovanna Valdez and Lindsay Wunrow, to volunteer through the CARA Project, in representing the detained women and children currently being held in Dilley, Texas. The Catholic Legal Immigration Network, the American Immigration Council, the Refugee and Immigrant Center […]

Senior Supervisory Attorney Leah A. Duckett Interviewed by ViveloHoy on the Role of Your Fingerprints when Applying for an Immigration Benefit

Senior Supervisory Attorney, Leah A. Duckett, was interviewed by ViveloHoy on March 18, 2016 about the power of your fingerprints when applying for an immigration benefit.  She discusses the importance of knowing your criminal record and the impact it can have when applying for any sort of immigration benefit.  You can watch the interview on […]

Associate Attorneys Davina Campos and Lindsay Wunrow Present to the Chicago Bar Association on U Non-Immigrant Visas

Associate Attorneys Davina Campos and Lindsay Wunrow presented to the Chicago Bar Association on March 17, 2016.  They focused their presentation on U Non-Immigrant Visas.  They discussed the requirements of the U visa along with practice pointers given their experience in this area.

General Recent News March 3, 2016

Senior Supervisory Attorney Leah A. Duckett Interviewed by ViveloHoy on Renewing DACA and Applying for DACA Advance Parole

Senior Supervisory Attorney, Leah A. Duckett, was interviewed by ViveloHoy on February 12, 2016 about renewing your application for DACA and applying for DACA Advance Parole.  You can watch the interviews on the ViveloHoy site here. Watch ViveloHoy Video on Renewing DACA Watch ViveloHoy Video on DACA Advance Parole  

Senior Supervisory Attorney Leah A. Duckett Interviewed by ViveloHoy on Citizenship

Senior Supervisory Attorney, Leah A. Duckett, was interviewed by ViveloHoy on February 12, 2016 about the importance of applying for citizenship and the process involved.  You can watch the interviews on the ViveloHoy site here. Watch ViveloHoy Video on the Importance of Becoming a U.S. Citizen Watch ViveloHoy Video on the Process of Becoming a […]

General Recent News January 22, 2016

Attorney Kathleen M. Vannucci named a Rising Star in Illinois by Super Lawyers Magazine for the 3rd year in a row!

Attorney Kathleen M. Vannucci has been selected to the 2016 Illinois Rising Stars list for the 3rd year in a row. Congratulations Kathleen! Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Super Lawyers,a Thomson Reuters business, is […]

General Recent News November 9, 2015

Attorney Tess Feldman is Named the 2015-2016 Chair of the Chicago Bar Association Immigration and Nationality Committee

Congratulations to Attorney Tess Feldman for being named the 2015-2016 Chair of the Chicago Bar Association’s Immigration and Nationality Committee.  Each month the Immigration and Nationality Committee hosts a different speaker to cover various topics in immigration law.  The committee puts on their annual CLE Seminar every January.  This year the CLE seminar will take […]

Noticias Recientes Recent News October 14, 2015

New Change LIMITS Early Filing of Adjustment of Status Applications

Today, October 14, 2015, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it will limit when applicants may file an early I-485 Adjustment of Status application, i.e., before the visa has become available, in advance of the applicant’s priority date becoming current. (For an explanation of how the priority date system works, please see our […]