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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The following is basic information regarding the types of services available and should not be construed as legal advice. The hiring of an attorney is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisements. For further information please contact our office so we can provide you with additional information regarding your specific case.

 

Do I qualify under Obama's new executive actions?

On November 20th, 2014, President Obama announced executive actions that you could benefit from. While specific details have not been announced, what we do know is that it will benefit the parents of US citizen and Permanent Resident children who have lived in the US since January 2010, as well as children who came to the US before age 16 and have been or are currently studying.

These regulations have NOT come into effect yet, and we do not know which forms and fees will be associated! Beware of immigration scams.

How do I change my address with USCIS?

Individuals who have an application and/or petition which has been filed with USCIS but has not yet been decided should notify USCIS of any change of address as soon as possible after moving by completing a Form AR-11.

Click here to change your address with USCIS: http://www.uscis.gov/immigrationaction

Do I have to change my address if I am in Immigration Court removal proceedings?

Within 5 days of your move, you will need to submit either Form EOIR-33/IJ, Change of Address Form, or a EOIR-33/BIA. Click here 
http://www.justice.gov/eoir/eoirforms/eoir33/ICadr33.htm

How do I find the status of a case I have already filed online?

You can find the status of a case that you have already filed by clicking here. You will need your application receipt number which is the 13-character number found on the upper left corner of your receipt notice and begins with three letters such as EAC, WAC, LIN, or SRC. You may also call the National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283 to speak with an immigration representative regarding your case if your case falls o utside the processing times.

How do I find the status of a case I have already filed online?

You can find the status of a case that you have already filed by clicking here. You will need your application receipt number which is the 13-character number found on the upper left corner of your receipt notice and begins with three letters such as EAC, WAC, LIN, or SRC. You may also call the National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283 to speak with an immigration representative regarding your case if your case falls outside the processing times.

How do I find the processing times for USCIS?

To find the current processing dates for forms and applications that have been filed with USCIS District Offices or Service Centers please click here. 

How can I see if a visa is available from the Visa Bulletin?

Visa number eligibility can be found each month at the Department of State website.

How do I get to the USCIS Atlanta District Office?

Click here for driving directions.

How do I get to the Application Support Center for a Biometrics Appointment?

Click here for driving directions.

How do I find a USCIS Civil Surgeon for my medical examination?

Click here for a list of USCIS certified medical examiners.

“Ibrahim & Rao is a team that works together. Whenever I called the office, if Ms. Rao was not there, Anda was able to help me with what I needed. They were patient and Jula did not complain when I called often. They understand that clients are worried about their cases and take time to listen.”

R.S. Atlanta, GA

“Words fail to adequately explain how please my husband and I are that we hired Jessica to help with our immigration case. From our initial consultation to the day my husband got his gc approval, Jessica and Sandy, the front office assistant, have exercised complete professionalism. If we had a question, and we often did, their response, follow-up, communication were always rapid. We always felt taken care off–that we weren’t just “another case.” Jessica’s understanding, sound advice and reassurance, helped us get through the immigration process–a very uncertain and overwhelming journey at times. We can’t say enough about Attorney Wallace, Sandy and the Ibrahim & Rao LLP firm. The client care we received was superior, and we highly recommend Attorney Wallace to anyone who needs help with their immigration case.”

Anonymous

“I was asked to write a testimonial on 8/07, it is 9/20 and I finally got it done. Why so long?? Well I need time to put into words (if I can) how wonderful this firm is. My lawyer’s name is Jam Ibrahim, we came to this firm with a very complicated situation, but when I saw Jama Ibrahim the first time something inside of me got so happy and I knew I could trust him. My family’s prayers had been answered.”

J. Martinez

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