An estimated 25,000 families in public housing are of mixed-status, meaning that at least one family member is a citizen, legal permanent resident, or refugee and another member is undocumented. Although undocumented immigrants do not qualify for housing benefits, current rules allow them to live […]
Under a new guidance issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), immigrants may find themselves barred from obtaining citizenship if they possess or use marijuana—even if doing so is legal where they live. The new policy also clarifies that even employment in the industry can […]
Pamela was so wonderful in successfully helping me acquire my green card. She responded quickly and took action immediately. Even when she had not heard back from the US Immigration office, she would update me on this. She also knew when her help was no longer needed and charged and billed appropriately. Pamela gently guided me to my next independent steps. Thank you so much Pamela.
Professional and Prompt
It was a pleasure working with Pamela Hartman. The whole process of applying for a Green Card takes a long time and it helps a lot when you are fortunate enough to work with someone professional like Pamela. Although I used to live in a completely different time zone I always received answers to my questions within the very same day. I am so happy and grateful that everything worked out and I can only recommend working with Pamela Hartman!
Anna Julia Kapfelsperger, Actress
Approved for Asylum
I am from Iraq. I hired Pamela Hartman to represent me in my asylum case. She was awesome. She was honest with me and she advised me to do everything the right way. I felt at ease with her and was very satisfied. I want to recommend anyone or any Iraqi people to hire her because she’s an honest person. I am thankful to her and James, her assistant.