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Over 93% of our clients secure their visa, green card, or citizenship.

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You May Be Eligible to Get a Green Card Now:

Through immediate family
As a “special immigrant”
In a Deportation Court proceeding
After granted refugee/asylee status
As a human trafficking victim
As a victim of abuse
Or other limited bases
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What is The Issue?

A better future for immigration is coming, but you must protect yourself now! Trump is still in power through January, and he will continue to do a lot of damage to U.S. immigration policy, with the risk of changes to actual laws in Congress.

Trump’s Administration pushed a strong anti-immigration agenda for the last four years, and it will take time to undo the damage done. While positive changes are coming as his administration comes to an end, legal immigration is still at risk. If you are undocumented or have only a temporary visa, you must act now! You may be eligible for legal residency. Waiting for Biden to take office is not the right move.

Why Should You Apply for Legal 
Residency Now?

– Immigration processes take many months and even years
– The second wave of COVID can push a limit on immigration
– The election results can lead to immigration instability
Are You Eligible?

How Can You Get Started?

1. Check the list above to identify if you might qualify for a green card
2. Call STERN Law to schedule a consultation
3. Choose STERN Law as your legal advocate
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You can be part of our 
immigration victories:

93% of our clients secure legal status or citizenship
86% of our clients are kept secure with their families
79% of our clients are protected from deportation
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