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Meet the Antonini & Cohen Team: Sara Edwards

Meet the Antonini & Cohen Team: Sara Edwards

Sara Edwards joined Antonini & Cohen as a paralegal in 2013—just as Carolina Antonini and Marshall Cohen combined firms. The new, expanded practice gave Sara the chance to put her advanced Spanish interpreting skills to good use while learning the ins and outs of...

Green Card Categories and What They Mean

You have a lawful permanent resident card (green card) but you do not know under what category you received the status. This handy list can help you determine the program under which you adjusted. Any attorney helping you pursue naturalization, family petitions and...

February 2018 Success Stories

We are so happy to be able to reunite the Garcia family after more than 15 years apart! With help from immigration attorneys Carolina Antonini and Kathleen Hoyos, Eulalia Garcia Jacinto was able to complete the family petition process and bring her son Enrique Escobar Garcia to the U.S. from Guatemala. Congratulations!

DACA Reinstated, at Least Temporarily

The Trump White House attempted to end DACA on September 5, 2017. Soon after, several states sued in federal court to stop termination of DACA. This past week the court ruled that USCIS must continue to accept certain DACA applications, as detailed below. On Saturday, January 13, 2018 USCIS stated that “until further notice…the DACA policy will be operated on the terms in place before it was rescinded on Sept. 5, 2017.” Please click here to read USCIS’s announcement.

5 Hardship Factors That Could Help Your Waiver Application

If you or a loved one are dealing with immigration status issues, then you need to know about hardship waivers. What is an extreme hardship waiver? Basically, it is an application you must file to show that your qualifying relatives (usually a parent or spouse who is a legal resident or a U.S. citizen) would suffer if the person seeking immigration status is not allowed to live in the United States.

Meet the Antonini & Cohen Team: Gwynne Davis

As the senior paralegal at Antonini & Cohen, Gwynne Davis brings a plethora of experience to the firm to assist our clients and train our paralegals. Gwynne was born and raised in Atlanta and graduated high school from Riverwood in Sandy Springs. During college, she had the opportunity to live with a host family in Mexico City. Her Spanish language skills strengthened dramatically because of this experience, as her host family (including their three adult daughters) did not speak English.

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