April 30, 2021

Immigration Law Myths and Misconceptions

Different people may have different experiences when applying for a U.S. visa. Others have no first-hand experience at all and only rely on the stories they […]
April 21, 2021

Defenses Against Deportation

Non-U.S. citizens need a visa to stay in the United States. Foreigners who are in the country to work need an employment visa, for example. However, violating […]
April 15, 2021

2 Types of Immigrant Visa Petitions for Families

Both American citizens and legal permanent residents (green card holders) are allowed to petition their relatives in another country to come and legally live in the […]
January 29, 2021

VAWA Case approved

Eduardo’s* case in immigration court had been shelved under the “administrative closure” option that was available during the Obama era, giving him a certain sense of calm.
January 29, 2021

U Visa Deferred Action

Eva* came to consult with Costas Network after experiencing ineffective assistance from her prior counsel which contributed to the denial of her asylum case. 
January 29, 2021

Two Withholding of Removal Cases won for the same family

Born, raised and killed in Guatemala, this is the story of Luis* and 3 of his children. Luis* had been approached by the criminal organization the Mendoza family.
January 29, 2021

SIJ case approved

Three young children in Ohio can now focus on their schooling without worrying quite so much about their future thanks to the work of Attorney Blumenthal.
January 29, 2021

Request for Evidence case approved

After filing an application with USCIS on her own, Roxana* received a letter informing her that without additional evidence, her application would be denied.
January 29, 2021

National Interest Waiver and Green Card

Attorney Weronika Costas obtained a National Interest Waiver and Green Card for Lena*, a Polish researcher and her husband and son.