Informational Videos

Videos (in order from newest to oldest):

Attorney Peter Corrales Discusses Recent Changes to Immigration Hardship Waivers (I-601A)- Published 12/05/2016

Immigration Attorney discusses DACA after the 2016 presidential election- Published 12/05/2016

Attorney Discusses The Status of DAPA and the expansion of DACA- Published 03/19/2016

Information About Advanced Parole for those with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)- Published 03/13/2016

Attorney Explains Immigration Home Visits for Certain DACA Recipients (3 Year Work Permits)

Immigration Attorney Discusses K-1 Visas (Fiance Visas)

Attorney Discuss Status of Executive Order and Temporary Injunction

Attorney Discusses the Suspension of Administrative Relief and What it Means

Attorneys Discuss Eligibility for Announced Deferred Action for Parents of Citizens or Residents

Immigration Attorneys Discuss the Expansion of DACA under the new Executive Order

Corrales Law Group Attorneys Discuss The Executive Order President Obama Announced!

Immigration Reform News Part 3- Executive Order?

Tips from an immigration attorney for a USCIS Interview for an adjustment of status based on a family petition

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Renewal FAQs answered By Attorney Peter Corrales

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Renewal Process Explained

 Can you become a permanent resident in the United States if you came without a visa?

 Deferred Action (DACA) Renewal News

 Immigration Benefit for Family Members of US Armed Services- Military Parole In Place

 Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Grant Contest by Corrales Law Group

 Deferred Action (DACA)- Trends and News after one year

 Attorney provides updates on eligibility for Provisional Waivers (I-601A)

 Immigration Reform News Part 2 News and Updates

 Information about the recent decision against DOMA and the impact on immigration law

Attorney Peter Corrales from Corrales Law Group discusses the hotly debated immigration reform bill that is making its way through Congress.

 Can a 21 year old citizen help their parents adjust status through a family petition?

 Deferred Action (DACA): The educational requirement and tools for eligibility

Information about U-visas for victims of criminal activities and requirements for application

The first step to obtaining residency through marriage under the new provisional waiver guidelines

Janice Corrales explains the DACA application process, eligibility requirements, and evidence to send along with application forms.

 A lead attorney from Corrales Law Group explains provisional waivers and how it will change the current process for family based petitions.