In November 2014, Hurwitz Holt, APLC successfully appealed a denied U visa petition on behalf of a long-time client. The U visa is a nonimmigrant (temporary) visa for people who are victims of certain crimes and who cooperate with law enforcement in the investigation and/or prosecution of the crime.
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) - There are about 150,000 undocumented immigrants in San Diego who may be eligible to take advantage of the President Obama's executive order. When the president offered a similar program a few years ago, only about a third of those eligible were willing to take the risk. Immigration advocates hope this time, more immigrants will come out of the shadows.
SAN DIEGO — As thousands of undocumented immigrant parents begin preparations to apply for the president’s new immigration plan, local families say they’re enthusiastic about the prospects of coming out of the shadows and also worried about the barriers they may face.
After President Obama announced his immigration plan this week, communities across the country began making preparations for immigrants who are here illegally to apply for work permits.
Beginning December 4, 2014, Hurwitz Holt, APLC will have free public assessments every Monday at 6:00 p.m. at our office located at 409 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 300, San Diego, California, 92104. No appointment is necessary to attend the free assessment. To schedule a private consultation (for a fee), you may contact our office for an appointment with one of our attorneys at (619) 239-7855.
Hurwitz Holt, APLC's attorney, Matthew G. Holt, is quoted in blog for his response to Rep. Brian Bilbray, R-Solana Beach, who said law enforcement professionals could spot illegal immigrants by the way they dress.
Our own Matthew Holt with Hurwitz Holt APLC was recently voted one of the Best Immigration Lawyers in San Diego
A bill introduced by Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, earlier this month would increase the number of visas available to people with math and science degrees and eliminate a decades-old program that gives people from around the world what could be their only opportunity to come to the country legally.
Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-El Cajon, said Tuesday that he plans to introduce a bill that would expedite the removal of thousands of illegal immigrants whose deportation cases are log-jammed in immigration courts. The announcement comes just days after White House officials announced a plan to review about 300,000 deportation cases and cancel all cases except those of criminal immigrants.