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Kate and Fidel join to share some news about updates in the USCIS processes on some cases and the requirement of vaccination at your biometrics appointment.

Austin immigration attorney joins us with Fidel to talk about how to travel as an immigrant during the coronavirus pandemic. Call or text (855) 502-0555 with any questions or concerns.

Austin-based immigration attorney, Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, is joined with her assistant, Fidel Campuzano, on Facebook Live to discuss how immigration cases may be affected in light of the recent pandemic and social distancing guidelines.
If you are concerned about this affecting your immigration case, please call or text(855) 502-0555 We are only accepting virtual consultations at this time. Thank you for doing your part in helping to prevent community spread!

Hello everyone! During this time of quarantine, Lincoln-Goldfinch Law is still working on your cases and will be updating you as much as possible.
Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch is working hard from home and answering your questions regarding immigration appointments and hearings during the COVID19 pandemic. If you are concerned about how this may affect your immigration case, please call or text (855) 502-0555.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch speaks on immigration updates during Coronavirus.
Will unemployment affect public charge? Is ICE still detaining people? Questions or concerns? Call or text (855) 502-0555 to speak to a Lincoln-Goldfinch Law representative today!

This is an English/Spanish video where Kate gives an update on immigration cases related to Coronvirus closures. If you are concerned about how this pandemic has affected your case, please call or text (855) 502-0555 for help today

Please join LGL attorneys Kate, Cori, and Krystal, for a webinar on Wednesday, April 15 at 11:00am central time (Spanish) and 2:00pm central (English), where we will discuss the various ways your status could be affected during this pandemic.

An article published by the Public Security Department of Texas found that between 2015 and 2019, the immigrant community had a 50 percent lower crime rate than those born in the United States. However, despite their lower rate, immigrants have a 40 percent higher chance of going to prison. But, what rights do immigrants have when detained? If I get detained can I still adjust my immigration status? Can I get a pardon if I have a criminal history?

This weekend had some lessons for us that we would like to share with you.

We’re talk about what you guys need to know when you have an interaction with the police. Whether you get pulled over for DWI or it’s on the street or whatever the interaction is.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, Austin Immigration Attorney, is live on Facebook to discuss the latest on DACA. (855) 502-0555.

If you’re an immigrant, this video is for you! Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch explains your rights during an interaction with the police. Please direct your questions or concerns to (855) 502-0555.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch and Fidel Campuzano host a very special Facebook Live to celebrate and announce The Supreme Court ruling against the Trump Administration’s decision to end DACA. (855) 502-0555.

It’s military spouse appreciation day! Let’s talk about immigration benefits for military families. Attorney Kate talks to us about Parole-in-place. Call or send a text with your questions to (855) 502-0555.

For many immigrants living in the United States, access to financial resources and services, such as savings and checking accounts, business loans, and home mortgages, is very difficult to acquire. Some of the reasons why immigrants have less access to financial institutions can be limited English language proficiency, lack of experience with American banking institutions, and the requirement for a Social Security Number.

Financial Tips For Immigrants (10/18/21 – 33:10)

The purpose of our program is for you to know what’s going on and what’s new for immigrants, and in general information that is beneficial to your life. That’s why today we were talking about financial wellness for immigrants.

Taxes! (1/06/21 – 38:32)

We talk with Stephanie Chavarria from Foundation Communities about what immigrants need to know about filing taxes.

Attorney Kate and Fidel Campuzano talk about DACA, TPS, asylum and deportation hearings updates.

There are a lot of reasons people decide not to seek help when filing for an immigration process. People may believe it’s cheaper or easier to file for an immigration process on their own, however, trying to file for an immigration process on your own can waste your time, money and effort. There are currently many social media platforms that make it very easy for people to share details about their lives. Now, more than ever before, it is easy for people to gather and share information on online forums about their experiences with (or doubts in) the immigration system.

In 2015, the United States legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states with a historic Supreme Court ruling. Five years later, in May 2020, Costa Rica also legalized same-sex marriage, becoming the first Central American country to do so. However, there are many countries that do not recognize LGBTQ+ relationships, and even punish people for being openly part of the LGBTQ+ community.

The COVID-19 pandemic caused government services offices to shut or slow down much of their operations for months on end. Even as these offices have reopened and moved to hire more workers to help with the work backlog, the sheer number of immigration petitions have not stopped.

The Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is a tax-processing number issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to ensure that anyone residing in the United States regardless of immigration status is able to pay taxes. The ITIN program was introduced in July 1996, and has allowed undocumented immigrants to pay billions in taxes annually for nearly 26 years. Undocumented immigrants pay more than $11 billion a year in state and local taxes, according to a 2017 Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy report. Research shows that if immigrants were granted a pathway to legal immigration status, the tax contribution would increase by $2.1 billion. 💸 But, what is the purpose of paying taxes? How can I request an ITIN from the IRS? What if I send money back to my home country –do I need to report that too?

Employment Based Immigration (7/07/21 – 22:32)

“Immigration updates on USCIS delays, more updates and a little talk about T-Visa.
Attorneys Kate and Sonia join to explain all the types of immigration based on employment and the visas you can get out of them in the US.

“Immigration updates on USCIS delays, more updates and a little talk about T-Visa.
Join us, leave us your comments and questions and share this video with someone who needs to know this. For a free consultation call or text: (855) 599-8500

New News for TPS! - LGL (3/10/21 – 13:10)

“Attorney Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch shares the latest update about TPS. Leave us your comments or call (855) 599-8500 to ask us your questions.”

“We want to tell you about the latest updates on the Immigration Reform Bill that Biden proposed since his first day in office.
Asks us your questions, share your comments with us. Give us a call: (855) 599-8500”

We’re talking about some of the things you can do when a loved one is detained by an agent of law enforcement. Call or text us: (855) 599-8500.

We are giving you some recommendations to start and prepare for whatever may come with Biden’s immigration reform.

Today is the first day of Biden’s administration and we have some breaking news for you.

We share with you some news about Biden’s plan to announce an immigration reform package bill. And about some of the cases’ processing times.

We let you know what documents you need when you’re starting your case. Call or text us: (855) 599-8500.

Wrap Up 2020 (12/30/20 – 43:28)

We are wrapping up 2020, taking a look into policies and talking about a look ahead to 2021 under Biden.

Immigration Scams! (12/21/20 – 28:23)

Attorney Kate tells us about the different kind of scams that exist in the immigration world.

The New Citizenship Test! (12/21/20 – 11:17)

Attorney Kate answers all your questions and discussed the new citizenship exam.

Attorney Kate and Fidel Campuzano talk about what changes we can expect in 2020 and 2021 and how we should prepare.

Attorney Kate tells us about the importance of including all the requested information in order to have a successful case that can be processed as quickly as possible.

How Long Will My Case Take (12/20/20 – 2:59)

Attorney Kate tells us about how each case is different and why it is good to consult with a professional and not rely on the comments and experiences of other people.

Abogada Kate answers your questions regarding how this upcoming presidential election may or may not affect your case. Please do not wait for the results of this election to file your immigration application.

Austin Immigration Attorney Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch is live every Tuesday on Facebook!

Our client Aaron got his greencard this week! He’s live with us today to share his experience with the immigration process. Be sure to share this video with a friend who may need this information! If you have more questions for Kate, call or text us at 512-599-8500

DACA UPDATE: Yesterday, a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to start accepting initial DACA applications! In this video, Immigration Attorney Kate, her assistant Roxana, and baby Winnie discuss what this means and how to prepare.

Kate and Elizabeth debrief after a legal visit at the Hutto Women’s Detention Center where they meet with moms whose kids were taken.

If you are thinking about your money constantly, feel you can’t rest, or you feel like you’re consantly drowning, and what you want is a fresh start and to be able to take care of yourself and your family without living an extravagant life, call Lincoln-Goldfinch Law now.

For so many years now, people have tried to sue other people, companies, or even the government for many different reasons. It is estimated that every year, over 40 million lawsuits are filed just in the US. alone. Some lawsuits have a huge social impact, such as Roe v. Wade, and others have permanently affected how justice is achieved. One example is the 1966 decision in Miranda v. Arizona, which gave us the “Miranda Warning,” a right that coined the phrase “You have the right to remain silent” and so forth. While 40 million lawsuits may seem like a lot, in reality, only a portion of those lawsuits ever go to trial. The rest are settled out of court, either through mediation, arbitration, or settlement discussions.

During the 1950s, many banks were trying to create new ways to calculate and determine the risk of giving a loan to a person with the use of a computer –in a way, they were trying to redefine creditworthiness as abstract statistical risk. While it did take a long time to implement, during the late 1990s, and with the help of computer engineering, FICO created a new way to grade people based on debt, location, and even job. In 2022, we now call this system “The Credit Score.” However, while the system may be seen as innocent, at times it can be troublesome. Imagine if you, one day you decide to rent an apartment, have the money and you are ready to sign that lease agreement, however, you are denied and the landlord says: “It’s because you don’t have good credit.” This is the reality for so many hard-working people who are just trying to get by, and when you have debt and a bad credit score, it can get worse.

When people file for bankruptcy, many would often think about the present or future. Often, they would ask themselves questions like: “Where will my family sleep?” “Will filing for bankruptcy make me lose the house?” “Will my car be taken away from me?”. When you are experiencing a tough life situation, it is normal to feel anxiety about the future. However, sometimes the worries can become overwhelming, and may make us think certain actions are good ideas, when in fact, they can harm your case if you decide to pursue bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is just a financial tool, and it is a right that everyone in The United States of America has access to. Bankruptcy can give you safeguards for you and your family. It is not as scary as it has been made out to be. However, while bankruptcy can provide relief for many dealing with crushing debt, it is what happens prior to filing a case that can determine how smoothly bankruptcy goes.

For a lot of people, bankruptcy is the last thing people do after being crushed by debt for many years. While debt can come from many sources, we know for certain that debt consolidation rarely results in the solution that was promised. Maybe you have attempted debt consolidation–alone or with a company–and you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy. Or, perhaps or you are thinking about debt consolidation but you’re not sure. In this episode, Bankruptcy Attorney Amy will talk to us about what you can expect from debt consolidation, what happens when you file a bankruptcy after attempting debt consolidation, and the pros and cons of each.

The 1800’s American humorist Henry Wheeler Shaw once said “Debt is like any other trap, easy enough to get into, but hard enough to get out of.” Debt is not a new concept; it has existed for many years from Mesopotamia to Ancient Greece and all the way to modern America. Debt always be alive and well. For many years the Creditors had all the tools and the power to control your debt to the point where even our Founding Father Benjamin Franklin said “Creditors have better memories than debtors.” Luckily, with debt came the tool that we call bankruptcy, a tool that over 400,000 people have used in 2021 alone.

Whether it runs on petrol, diesel, electric, or it’s a hybrid, a car is one of the most important things you can own. For better or for worse, car manufacturers such as Volkswagen, Ford, and Nissan have impacted society and accelerated us to new technologies that will forever change the way we use transportation.It is estimated that in 2020, there were almost 228.2 million licensed drivers in the United States alone. For many, a car is a must-have –many use a car to drive to work, or others use it to transport their children to school, or some in most recent years even live in their car. However, despite the necessity of a car, not many people can afford one, and when they can’t, they often turn to car loans

In 2020, the U.S. Small Business Administration estimated that from 2000 to 2019, small businesses created 10.5 million net new jobs, while large businesses created 5.6 million. Since 2000, small businesses have accounted for 65.1% of net new job creation. However, amid the pandemic, America’s small businesses were one of the hardest-hit sectors, and it is believed that over 34% of all small businesses are still closed due to COVID-19 as of 2022. In fact, San Francisco is one of the most affected metro areas, with a 48% closure rate of small businesses. In the State of Texas, San Antonio had a closure rate of 40%. Simply put, many businesses just were not prepared to handle such a massive shutdown on the global economy. However, this does not mean that small businesses are out of luck.

In almost every situation when someone has debt there will always be a Creditor, also known as a lender and a Debtor. The Creditor can be anyone from a bank, to someone you may personally know. Creditors make money by charging interest on the loans they offer their clients. For example, if a creditor lends a borrower $5,000 with a 5 percent interest rate, the lender–or creditor–gets their money back, plus the 5% interest rate. In some states, they could be entitled to garnish your wages in some cases up to 25 percent, if something were to happen.

Did you know that Bankrupcy had been around since the Medieval period? In fact, bankrupcy in the United States has been around since 1803. Throughout the ages, many people have used this powerful financial tool, from celebrities like Brendan Fraser, 50 Cent, Nicholas Cage and Mike Tyson, to American presidents like Abraham Lincoln and Donald Trump. Although bankruptcy is a great tool that can help anyone in the United States get a fresh financial start, it does have its limitations, such as with fraud.

Undergoing bankruptcy proceedings can be a very emotionally difficult situation, and adding a divorce on top of that does not make it any easier.
According to data from the United States Census Bureau, the average age for couples going through their first divorce is 30 years old. Moreover, nearly 50 percent of all marriages in the United States end in divorce or separation. In fact, every 42 seconds, there is one divorce in the US. A survey from the US Census Bureau also found that the top three reasons for divorces are incompatibility (43%), infidelity (28%), and money issues (22%).

It is estimated that 9 percent of adults, or nearly 23 million Americans, have some form of medical debt, ranging from $250 to $2,000. 1 percent of Americans owe more than $10,000, according to government data. In 2019, it is estimated that the collective American medical debt totaled out to at least $195 billion.

1 in 8 Americans have student loan debt, according to US Census data. That’s 43 million people, or 12.9 percent of the American population. Collectively, they held a total of $1.6 trillion in student loan debt as of March 31, 2021. The greatest amount, a staggering $600 billion, is owed by those between the ages of 35 to 49 years old. Black Americans borrow more often and in greater amounts, in comparison to other races and ethnicities. Additionally, among all borrowers, women typically borrow more for a college education than men –and attain a higher number of degrees, as well. Student loans are notoriously difficult to pay off, much less wipe out. So, can bankruptcy help with discharging student loan debt? Does student debt and student loan forgiveness affect every American equally? And, what exactly is The Brunner Test?

Benjamin Franklin once said: “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” An estimated 11.23 million Americans owed a total of more than $125 billion in back taxes to the federal government in 2019, according to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) data, and growing even more ever since the pandemic has started. Adding further difficulties into the mix have been tax deadline extensions, mid-tax season changes in taxable unemployment benefits, an advance Child Tax Credit, and stimulus payment recoveries through filing taxes.

Since 2022 began, there has been an average of 1,310 Bankruptcy filings per day across the United States. Filing for bankruptcy has a bad reputation in many circles, and a large part of the reason why people say bankruptcy is bad is because they don’t understand the process. There are different types of bankruptcy designed to meet an individual’s specific financial needs. Chapter 13, also known as a “wage earner’s plan” is a type of bankruptcy that allows individuals to develop a plan to repay all or part of their debts over the course of 3-5 years. But, what exactly is a Chapter 13 Plan? How does it work? What happens if I lose my job? Can a Chapter 13 plan help me with foreclosure, tax debt or child support? This week, our Bankruptcy Attorney Amy Wilburn continues the discussion of Chapter 13, the repayment plan, and how Bankruptcy can be a valuable financial tool for you.

Ask The Experts | Chapter 13 (2/12/22 – 26:47)

Our Attorney Amy Wilburn is here to share her knowledge with us again, this time we’re talking about another type of Bankruptcy Solutions, only one more of the many tools for debt relief we can file for.

Ask The Experts | Chapter 7 (1/15/22 – 29:29)

Have you tried everything to catch up on your debt but still can’t seem to manage? If you’ve exhausted all your options, Bankruptcy and specifically Chapter 7 might be the next option to consider. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a legal process that can help individuals get relief from debts by discharging or clearing some or all of what’s owed.

As forbearance programs come to an end and people go back to dealing with their mortgages, there’s an expected rapid and dramatic increase in foreclosure proceedings. Bankruptcy Attorney Amy Wilburn helps us understand more about foreclosures by answering questions and explaining what can be helpful when you’re facing this critical situation.

Our Bankruptcy Attorney Amy Wilburn will help us clear our doubts regarding Evictions and what we can do to prevent that dreadful situation. If you ever had doubts about how can Bankruptcy help you fix your finances, or what Chapter works best for you. Or even, if you’re just curious about this, this is your show!

We’re premiering a new radio station for our Bankruptcy Division. Bankruptcy Attorney Amy Wilburn teaches us a little about Bankruptcy, details, pros, and cons, and answers a few more questions.

Our Bankruptcy Attorney Amy Wilburn shares with us very important information about Debt Relief, how it works, and also some insights on Financial Tips and how to handle our personal economics or use Bankruptcy to our full advantage and achieve Financial Freedom.

In today’s transmission, we will be talking about adjustments of status or green card through family members. But, right now we have really special guests in this special place called “El Show Sin Fronteras”.

Are you worried about paying your bills? In this English video, we discuss our new area of practice, aimed at helping people who cannot keep up with their monthly bills and expenses.

Kate is joined by her husband Joshua Meyer to talk about your options for debt relief! We are now ready to serve your financial needs so give us a call or text today to get started on your path to financial freedom.

An Austin Texas bankruptcy and immigration law firm you can rely on! (855) 502-0555.

This is where it all started in driving our decision to get into the practice area of Bankruptcy, experiencing first hand in our own family the life changing impacts of starting over can provide! (855) 502-0555.

One of the most frequent confusions amongst immigrants is the differences between a deportation order, a voluntary departure, and an expedited departure. Sometimes these three procedures are mistaken for being the same thing. However, the reality is that these are three different procedures with very different migratory consequences. Leaving the United States is a common fear among immigrants, more when we are talking about deportation, or if we have to leave because there is no other choice. No matter the circumstances, being separated from our loved ones is always hard.

Title 42 is one of the biggest anti-immigrant policies to come out of the Trump administration. Originally, Title 42 was enacted as part of the Public Health Service Act of 1944 as a response to World War II. On March 20, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Robert Redfield authorized the use of Title 42 to “expel” migrants seeking asylum in as little as 15 minutes in order to control the spread of COVID-19.

A pair of Ukrainian-American twins were less than two weeks old, born prematurely via surrogate near Kyiv, Ukraine, when the city turned into a war zone. Lenny and Moishe were born at 32 weeks, and needed intensive care due to their premature birth. The hospital in Kyiv had no bomb shelter and no basement, and were in grave danger. Although the twins were born US citizens, getting them to the safety of their parents in the United States was no easy feat legally. Our very own Abogada Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, alongside VECINA CEO Lindsay Goldford Gray, led the immigration law aspect of the rescue mission.

Work Permits (4/24/21 – 27:44)

We are talking about work permits in general. What are they? When you receive one? What happens after?

If you have any questions about the process after being detained if you are an immigrant leave us your comments, call or text us to receive a free consultation (855) 599-8500

Austin Immigration Attorney, Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, discusses the latest news on TPS for Venezuelans.
Three things to know about TPS:
1. Anyone from Venezuela or who lived in Venezuela before coming to the United States is elegible to apply.
2. You must have entered before March 8, 2021.
3. It will last for 18 months.

My TPS or DACA status might be ending. What will happen to me?

In this Facebook Live we have an update on the latest TPS ruling, trafficking visas, and what to do if you are in an accident on the job with special guest Cristina Garcia-Chappell! If you have any questions on anything that was mentioned in this video, please call or text us at 512-599-8500.

What is going with work permits for asylum seekers? Kate explains the new regulations. The important date to keep in mind is August 25th, which is when everything shifts. Make sure you get your case in!

Bringing peace to immigrant families!

In this video, we’ll provide updates on the City of Austin COVID threat level, updates on immigration case processing and filing fees, and we have a special guest from the Austin Police Department who will discuss how to file police reports when you have been a crime victim.

What immigration options are there for the LGBTQ+ community? Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch and Fidel Campuzano break it down. (855) 502-0555.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch discusses options for immigrants who may be stuck at home in an abusive situation. Call or text 512-599-8500 if you believe you may be eligible for VAWA.

Hoy estamos en vivo con la abogada de accidentes, Laura Ramos James de Ramos James Law, PLLC. Estaremos hablando de los derechos de los inmigrantes indocumentados cuando se encuentran en un accidente automovilístico. Comparten este video con un amigo que necesite esta información! Si tienes otras preguntas llama o manda un mensaje al (855) 502-0555.

When somebody has been in the United States without permission, they may need to obtain a waiver when they are looking to gain legal status. Every type of case comes with different waivers and it’s essential to understand when we may need one. Waivers are especially essential when we talk about family petitions and individuals that may have a bar within their immigration history. Perhaps you are wondering if you can help a family member get a waiver or if you need one.

Leaving the United States is a fear many immigrants have, and sometimes they have to face that fear if they wish to obtain legal status in the United States, through what is called the “Consular Process.” The Consular Process is the procedure of applying for an immigrant visa in a foreign country. It is commonly used when the immigrant is obtaining status through a family petition. In the United States, there are approximately 16.2 million people who live in mixed-status families. For families, one of the hardest parts of obtaining legal status is being separated during this process that feels like a lot of unknowns.

The increase of migrants coming to the United States from Latin America, the Caribbean, and Asia in the past couple of years has brought multiple economic benefits to the country, and it has also grown the number of mixed-status families which has reached 10 million during the last years. A mixed status marriage is made up of one foreign-born and one native-born spouse. When one of the spouses lives abroad, there is an option to provide legal status for the foreign citizen. The K-1 visa permits the migrant to travel to the United States and marry their U.S. citizen sponsor. K-1 nonimmigrant status automatically expires after 90 days and cannot be extended. In these 90 days, the couple must marry so the migrant can obtain permanent residence. But, what happens exactly in the K-1 “fiance” visa? What happens if you don’t get married? Is there a way to obtain a waiver?

Those who are looking to obtain a green card through marriage must convince the U.S immigration authorities that they are married in “good faith” and not just to obtain an immigration benefit. If an officer suspects that a marriage may not be in good faith, they can schedule what is known as a Stokes Interview. The Stokes interview is a couple’s second evaluation to convince the USCIS officer of their good faith marriage. Unfortunately, many couples, think that because they are in a true and loving marriage, that they do not need to spend time gathering evidence of their good faith marriage, and preparing for the interview.

A Conditional Green Card provides a two-year residency to a person married to a U.S Citizen. During these two years, the couple must build a record to prove a good faith marriage. According to USCIS, a small percentage of marriage-based Green Card applications are fraudulent. Less than one percent of these applications are declined for fraud. At the end of the two years, the couple must file a Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, known as Form I-751. It’s important to note that while a Green Card can be renewed every 10 years, a Conditional Green Card cannot be renewed. Other than that, and in most cases, a Conditional Resident has the same rights as a Green Card holder.

In 2019, it was estimated that 17.8 million children in the United States had at least one foreign-born parent –including parents who became naturalized citizens, lawful permanent residents, or were undocumented immigrants. For millions of US-born children, the worry that their parents may be taken away by immigration can be all-consuming. But, what can the children of immigrants do to ensure their parents are safe? What are the requirements in order to petition a Green Card for a parent? What is an I-130?

We talk about the removal of conditions on a green card that affects a lot of people and there’s lots of questions about it when we have one of this cases.
We give you all the answers to your questions like “”What happens when you get a greencard through marriage and it is only a two year greencard? Then what? What does that look like?

Attorney Kate tells us a little more about her experience with the consular process, how it is carried out and what it represents, and how her office makes sure that your process is safe.

Attorney Kate tells us about the differences between adjustment of status and the consular process, and which are the scenarios that make us qualify for these processes.

In this video, we discuss how to petition for your child. How do we do that? How long does it take?

Austin immigration attorney, Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, is live on Facebook to discuss Adjustment of Status. I am applying for my green card. What is the process like? Can I travel while my case is pending?

If you have a two year green card, what happens if your marriage doesn’t work out? Plus, The student visa regulation about online classes impacts all F-1 students – watch for what you need to know!

After several years of living in the United States, permanent residents can obtain citizenship. A study conducted by Educational Partners International shows that immigrants who become citizens increase their income by 5%.
Unfortunately, according to the statistics, naturalization rates are low. It’s estimated that there are more than 7 million people in the United States that may qualify for obtaining citizenship; however, on average, USCIS only receives 700,000 applications per year.
If you have the opportunity to apply for citizenship, we encourage you to do it because becoming a citizen can give you more security and peace of mind, not only for yourself but for your family as well.

Fidel Campuzano joins Kate to talk about how to become a citizen so you can vote! Watch this video to learn the difference between acquired and derived citizenship and naturalization.

Kate and Roxana discuss the citizenship process. Our Lincoln-Goldfinch Law team joins us today answering citizenship questions and talking about the process from personal experience.

Lincoln-Goldfinch Law is so excited for 2023! We are even more excited to share our favorite stories, hopes for next year and more with you all today! We are so happy and thankful to be a part of the wonderful LGL community alongside you. Join us (Tania, Fidel and Jenny) for this very special episode of The Goldie Show that you won’t want to miss!

Federal Judge Andrew Hanen has decided that DACA is illegal. Only those who submit their application to DACA for the first time are being affected – We’re here to let you know more details on this ruling and give you enough information so that you feel safe taking your personal decisions.

DACA (5/19/21 – 25:35)

Join us this morning while we discuss important information and details from DACA.

What do you know about the dreamers? We want to share with you more advantages you can take while awaiting your legal status.

Attorney Kate tells us about the news about DACA, the order of Homeland Security, requirements and advance parole.

Hi friends! We are receiving many questions about who can file an initial DACA application. This is an English video of general immigration updates where I explain who should file for a new application, what the deal is with USCIS workers who will be furloughed in August, and what Trump’s recent Executive Orders mean for the foreseeable future.

English Video: Immigration Attorney Kate gives an update on DACA. If you have any questions please comment below or call our office at (855) 502-0555.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, Austin Immigration Attorney, is live on Facebook to discuss the latest on DACA.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, Austin Immigration Attorney, is live on Facebook to discuss the latest on DACA.

DACA UPDATE: Yesterday, a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to start accepting initial DACA applications! In this video, Immigration Attorney Kate, her assistant Roxana, and baby Winnie discuss what this means and how to prepare.

Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch and Fidel Campuzano host a very special Facebook Live to celebrate and announce The Supreme Court ruling against the Trump Administration’s decision to end DACA. (855) 502-0555.

I debated Stephen Miller on border immigration policies and in spite of being interrupted and talked over, I’m grateful to have had a chance to speak the truth.

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