Sue Immigration With Writ of Mandamus In A Million Dollar EB-5 Program Visa Case

In 1987, my clients created a commercial enterprise in California and applied for the EB-5 Visa, but U.S. Immigration never granted them legal status based on their Green Card applications, creating a 17-year delay in immigration […]

L-1B Visa Update

It was announced earlier this year that there will be some changes to the L-1B visa program. The L-1B visa program allows a U.S. employer to transfer a professional employee with specialized knowledge from a foreign office to a U.S. office […]

Immigration Courts Backlogged

Approximately 130 immigration judges can retire by September 30th of this year. Immigration judges are faced with a backlog of more than 450,000 cases around the nation […]

What Is A Sanctuary City?

A sanctuary city is one that has policies to shelter illegal immigrants. San Francisco is one of the cities around the United States that has designated itself a sanctuary city, but there is talk that its policies were ineffective when it came to the shooting of Kathryn Steinle on July 1st committed by Mexican immigrant Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez […]

AB-20 Would Grant Work Permits to Undocumented Immigrant Farm Workers

AB-20, a California State Assembly bill that would grant work permits to undocumented immigrant farm workers and their families […]

Suing The Department of Homeland Security

Warren Law Firm is suing the Department of Homeland Security under the Federal Tort Claims Act for wrongful deportation, wrongful detention and arrest on behalf of our client (name withheld) and her three children […]


DACA, also known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, has been a federal law since 2012. It allows certain undocumented immigrants who entered before their 16th birthday and before 2007 to have a 2 year work permit and exemption from deportation […]

February is Black History Month

February is Black History Month! An annual observance of important people and events in the history of African-American culture and history […]

Why Citizenship Matters

A growing number of Californians wish to become “Foreign Born Mexican Citizens” with dual citizenship. The process has now become “muy facile” with a few documents, a reasonable legal fee, and an investment… From “California’s Dual Citizenship Problem”, by Kyle Brady, July 6, 2011, S.F. Examiner For those Americans of Mexican parentage who wish to […]