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Sound Immigration began with a simple but radical idea. We’re not interested in “the way things have always been done.” Instead, we care about what’s best – for our clients and for the lawyers who serve them.

Traditional law firms are bloated with inefficiency and waste. Lawyers spin their wheels using outdated technology and terrible project management skills. Meanwhile, clients are left to talk to support staff, because their lawyer is too busy playing catch-up.

We went in a different direction.

We embrace technology and innovation at every turn. We constantly ask how we can use new tools to improve our client’s experience. We borrow from disciplines like Agile project management and design thinking to challenge the way law is traditionally practiced.

Basically, we built a better law firm.

Our clients work can work seamlessly with their attorney from anywhere in the world.  A client communicates directly with her individual immigration attorney – never with paralegals or support staff. We work at lightening speed to deliver outstanding service in a fraction of the time that other firms may take.

Our latest updates.

U.S. immigration policy and COVID-19

(Updated June 20, 2020). Yesterday I was asked to do a podcast interview about the Supreme Court’s new DACA decision, and on other things that have changed in immigration since COVID-19. So much has happened in the past few months…

The Supreme Court’s DACA Decision – what this means for you and FAQs

Today the Supreme Court made its ruling in DHS v. University of California, addressing the legality of the Trump Administration’s decision to end DACA. No. 18-587, 591 U.S. ___ (2020). In short, the Court held that the Trump Administration acted…

Get a free copy of your immigration file with our new (free) FOIA generator

We’ve created a new (free) tool that allows you to request an official copy of your USCIS immigration file. Just fill out this short online questionnaire and our website will email you a customized FOIA request, ready to file. You’ll…

COVID-19 Travel Ban – What you need to know

Late in the evening of April 20, 2020, President Trump announced by Tweet that he would be stopping all immigration to the U.S. due to the COVID-19 crisis. Two days later an executive order or “proclamation” was signed. I’ll be…

Does the Covid stimulus check or unemployment insurance create a public charge issue?

As we head together into this time of global crisis, the technicalities of U.S. immigration law may not be the first thing on your mind. But judging from some emails I’ve been getting, many of you are looking ahead to…

What is the Form I-944, Declaration of Self-Sufficiency?

The Form I-944, Declaration of Self-Sufficiency is a new USCIS form that will be required in adjustment of status (green card) applications. The form and official instructions are available below. This post will be updated with analysis once we are…

What are public charge bonds?

The Trump administration recently announced changes to “public charge” inadmissibility. One of the major changes in U.S. immigration law is that some immigrants will not be required to post financial bonds as a pre-condition to getting green cards. Here’s what…

DHS Public Charge Rule – Analysis of Final Rule

Today the Department of Homeland Security announced the publication of its new rule on Public Charge inadmissibility. The initial notice of rulemaking was issued in October 2018. See this post for an in-depth analysis of the rule as originally proposed…

USCIS to roll back self-scheduled “InfoPass” appointments

USCIS Announced today that it will end the availability of self scheduled appointments at its field offices. The InfoPass System currently being used for people to sell schedule an appointment in order to check on case status, ask questions about…

USCIS updates policy on medical exams (Form I-639)

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced yesterday that it is changing its rules on the validity period for medical exams. The new guidelines take effect almost immediately on November 1, 2018. The announcement changes how long a medical exam – completed…

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