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At Gasparian Spivey Immigration, we are passionate about our clients, the law, the state of immigration, our city, and our friends. We'd like to share our passion and thoughts with you, and we welcome your questions and feedback.


How Does the Current Administration Affect Higher Ed?

Feb 21, 2018

We work extensively with students on F-1 and J-1 visa—international students who are understandably feeling the effects of the uncertainty the Trump Administration has created. The future of legal as ...

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Our New Partnership

Feb 20, 2018

On Ash Wednesday in 2015, I launched Gasparian Immigration. It was exhilarating to hang up my own shingle, and it has been a rewarding challenge. Over the last three years, we have had amazing support...

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USCIS Now Takes Credit Cards

Feb 16, 2018

On February 14, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it now accepts credit card payments for filing fees. Before that, applicants had to pay fees by check or money order. N...

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Undocumented Immigrants Good for Tax Base, Could Be Better

Feb 14, 2018

The debate to try to find an immigration reform bill that can get 60 votes has started in the Senate. One persuasive argument that is rarely made in favor of granting undocumented immigrants more perm...

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New National Immigration Vetting Center Prompts Questions, Anxiety

Feb 11, 2018

The budget, DACA negotiations, and White House intrigue pushed the Trump Administration’s announcement of the creation of a National Immigration Vetting Center out of the headlines. On Tuesday, Februa...

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