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Below you will find a list of resources with a brief explanation of what it is and how it can help you.

Reyes Legal provides these resources to you as general information to help you get a better understanding of the questions you may have.

However, every immigration case is fact-specific and requires detailed legal attention. It is not recommended that you used these resources as your sole basis of guidance. Please call the office at 904.513.4455 so we can determine whether we can help you.

  • U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS):

    This is the official website of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) for the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services. Here, you can obtain general information about the different types of immigration processes. (Este sitio web está disponible en español.)

  • Case Status Update:

    If you have a pending case with USCIS, you can check that status of that case here. All you need to do is insert the receipt number located in the Notice of Action that USCIS sends you.

  • Department of State (DOS):

    The Department of State plays a key role in administering the laws and policies on the admission of individuals into the U.S. The DOS’s Bureau of Consular Affairs (Consular Affairs) is responsible for issuing visas for individuals that are not currently legally residing in the U.S. Here, you can get general information on the consular process.

  • Visa Bulletin:

    The Visa Bulletin is a publication from the Department of State providing an updated “Priority Date” list for the individuals subject to the immigration quota system.

  • Immigration Reform:

    If you are interested in learning what the White House is doing to fix our broken immigration system, click here for general information on immigration reform.