President Biden to legalize Eleven Million Undocumented Immigrants

By Atty. Chris Caday Lozano

President  Joe Biden will fulfill a promise to release on day one a bill to overhaul the U.S. immigration system that offers undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship, expands use of technology at the southern border instead of relying on a wall, and provides foreign aid to Central America.

Biden’s expansive proposal  will be sent to Congress and has already been regarded by several Democrats, immigrant advocates and migration experts as an ambitious marker bill for his immigration agenda. The president is also expected to issue a series of immigration-related executive actions in the coming days.

The central piece of Biden’s plan is to give 11 million undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship. The bill, called the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, would give qualifying immigrants temporary legal status and allow them to apply for green cards after five years if they meet certain requirements. Three years later, they would become eligible to apply for citizenship.  This will make it to eight years total to wait to become a U.S. citizen.

To prevent the influx of immigrants at the border, the applicants must be inside the United States in January 2021.  They should also be of good moral character and pay taxes while in temporary status until the time they apply for U.S. citizenship.  President Biden will also renew the DACA program through executive action.

For those who are covered by this proposed law, it is important to prepare documents to show their presence in the United States such as passport, birth certificate of children, marriage certificate, property ownership, school records, medical records, photos in the U.S. , travel documents, bank accounts, insurance coverage, I-94 and other entry documents.  Once approved this will make it easier and faster to apply.

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Note:  This is not a legal advice and for information only.


1.       For the month of November and December 2020, we received approvals of four K-1 Fiancé visa, five green card applications and one I-601 Hardship waiver.   

2.       For the month of October 2020, we received from USCIS seven approvals of Family petitions, and one Removal of Condition on residence.      

3.       For the month of September 2020, we received three naturalization approvals, four I-130 petition approvals and one DACA approval.

4.       For the month of August 2020, we received three renewals of green card and four naturalization approvals from USCIS.

5.       For the month of July 2020, we received two approvals of Naturalization applications from USCIS.

6.       For the month of June 2020, we received approvals from USCIS two naturalization applications, two renewal of green card and one adjustment of status.

7.       For the month of May 2020, we received approvals from USCIS for three green card renewals, two adjustments of status, and one naturalization application.

8.       for the month of April 2020. We received approval of one adjustment of status, three removal of condition on residence and one renewal of green card.   

9.       For the month of March 2020, we received six Adjustment of Status and three Naturalization approvals from USCIS.

10.     For the month of February 2020, we received approvals from USCIS of  five Adjustment of Status applications and three Naturalization applications.

11.     For the month of January 2020, we received approvals from USCIS of five Adjustments of status applications, three N-400 applications for naturalization and three fiancé visa applications.         

If you have immigration problems the Law Offices of Crispin C. Lozano can help you find a solution before your problem gets worse which could lead to deportation and family separation. 

Chris Caday Lozano, Esq. is an active member of the State Bar of California, the American Immigration Lawyers Association and San Francisco Trial Lawyers.  He practices immigration law, bankruptcy and personal injury law since June 1999.  His contact phone is 1-877-456-9266, email: 

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