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Welcome to The LAW OFFICES OF EUGENE M. PALACIOS

Our goal is to provide our clients with highly personalized, cost-effective, and superior legal services. Unlike other law firms, our clients are not just numbers to us; we believe that each case has a human face and a story to tell. Every time we handle a case, we give it our very best because we treat each case as if it is our very own.

Our Practice Areas

Immigration and Nationality Law

All attorneys associated or affiliated with our firm are licensed and in good standing...
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Divorce

Marital disputes can sometimes result in divorce or dissolution of marriage.
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Bankruptcy

Congress enacted bankruptcy laws to give debtors a financial "fresh start" from troublesome debts.
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Estate Planning

Many people mistakenly think that only rich people or people with large estate need estate planning.
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Contract Drafting / Review

How do you know if you have a good contract? A good contract is a contract that...
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Practice Specialty

Immigration Attorney West Covina

Child Status Protection Act (CSPA)

The Child Status Protection Act (hereafter referred to as “CSPA”) is a very important piece of legislation that was passed by Congress and signed into law by then President George W. Bush on August 06, 2002. Under the CSPA, a child who has turned 21 years old may still be considered a minor child for immigration purposes provided that certain requirements have been complied with. The law was created to provide relief to children who “aged-out” as a result of delays in the processing of visa petitions and applications by the Immigration and Naturalization Services (now U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS).

The Law Offices of Eugene M. Palacios has one of the most successful track records in handling “aging-out” cases. Attorney Palacios has personally helped numerous children who have already turned 21 years old still come to the United States as minor children dependents of their parents pursuant to the provisions of the CSPA.

Let our knowledge, expertise, and experience n handling “aging-out” cases work in your favor. Call us now at 626 331 8188 and schedule your free initial office consultation.

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Immigration Attorney West Covina
24 May
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Under the CSPA, the unmarried child of an alien who was granted asylee or refugee status may be granted the same status if accompanying or following-to-join the parent.
Child Status Protection
18 May
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The CSPA established also new rules in determining whether a child can still be considered as a principal or derivative child beneficiary of a family-based petition...
Immigration Attorney West Covina
12 May
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The CSPA changed the rules on how the age of a child should be computed for immigration purposes.
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6 May
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The Child Status Protection Act, more popularly known as the “CSPA,” is a special law that provides relief to children who “aged-out” or...
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CSPA Enabled 25-year-old Daughter to Get Green Card as Dependent of Father
Katrina is a derivative beneficiary of the approved I-130, Immigrant Petition for Alien Relative that was filed in behalf of her father, Danilo, by her grandfather on October 29, 1988. The petition was initially approved on July 7, 1989. Unfortunately, the petitioner passed away on May 15, 1997 even before...
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