APRIL 2020
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In order to prevent the spread of COVID/19, the Mubarak Law team members have been working remotely. Our office is completely operational, however, we have temporarily suspended in-person meetings. If you have a case with our office, please rest assured we are continuing to work on all cases. Fortunately, our office has the technology in place that allows us to work remotely. We are still having many consultations on virtual platforms, feel free to contact us to schedule. We appreciate your patience during this time. These steps are necessary for the safety of our clients, and our office team members. We hope you and your loved ones remain safe and healthy during this difficult time.
As of March 18, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has temporarily suspended routine in-person services through at least May 3 to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). USCIS staff will continue to perform mission critical duties that do not involve contact with the public. However, USCIS will provide emergency services for limited situations.
News and Updates πŸ“°
  • Florida Governor RonDeSantis signed a stay-at-home order for the entire state of Florida; residents can go out for essential activities only. You can find the full Executive Order by clicking here;

  • F-1 Students may request employment authorization to work off-campus if experiencing severe economic hardship because of unforeseen circumstances beyond their control (if certain regulatory requirements are met);

  • Given the circumstances, foreigners in the US with ESTA may be allowed to obtain a "satisfactory departure". Contact us if you need help with this;

  • Visa tracker is an app where you can check your case updates, access the visa bulletin (March is now available), and read news related to immigration matters in the United States. Click here to download the app in the Apple Store or Google Play.
  • ο»ΏYou can now make your monthly payments online, click here to make a payment today.
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10 Things To Do With the Kids at Home
1. Set up a treasure hunt. Hide a few items at the house and keep the kids occupied for a few hours;

2. Bake with your kids. Cookies, cake, pies. Baking can be a good opportunity for a lesson to them.

3. Train your dog. Use the free time to start training your dog or improve his training skills.

4. Play. It can be cards, board games or, video games.

5. Take the kids for a walk . It is free!

6. Practice instruments. If your kids are learning any instrument, this can be a good time for them to practice more.
7. Watch movies. Let them pic their favorite titles.

8. Gardening basics. Plant a garden with the kids, show them how to take care of the garden, teach the name of the plants.

9. Create your own book club. Read with your kids and talk about the book they read.

10. Call family members on video. Keep the kids connected with the family.
Case of the Month

Attorney Mubarak represented this individual for several years. We are very happy to see that she has completed the final step of this journey.

Congratulations Reem!!
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Tips to Keep Active at Home πŸ‹οΈ
The coronavirus outbreak has impacted in everyone's life. With most of businesses and only a few activities considered essential, we decided to list a few tips to help you keep active:

β—‹ Read.

β—‹ Go for a walk, run or outdoor exercises.

β—‹ Exercise.

β—‹ Check for free yoga classes online.

β—‹ Be careful with your diet.


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