KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE OR DOES THIS DESCRIBE YOU?
Entered the U.S. with no documentation (no visa)
Entered the U.S. with a tourist, student, or other visa and stayed after it expired
Entered the U.S. as a child with parents and no documentation (no visa)
Entered the U.S. as a child with no parents or documentation (no visa) and are still under the age of 18
Smuggled into the U.S. and are/were forced into the sex or labor industry
Married a Citizen or Green card holder (LPR) and are/were abused in the relationship
Trump has ordered the cancellation of Temporary Protected Status (TPS); what are your options?
LEARN ABOUT YOUR OPTIONS OR HELP SOMEONE
YOU KNOW TO BECOME DOCUMENTED
THE FIRST BOOK ON IMMIGRATION FOR EVERYONE!
This book distills the complexity of immigration law into useful tips and practical guidance. It's designed for the average non-legal person to understand what it takes for an undocumented person to become documented, your rights, and how not to be detained.
If you are undocumented and are looking for answers, or you are a citizen and wanting to help, this book is for you.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
✓ The 17 ways you can become documented
✓ How to lay low and not get caught by ICE
✓ How to know if ICE is looking for you
✓ Know your rights and how to use them
✓ How to be prepared if ICE detains a family member
✓ Trump has cancelled TPS with most countries. You have options
✓ Learn the right way to tell your Asylum story
✓ How to represent yourself in court or at an interview
✓ Finding a good lawyer and avoid being ripped off by bad lawyers or Notary’s
FIND IT ON AMAZON IN ENGLISH
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Available on Amazon - English or Spanish
BACKGROUND: Sabine Wiesemeyer and Andy Wiesemeyer-Kruse have traveled and lived around the world, where they have had direct experience with local immigration issues and their respective challenges.
Sabine is from Germany and Andy from the U.S.; they were married in 2014 and spent nearly a year in Europe while they went through the U.S. “green card” petition process for permanent residency status for Sabine. When Sabine’s petition was finally granted, the couple settled in Colorado.
By coincidence, Sabine landed a position in an immigration law office. Working there for just a few months, Sabine quickly realized the extreme complexity of U.S. immigration law. She would frequently discuss with Andy her frustration over her client’s confusion of the process, the lack of communication by many lawyers to their clients, and general information as to what Immigrants should need to know. After extensive research for a book that could help immigrants, Andy and Sabine realized there was nothing on the market.
Over the next two years, Andy and Sabine extensively researched the subject of immigration. After countless re-writes and edits, they published Survival Guide for the Undocumented Immigrant.
Andy and Sabine are not open-border advocates; they do support sensible immigration reform that is good for America and Immigrants. Sabine's passion for immigration stems from her life growing up in post WWII Germany and experiencing the lessons learned from a time when racial fear ruled her country. Andy sees the key to a healthy growing economy is an available, capable workforce with all backgrounds, and that deporting 11+ million people will be catastrophic to the country.
Andy Wiesemeyer-Kruse is a 30-year veteran to the energy industry and specializes in public policy. He continues to work in the energy sector developing international markets. He has worked in and with over 70 countries and has a deep understanding of different cultures.
Sabine Wiesemeyer is also from the energy sector specializes in language and cultural communications. She is fluent in German, English and Spanish with a Language degree from University of Salamanca in Spain. Since her childhood she has traveled the world, met other cultures and many of her friends in Germany were/are immigrants themselves.