Punishment law changes, possible reform, boosts media support

2013 is shaping up to be a year in which many changes will be made to the immigration system in the United States. In one week, on March 4, a change to the penalty law will finally go into effect, which will benefit undocumented parents, spouses and unmarried children under the age of 21 of U.S. citizens, allowing them to apply for an provisional pardon to the law of punishment within the United States.

There is also a lot of talk about immigration reform and what it will consist of. The possible immigration reform and the punishment law has generated many questions and has prompted the community to seek answers.

MundoFox 22 in Los Angeles and the Consulates General of El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico organized an immigration forum last Thursday to provide legal assistance to hundreds of people. I was one of the volunteer attorneys who provided free legal advice.

In the last week, I have been interviewed about it and here are the videos of my participation in CNN Latino and MundoFox 22: