Semi-Annual Scholarship 2H 2019

NEWS: The 2019 2H Scholarship Contest has officially ended, and we would like to thank all the applicants who participated. The considerable number of exceptional essays that we received made choosing only one an extremely difficult decision. With that being said, we are thrilled to announce that Karla M. Davis is the winner of the 2019 2H Scholarship Contest. Karla is currently a law student and co-president of the Latinx Law Student Association at the University of Washington School of Law. Please click here to read her inspirational essay.

North America Immigration Law Group (WeGreened.com) is seeking a passionate and motivated student who wishes to build his/her career in law. If you think this applies to you, then you are at the right platform because we are happy to assist you in achieving your academic goals with the field of law. We wholeheartedly believe in the need for a quality education in a student’s life and that this education is an important factor in determining the success of a student. With soaring education expenses, getting a quality education is not a cakewalk anymore. Considering these factors, we want to lend a helping hand to enthusiastic students who are resolute about their career goals. We are offering a $2000 semi-annual scholarship to a deserving candidate who can demonstrate his/her outstanding skills within the field of law. Interested students will have the opportunity to earn this scholarship simply by writing an essay of 800-1000 words. We will select the best essay and award that applicant with the scholarship.

Sounds great. Right?

To learn more about the scholarship, continue reading this article.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Must be a student enrolled in an accredited national university, law school, or liberal arts college within the U.S.
  • Must be a liberal arts college student or a law school student
  • Minimum G.P.A. requirement is 3.0
  • Should be a full time student in the fall of 2019

How to Apply?

All you need to do to qualify for this scholarship is write an essay! Yes, you read that correctly. Just one essay. You can write your essay on one of the topics listed below:

  1. What are your views on the changes made in immigration laws? Do you think immigrants create or take away jobs in our country?
  2. Are you interested in studying immigration law? Why/Why not?
  3. Do you agree with the idea of revoking the Green Card Lottery program or limiting the quota for family-based immigration in order to increase the number of visas given for employment-based immigration? Please specify your reasons.

The word range for this essay is between 800 to 1000 words. Please stick strictly to this range as applications with more or less than the desired range will be disqualified.

At the top of your essay, please write down the topic you have selected for your essay. When you are ready to submit your essay, save it as a Word document or a PDF file and attach it with your email. As part of your application, please include your contact information, name, resume, and email address.

In addition, please kindly provide an unofficial transcript with your G.P.A. as proof of your enrollment within a university/college or law school. Lastly, note that the essay you write must be an original creation. It is also advisable to cite sources where required.

Copied essays will be instantly disqualified.

Where to Apply?

We will accept applications by email only to the address listed below:


Application Submission Date:

All applicants must submit their application by 11/30/2019. There will be no exceptions, and any application received after the submission date will not be considered.


The winner’s name will be announced on 12/18/2019.

Kindly note that by applying for this scholarship, you give our law firm permission to share your essay on our website and any related advertisement platform.