Obtaining A Green Card After Being Abused

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30th Mar 2017

By Atty. Devin M. Connolly   Perhaps the most common way for a person to be granted permanent resident status (Green card) is through marriage to a U.S. citizen.  But what happens when the U.S. citizen spouse is physically or verbally … more

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The Importance Of An Immigration Attorney

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23rd Mar 2017

By Attorney Devin M. Connolly There are countless numbers of people who dream about lawfully living and working in the United States.  Making this dream a reality is a possibility for many of them, but only if they are able … more

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Working In The U.S. With An H-1B Visa

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17th Mar 2017

By Attorney Devin M. Connolly  President Trump has made a lot of statements regarding immigration reform. His comments about building a wall on the U.S.’ southern border have probably grabbed the most headlines, but he has also spoken about revamping … more

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Don’t Become a Victim! The Rise of Immigration Scams During Periods of Uncertainty in Immigration Policy

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9th Mar 2017

By Atty. Brittany M. Milliasseau In this time of rapidly changing immigration directives and uncertainty regarding the immigration policies of the Trump Administration, noncitizens and their family members are desperately seeking answers and looking for solutions to their immigration issues. … more

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Keeping Your Place in Line: Challenging Unlawful Termination of Visa Petitions

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3rd Mar 2017

By Attorneys Ben Loveman & Nancy E. Miller This week we take a break from our recent focus on the new policies of the Trump Administration to look at a problem that has plagued thousands of would-be immigrants for decades. … more

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