May 17th, 2018

With the major backlogs in the American immigration system, life goes on regardless of immigration status. And many noncitizens have decided to get married after finding true love. What happens when “something borrowed” is someone else’s name when the noncitizen entered into the United States? more

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May 16th, 2018

immigration law

Anybody who has applied for a Green Card understands that it can be a drawn out and often complicated process. Upon approval, some people receive what’s known as a ‘conditional’ status, which means that their Green Card is only valid … more

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May 14th, 2018

immigration lawyers

Making an immigration status change is, more often than not, a complicated process that’s made much easier with the help of qualified immigration lawyers. The process usually involves having to navigate through a number of complex interviews, background checks, and … more

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May 10th, 2018

how to find a good immigration lawyer

A good immigration lawyer can be your saving grace in a trying time, whereas a poor immigration attorney can cost you a lot of money and leave you in the same spot you started in. It’s not always easy determining … more

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May 4th, 2018

Many people are shocked that travelers with valid visas are turned away after long flights to the U.S. However, a valid visa is not a guarantee of admission. Every traveler seeking entry is subject to inspection at the point-of-entry. It is CBP’s function to determine whether the traveler’s purpose in coming to the U.S. is compatible with their visa or whether the person is inadmissible for reasons such as having an intent incompatible with their visa. Even permanent residents are subject to scrutiny and are refused admission if they have committed criminal acts or are suspected of having abandoned their status. more

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May 4th, 2018

Over 20 years ago, Congress tightened the law regarding the immigration ramifications of knowingly making a false claim to U.S. citizenship for a purpose or benefit under federal or state law. more

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April 27th, 2018

Under current immigration law, the United States government may not revoke the citizenship of a person born in the United States. However, for individuals who naturalized, there is no guarantee that United States citizenship will last forever. more

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April 25th, 2018

find a good immigration lawyer

The United States has long been declared a home to those seeking to have a prosperous life with freedoms and liberties they were once deprived of. It has become increasingly difficult, however, to obtain legal residency in the United States. … more

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April 23rd, 2018

immigration attorney

Immigrants make up approximately 13% of the total U.S. population, and while you’re not required to hire an immigration attorney when applying for a green card or immigrant visa, it can certainly work to your advantage to have a knowledgeable … more

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April 20th, 2018

The Supreme Court issued a decision on Tuesday that will potentially spare thousands of immigrants from deportation, and allow many others to seek relief that they were previously told was not available. more

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