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Recent Changes to the Infopass Program

Effective March 18, 2019, changes were implemented with the InfoPass program in the Miami district. InfoPass is a free online service that allows you to schedule an appointment with a USCIS immigration officer. Prior to the changes, you were able to go online at any time to schedule your appointment instead of requesting it in [ Read More… ]

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Changes in the Immigration Policy Effect Immigrants in 2019

Changes are on the horizon for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations and procedures that affect immigrants who entered the United States legally, particularly pertaining to deportations. While some of the new rules make things more difficult for immigrants, others can ease in terms of obtaining immigration benefits such as green cards or permanent [ Read More… ]

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USCIS Online Applications

Submitting an application for United States citizenship just got a little easier! United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced that applicants can now complete and file the following forms online – Form N-600 (Application for Certificate of Citizenship) and Form N-600K (Application for Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322). Learn more [ Read More… ]

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Denied I-751 Applications

Married couples that have been granted a conditional green card will need to apply for the Form I-751 (Petition to Remove the Conditions of Residence) within 90 days of the expiration date of their two-year conditional period. Filing for the I-751 helps U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) determine the validity of the marriage. A [ Read More… ]

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The Dangers of Hiring a Notary for Your Immigration Case

Notary public or an immigration attorney? When it comes to your immigration case you need to be careful about whom you trust to ensure your paperwork is prepared and filed correctly, but also who can properly represent you in court. At Hubbs Law Firm in Miami, we know that notary scams, targeted at immigration cases, [ Read More… ]

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Temporary Protected Status

Recently, the Department of Homeland Security announced it’s decision to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 4 countries: Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti, and El Salvador. However, a federal judge in California issued a ruling in the case of Ramos v. Nielson, which effectively blocks the administration’s efforts to end TPS for over 300,000 immigrant. The Court [ Read More… ]

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Immigrants Being Detained At Marriage Interviews (And What You Can Do)

What should be a seemingly routine marriage interview is turning into a nightmare for some families that are seeking a green card through the I-130 petition. This petition allows a U.S. citizen to apply for legal permanent residency for an immediate relative. If the family member is a spouse, the couple must sit for a [ Read More… ]

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What To Do If Your Spouse Is Arrested By ICE

When your spouse has been arrested by ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) it can be an overwhelming time filled with fear and confusion. It is important to act quickly and find out where he or she will be detained.  Ultimately, it can take years for a final order of removal to be issued.  But [ Read More… ]

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The Top Reasons You May Receive A Deportation

There are more than 50 reasons the United States government can deport someone. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the primary agency in charge of enforcement. ICE can deport anyone that is here unlawfully, lawfully (by visa), or even those who have green cards and are legal permanent residents. The Immigration and Nationality [ Read More… ]

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DHS Terminates TPS for El Salvador

On January 8, 2018, the Department of Homeland Security made the decision to end TPS, or Temporary Protected Status, for citizens of El Salvador.  The termination date was delayed until September 9, 2019 for the purpose of allowing immigrants an orderly transition back to their home country.  USCIS will provide updates in the future for [ Read More… ]

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