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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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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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What to do if Stopped or Arrested by ICE

What Should I Do if I am Stopped or Arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Under the Obama Administration, more people were arrested and deported than any other United States President until now. Under the Trump Administration, immigration arrests are up 39% with over 65,000 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests currently in 2017. [ Read More… ]

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Immigration Detentions at the Miami International Airport

Immigration Detentions at the Miami International Airport (MIA) On January 27, 2017, President Trump signed an executive action that will have a significant impact on non-U.S. citizens who are traveling through ports of entry in the United States.  The most common port of entry is the airport. After signing the executive action, many legal permanent [ Read More… ]

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