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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 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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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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Legal Consequences on Cuban Immigrants After the End of “Wet Foot, Dry Foot”

On January 12, 2017, President Barack Obama ended the United States longstanding policy “wet foot, dry foot” regarding Cuban citizens. “Wet foot, dry foot” was a policy that resulted from a 1995 revision to the Cuban Adjustment Act that allowed for Cuban citizens to obtain legal permanent resident status after a year despite an illegal [ Read More… ]

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How will ICE policy change under Donald Trump?

There were more deportations under the Obama administration than any other U.S. president. Could there be more during the Trump administration? If President Trump’s promises of mass deportations during his campaign are any indication, then that could be a possibility. In the most recent study in 2012, the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) estimates that [ Read More… ]

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Supreme Court Blocks President Obama’s Immigration Reform (DAPA and DACA)

On Wednesday, June 22, 2016, in a 4-4 decision the United States Supreme Court effectively blocked the deferred action immigration reform, commonly referred to as DACA and DAPA. According to reports the deferred action programs would have allowed an estimated 4 million undocumented individuals reside and work legally in the United States. What is Deferred [ Read More… ]

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