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Immigration Consequences of a Drug Offense

A drug offense can severely impact one’s immigration status. If an individual is a non-citizen and is charged or convicted of a drug related crime, they may be facing serious consequences to their ability to stay in the United States. Upon facing criminal charges, it...

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Advance Parole While Adjusting Status

This blog discusses the topic of advance parole while adjusting status. In some of our earlier entries, we have discussed the adjustment of status process and we have also discussed the topic of advance parole. Advance Parole refers to a special type of travel...

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Migrant Protection Protocols

Our 100th Blog will discuss Migrant Protection Protocols. On January 24, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security’s Secretary, Kirstjen M. Nielson, released the following statement in furtherance of the Trump administration’s immigration policies, “We have...

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Red Flags for Naturalization

Red flags for Naturalization - In one of our previous posts about naturalization, we discussed the process, how long you must wait to become a naturalized citizen, and processing times. The purpose of this entry to point out some of the “red flags” which an applicant...

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How Does Divorce Impact a Conditional Resident?

How Does Divorce Impact a Conditional Resident? - In one of our earlier entries, we discussed how to remove conditions on a conditional green carddue to marriage, who is eligible to apply for this process and how the process is initiated. In today’s entry, we will be...

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Returning Resident Visa

Returning Resident Visa - In one of our earlier posts, we discussed what a reentry permit is and why it is needed for apermanent resident to travel outside of the United States if they plan to take a trip outside of the country for greater than one year. What happens...

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Preserving Residence for Naturalization

Preserving Residence for naturalization - In some of our earlier entries, we have discussed naturalization and the conditions of continuous residence and physical presence, which must be met before an individual becomes eligible for naturalization. Sometimes, a...

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Unlawful Presence for DACA Recipient

In one of our earlier entries, we discussed what the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is about, how it works, and who is eligible to apply for relief under the program. In today’s entry, we will be discussing the topic of unlawful presence and the...

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