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An American visa

Authorization of entry into the United States granted to a noncitizen by the United States Immigration department, USCIS (The Bureau if U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) to legally enter the country and temporarily travel between its…
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Deportation

Deportation is not a severe punishment from the immigration judge. The noncitizen or illegal immigrant is removed from the United States. They are being forced to leave against their will. It is different from extradition, exile, and exclusion.…
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Deportation

Immigration, an important and controversial topic that is circulating around in our culture today. It causes overpopulation, people lose their jobs, and the economy starts to deteriorate. So what can be done? The easiest solution that everyone…
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How to File H-1B from a Private Employer’s Perspective

As the national unemployment rate of the United States dropped to 4.6% in November 2016 (source: Bureau of Labor Statistics), the talent war grows more and more severe across companies and industries. Therefore, filling H-1B for talented individual…
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Obtaining a Visa

Whether it is to obtain an answer to a specific type of question, undergoing deportation proceedings, there are a multitude of reasons why securing the services of a professional attorney specializing in immigration law is paramount to getting…
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A diverse city with people from all over the world

I was born in Minneapolis Minnesota. I grew up with the same opportunities as my white and black peers. However, my parents did not have the same opportunities. They had to flee their homes in order to give me a life they once imagined for themselves.…
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The Word Nobody Wants to Use

"...that’s deportation,” said Tim Murphy, U.S. Representative. Deportation, a fancy name for removal, is the act and process of formally removing foreign nationals from one country and returning them to their country of origin. Our new president,…

U.S. Supreme Court Considers When a Crime is a Deportable Offense

Atlanta, GA-Immigration laws in the U.S. can be somewhat murky when it comes to the rights of non-citizen immigrants and the government’s deportation powers. A case before the U.S. Supreme Court will deal with the issue of immigrants with…
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Lawyer Up or Deport

Back in the days of the Wild West, people would come across the border without any issues or regulations in order to search for gold in the Gold Rush. The Rio Grande would prevent some from crossing the treacherous terrain but most of them would…
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Our History has been affected by Immigration Policies

The guidance and support of an immigration attorney ensured that my family had legal status in the United States. My grandmother, on my mother’s side, Elva Misquiz Zuniga, came to the United States as a Mexican immigrant trying to escape the…
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The Importance of Having an Immigration Lawyer

When trying to immigrate to the United States, immigrants may feel that they cannot afford an immigration lawyer so they try to immigrate on their own or with someone who is not a lawyer. Paying for someone who is not a certified immigration…
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Millions of People Migrate

While the majority of these people are migrating for business, tourist or relocation purposes, many of the people are moving in and out of the country illegally. In order to legally move into the country, the immigrant needs to have in their…
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Deportation

The term deportation refers to the act of the federal government formally evicting an alien for violating any of the immigration laws or conditions in place. Deportation is also a considerably meticulous legal process, and it requires court…
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Opportunity Through a Visa

In the land where opportunities thrive and freedoms reigns, numerous people from outside countries vye at a chance to settle in this homeland of the free. Legally, there are ways to enter the United States on both permanent and temporary stay.…