Tips For Applying For A Green Card For Your Child

3 February 2019
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If you are a United States citizen and would like to apply for a green card for a son or daughter that is living in another country and that is not a citizen of the United States, there are certain steps that you will need to take. Of course, helping your son or daughter get a green card might be very important to you so that your entire family can be together. Read More 

Avoiding Deportation By Proving You Entered Your Marriage In Good Faith

8 June 2017
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When a citizen divorces a non-citizen, it's not unusual for them to list bad faith as one of the reasons for the divorce. What the person is essentially stating when they use this reason is the non-citizen only married him or her for a green card. Although this may not be true, having this on an official record can hurt your chances for permanent resident status and may result in your application for citizenship being denied. Read More 

Learn How To Get Help For A Loved One Who Is Facing Deportation

12 May 2017
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Has your loved one recently been detained? You may be concerned that he or she will be deported because that person is not a citizen of the United States. Although some people do get deported back to their homeland, there is a way to get help and possibly prevent that from happening. It is important to contact an immigration lawyer to represent your loved one. What Does the Immigration Lawyer Do? Read More 

Laws Are Going To Be Changing, See An Immigration Lawyer Now

1 December 2016
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If you are in need of adjusting your immigration status, now is the time to see an attorney about making it happen. When the new president takes office, laws may change that can affect your ability to change status or stay in this country. While nothing is set in stone just yet, it would not be a good idea to wait until they do. It could mean you have to leave your home and family. Read More