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Everything You Need to Know About Deportation
Everything You Need to Know About Deportation

Both documented and undocumented immigrants in the United States can be at risk of deportation. Being placed in removal proceedings can be a frightening scenario for both you and your family. If you are facing deportation, it’s essential to understand your rights and the ...

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Blog posts in Adjustment of Status

  • What Are My Rights When it Comes to Deportation?

    Whether documented or undocumented, many immigrants are unaware of their rights in the United States when it comes to deportation. When faced with ...

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  • Understanding Section 245(k) & Adjustment of Status

    What Is an Adjustment of Status? The process for applying for legal permanent residency, or a “green card,” in the United States is called “ ...

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  • How Adjustment of Status Can Save You From Deportation

    Learning that you have been placed in removal proceedings can leave you feeling scared and unsure about your future here in the U.S. However, ...

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  • USCIS Expands Policy on Initiating Removal Proceedings

    United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a new Notice to Appear (NTA) policy memorandum on June 28, 2018, which provides ...

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  • How Do I Win a Deportation Case?

    Many immigrants, whether documented or undocumented, may be under the assumption that if the U.S. government wants to deport someone, there isn’t ...

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  • How do I Get a Green Card Through Marriage?

    Congratulations on your marriage! It’s one of the happiest occasions in life. While you may still be celebrating your nuptials, there are some things ...

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  • Changing from R-1 to EB-4

    R-1 visas are issued to people who enter the U.S. temporarily to work as ministers or in another religious vocation. They need to be employed by ...

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  • What is Pending Asylee Status?

    Who Are Asylum Seekers? Asylum seekers are people present in the U.S. or at a port of entry and unable or unwilling to return to the country they left ...

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  • What is "Extreme Hardship" for Immigration Purposes?

    Because “extreme hardship” isn’t defined in the legal code, its meaning is interpreted based on the decisions made in Board and Federal courts. ...

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