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  • USCIS Expands Policy on Initiating Removal Proceedings
    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 updated guidance on when the USCIS Form I-862, Notice ...

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  • How Do I Win a Deportation Case?
    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 anything that can be done about it. However, the truth ...

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  • Asylum: The One-Year Application Rule and the Exceptions
    Asylum: The One-Year Application Rule and the Exceptions

    Have you arrived in the United States within the last year and not applied for asylum? If you have not applied for asylum yet, please note that the failure to apply within a year can lead to complex ...

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  • What is Pending Asylee Status?
    What is Pending Asylee Status?

    One of the most common misconception is that a person who came to the United States in some legal status (let’s say J1, F1 or B) can create a bridge in his/her legal status with an asylum application ...

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  • Travel Ban General Overview
    Travel Ban General Overview

    Late 2017, the Trump administration revised the visa process to make it easier to deport U.S. residents or deny entry to people visiting the U.S. The Muslim travel ban now allows the government to ...

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  • Twin problems: How Pending Criminal Charges and Non-Citizenship Status Present Removability Problems, But Also Opportunities
    Twin problems: How Pending Criminal Charges and Non-Citizenship Status Present Removability Problems, But Also Opportunities

    It’s frightening enough being suspected, investigated for or having been arrested for a crime. It’s doubly frightening when you’re not a US citizen, especially in a climate of intolerance, fear and ...

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