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One of the most feared aspects of the adjustment of status process based on marriage is the dreaded interview with a United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officer.
There is even more irony in this fact when we realize just how unjustifiably hostile U.S. immigration law is to Latino “immigrants” to the U.S.
DHS has issued a formal policy memorandum outlining immigration benefits available to the family members of military personnel and veterans
Scam artists have been targeting immigration lawyers with fake investment checks
Unauthorized immigrant denied admission to Florida Bar
Undocumented children brought to the country through no fault of theirs have been given reprieve from deportation by USCIS if they satisfy certain eligibility requirements. This reprieve does not confer legal status as Dreamers still do not have permanent residency status or pathway to citizenship.
Small amount of marijuana possession or drug use for recreational purposes by a noncitizen should not be enough to deport the individual from the United States
Each year, approximately 150,000 immigrants will be issued an employment-based green card.
A DUI conviction can have extremely broad and far reaching immigration ramifications on an individual. A DUI conviction can cause exclusion to the United States, deportability, and denial or delay of naturalization rights.
Immigrating to the United States is a complex process, layered in ways you may not even fully understand.