Blog

Is Immigration ICE after you or a loved one? What are your rights? Let's remember one thing about our beautiful country and the United States Constitution. Yes, it is this constitution that the President swears to uphold. Is also the same constitution for which our brave soldiers have made the ultimate sacrifice. I will answer just a few questions that many people

Read more

By now, everyone has likely heard about the investigation of a hate hate crime in El Paso, Texas where someone allegedly killed over 20 people. Investigators claim that right before the shooting, the alleged shooter posted an anti- Immigration article that blamed Immigration for taking away jobs in the U.S. Is there any rational basis for the belief that undocumented individuals take

Read more

Immigration Enforcement

Posted on July 23, 2019

I'm sure by now, many have heard widespread news coverage of the Trump administration's immigration enforcement efforts. There have been immigration raids throughout many cities. If Immigration agents (Immigration Customs Enforcement) (DHS) show up at your door, what can you do? Will you be "deported"? What happens when Immigration takes away a loved one? Many of these questions are often asked. As

Read more

So you received a denial from DHS/USCIS/Immigration of your application for a visa, greencard, removal of conditions on greencard (I-751; Application on a marriage based case after receiving your 2 year greencard), naturalization/citizenship? What's next for you? Well, if this question was asked to me a few years ago, I would have likely been comfortable stating that immigration (deportation) enforcement does not

Read more

In today's climate, immigration enforcement of individuals with criminal convictions is at an all time high. Whether you live in New York City (Brooklyn, Staten Island, Bronx, Manhattan or Queens) or New Jersey, you will see stepped up immigration enforcement. Take no comfort in the fact that immigration (DHS) has not reached out to you for a convictions perhaps 20 years old.

Read more

Asylum Transferred to Immigration Court

Posted on December 4, 2018

You filed a case for asylum and you appeared for your asylum interview. Although you seemed optimistic about the results, when you picked up your decision, you found out that your case was transferred to immigration court. When a case is transferred to immigration court, a person receives a Notice to Appear (NTA). DHS will issue a Notice to Appear and if

Read more

What do you do when this happens? Many people are panicked because immigration officers/ICE/DHS/Immigration Police do not give family members any information. It is no secret that the Trump administration is stepping up all immigration enforcement and deportation efforts. Many people without any status are being arrested in New York City (Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, New York), Long Island, Yonkers and

Read more

preview page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 next page