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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.

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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

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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

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Let's face it, most people are burdened with high balances on credit cards and high interest rates. Not matter how much you seem to pay and how often, your balances never seem to be reduced. Is there a way to legally get rid of credit card debt without ruining your credit? Is there a way to get rid of credit card debt

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I am sure everybody has heard a great deal about immigration and President Trump. You may have heard the Trump administration speak about building a wall and the removal and deportation of people that are here without status (illegal). Immigration starts the deportation or removal process usually through the service of a Notice to Appear. If you live in the New York

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Do I need a lawyer to file my marriage based green card (permanent residency) application? Does it look suspicious if I file my case with a lawyer or go to an Immigration (DHS) marriage interview with a lawyer? I am asked these questions all too often. My answer is simple. YES . . . YOU SHOULD HIRE A LAWYER FOR THIS TYPE

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You fall in love . . . get married . . . file your application for a green card (permanent residency) . . . and then appear for your interview at 26 Federal Plaza, NY, NY. All of a sudden, you feel your life is turned upside down because immigration (USCIS - DHS) does not believe you entered the marriage in good

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