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Waivers for Immigration

Posted on September 24, 2018

There are some individuals that may not qualify for a green card (permanent residency) because of an inadmissibility issue. This may be due to a violation of status, criminal arrest history, criminal conviction, lying, fraud and misrepresentation and many more. Did you receive a denial from Immigration (DHS) USCIS and now you need to file for a waiver (I601) or a provisional

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Seeking Asylum Protection

Posted on September 17, 2018

What can one do if afraid to go back to their home country due to fear of persecution. One can seek asylum protection and file an application for asylum with Immigration-DHS-USCIS. If you live in New York City -NYC (Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island) or Long Island, you will likely be called in for an asylum interview at the Asylum Office

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Filing for Bankruptcy - Chapter 7

Posted on September 17, 2018

So, you are overcome with credit card debt. Your income is barely enough to pay your rent, utilities and put food on the table. You have heard that filing for bankruptcy will ruin your financial future. True? Dead wrong!!!! The banks and financial institutions would like you to believe that. That is just not the case. Bankruptcy will not kill your financial

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The denial states that you have 30 days to appeal, file a motion to reopen, motion to reconsider...What can you do? Dont ignore it. If you filed an application and it was denied, take action immediately and evaluate your options. There may be options available that may not available after the 30 days period. In some cases, there may be other options

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In some cases now, you may now be eligible to have your case reopened. Yes. you can do something about your deportation. Due to a U.S. Supreme Court Decision on June 21, 2018, countless people who are in removal or deportation proceedings, or with orders of deportation by Immigration Court may now be eligible to have their cases reconsidered or perhaps reopened.

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You received a Notice to Appear from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that states that you are in removal proceedings under section 240 of the Immigration and Nationality Act. What do you do? Before I get into that, let's discuss what you should not do . . . Do not fail to appear. Appear at the address specified in the Notice

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It is no secret that the Trump Administration has a tough view on immigration. More than ever, Immigration Agency has started targeting immigrants with criminal charges and or criminal convictions. It is very important that an immigrant who was arrested and has criminal court charges or has a criminal consult an immigration lawyer. This is true even in NYC. The Department of

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