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Asylum Application at Fed Plaza

Posted on July 29, 2014

How to Find the "Best Immigration Lawyer" for your Asylum Application or Case at in New York City So, the other day our office received a call from an individual that had an inquisitive question about finding a lawyer to represent him with his asylum case scheduled to be heard at the Immigration Court at 26 Federal Plaza, New York City.  His

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If a loved one has ever been arrested or had a criminal case, or perhaps even a criminal record, that loved one usually feels that a heavy weight has been lifted off their shoulders  when that case is finally over. However, at some point that prior criminal case can come back to haunt the person.  Almost every other day, my office receives calls

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Immigration Interview

Posted on May 16, 2014

Immigration Marriage Related Interview at 26 Federal Plaza, New York City In general, there are two marriage related interviews that are ordinarily scheduled at 26 Federal Plaza, New York City by Immigration - DHS. When a married couple files a family petition (also known as an I-130 application) in conjunction with a green card application, the couple is generally scheduled for an

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What happens if someone is married to a green card holder (permanent resident) or a U.S. Citizen and the marriage deteriorates or falls apart before the other person obtains a green card or adjusts their status? Family sponsored immigration forms a great part of the immigration process. When people enter into marriage certainly the hope is that the marriage lasts forever. "Until death do us part

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Many people assume that only individuals with large investments can get an Investor E2 Visa. This is simply wrong. In fact, I would say about 90 percent of our office's Investor E2 Visas are for small business. So, the simple answer is that you can get an E2 Investor Visa for a Small Business. As such, the actual investment also does not have to be

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Many individuals contact my office in some major distress because they received a "Notice to Appear" at the Executive Office for Immigration Review (also known as the Immigration Court). Most are unaware of the Immigration Court process and the various agencies involved when an individual receives this type of notice. For example, it is quite common that various agencies within the Department

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Our office is contacted quite often by family members whose loved ones were arrested by police for a criminal offense. The issue of a detainer usually arises when a non-U.S. citizen is the defendant in the criminal case. Although the criminal court may decide to grant bail, often times Immigration through the Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) will issue a "detainer", which is

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