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Since election day there was been buzz about what this means for immigration law. Donald Trump has made known what he plans to do with immigration law and for those who are not citizens or undocumented, the future may be unclear.
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| Categories: Immigration, Naturlization | Tags: immigration law, naturalization, donald trump | View Count: (499)
In 2010, the court held in Padilla v. Kentucky that counsel’s failure to advise a criminal defendant of the deportation consequences of a guilty plea constitutes ineffective assistance of counsel.
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Taking the English Test

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When you apply for naturalization you must pass an English and Civics Test. But for certain people there are exemptions.
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How to get a green card through another green card holder/legal permanent resident.
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A person who has a green card has legal permanent resident status. If you are a legal permanent resident or LPR, that means that you can potentially apply for citizenship after a certain period of time. But how do you get a green card?
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| Categories: Immigration, Green Card, Visa | Tags: visa, green card, lpr, legal permanent resident, immigration, us citizen | View Count: (524)

Immigration Law + Criminal Law = ?

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If you are NOT a US citizen, there is ALWAYS a chance that you can be deported! Being a legal permanent resident for 20 years or more does not protect you from deportation, IF you commit a crime!
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| Categories: Immigration, Naturlization, Deportation, Criminal Law, Felony | Tags: | View Count: (557)
It may seem like common sense to dress appropriately for a court appearance, but many individuals really need to take a second look in the mirror before setting foot in court.
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| Categories: General, Civil Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Immigration, Traffic | Tags: court room attire | View Count: (640)

The “90-Day Fiancee” Visa

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There is a show called ’90 Day Fiancee,’ where people fall in love with people abroad, propose, and their fiancées come into the U.S. with a K-1 visa. The K-1 visa allows the non-U.S. citizen to enter the United States, but they must get married within 90 days after they enter the U.S.
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| Categories: Immigration, Visa | Tags: visa, k-1 visa, k-2visa | View Count: (566)


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Naturalization is the process of a person becoming a United States Citizen. There are certain requirements that need to be met in order to naturalize:
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