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Can I Be Deported If I’m Charged with a Crime in NJ?

If you are not a U.S. citizen, when you are arrested for a crime, one of your primary concerns may be whether a conviction will result in your deportation. Your deportation for a criminal conviction will depend on your immigration status and on the type of crime for which you have been convicted.  If you are an immigrant and have…

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How to Seek Legal Asylum in the U.S.

Extreme weather events, war and terrorism are all fueling the biggest wave of immigration in history. Millions of global citizens are being forced to leave their homes and move elsewhere. For many, the United States provides the ideal landing point. Are you and your family considering seeking asylum in the U.S.? If so, then you may be wondering how to…

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Important Factors That Could Impact Your Immigration Case

Immigration Law: Overview United States immigration laws are complex and confusing. Knowing a little bit about what factors affect the immigration procedure can go a long way in helping a non-citizen feel a little more comfortable about the entire process. Historically, U.S. immigration law has placed a strong emphasis on three goals: the reunification of families, welcoming a high-skilled workforce,…

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How Do I Qualify For Asylum in New Jersey?

What is an Asylum? If you’re an immigrant who is already in the United States and you fear returning to your country of origin due to the likelihood of persecution, you may qualify for asylum. Asylum is a form of legal protection for those who wish to remain in the U.S. and not be deported because that may endanger their…

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Citizenship & Crime: Can I Be Deported If I Have A Problem With The Law?

Deportable Crimes If you are a non-citizen living in America, you may worry that trouble with law enforcement could result in a deportation. According to the Department of Homeland Security, a person convicted of a “deportable crime” can be expelled from the United States and barred from re-entering for a specified number of years. Here is a short guide to…

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