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Upcoming Immigration Changes Providing a Path to Citizenship

On January 20, 2021, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 47th President of the United States – and on his first day in office, he is setting his eyes on Immigration Reform – with a sweeping plan to put 11 million immigrants on the path to United States’ citizenship.  WHO IS INCLUDED:  Those present in the United States…

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Am I Able to Get a Green Card if I Have a Criminal Record?

If you’re considering applying for permanent legal residency in the United States, but you have prior criminal convictions in the U.S., you may be wondering whether your record makes you ineligible for a green card.  While most misdemeanors are not an automatic bar to being granted permanent residency in the U.S., convictions for certain offenses can result in your application…

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How Do I Get Permanent Residency in the United States?

Many people seeking to move to the U.S. look to apply for permanent legal residency, which allows a foreign national to live and work in the U.S. with no restrictions. Acquiring permanent lawful residency can be extremely difficult or less so, depending on a foreign national applicant’s individual circumstances. What is Permanent Residency? Permanent residency, often popularly called a “green…

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15 Common Defenses to Deportation

If you or a loved one find yourself facing deportation proceedings, you may have several potential legal defenses and options to delay or even avoid deportation. A knowledgeable immigration attorney can review the details of your case and go over your legal options for delaying deportation and potentially securing lawful presence or lawful status. Read more: Important Factors That Could…

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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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